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The below link takes you to a Buckley line video memory which has just been accepted and published at Peoples Collection Wales. It may be viewed here

This link is courtesy of Mr John Butler via this link 

Return of the Castle Firebrick Co. Ltd. steam powered Sentinel to Buckley

Saturday 26.8.2006

This waggon was a familiar sight around the town of Buckley in Flintshire from the date of purchase in 1937 through to its sale by the local brick making company in 1956. The visit was made by kind arrangement between owners Stuart and Chris Gray with the Buckley Society and was the first time the waggon restored to pristine condition had returned to Buckley since its sale. The visit coincided with its attendance at the Shrewsbury Steam Fair at Onslow Park. 

BBC Rewind Project

View archive footage from across the UK


Vintage News Clips / Film and Sound 

Type location in search box  for the Pathe site 

e.g. Hawarden for local footage, Gateway to Wales to see the opening of

 Queensferry Bridge in 1926

For World War 1 footage just type in World War 1


Tractor Tales at Caerwys Show 2016 


Buckley Pottery  

North East Wales Heritage Forum 


Towns and villages links 

Moel Fammau Tower Celebrations 2010  Part1 Part2

Ceramics - local link to Buckley 

(see also peoples collection Wales for the Martin Harrison collection of) Buckley pottery  

For Train enthusiasts 


Family history

Pub History

Wirral & North Wales Field Archaeology

Royal Commission on the Ancient and

Historical Monuments of Wales

Church of England History 




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