QUEEN OF THE NORTH WALES RESORTS
2 May - Monday 4 May 2009
The parade on the Promenade
Photographs © 2009 by Lyn
Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang ....... arriving on the Promenade.
Then, all the way from France, the Wormhout Giant and his
The king of giants, sizing up the seafront hotel accommodation
steam powered baker's van - rebuilt in 1973
The fine Morris
Charabanc of 1926
Albion Charabanc of 1912
There were no
cabs to be had so these poor Vicorian holiday makers had to walk from
never walk without their piper in attendance.
immaculate Fowler 3 ton tractor "MTOTO" built 1917.
One of the
later Foden Steam Wagon's built in 1930.
Foden steam omnibus from Stoke-on-Trent - built at Sandbach Cheshire in
Garrett Showman's Tractor "Lady Sarah" built 1917
built in 1917, the massive Fowler Showman's Road Locomotive "Prince of
- MORE EXTRAVAGANCES
on the Seafront Promenade
Three Victorian Ladies enjoying the air on the Promenade at
Gavioli 89 Key Organ Built 1897 and mounted on a modern road
for transport and operation. Seats await the next performance.
The stage awaits a live performance backed by this fine organ.
A fine reproduction "theatre" organ.
The Queen of Hearts helps the Mad Hatter choose a present for her
at the RNLI gift
stall on the promenade.
Compilation by Noel
Walley - Last