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2019 marks the centenary of the bus service                 between Ruthin and Mold This was Crosville’s first major motor bus service operating into Denbighshire and its farthest west at that time Here, we celebrate the service & its changes over the years This website illustrates the history and development of the service, how it served the villages between Ruthin and Mold and how the service extended to the larger centres of Chester and Birkenhead You can navigate this story page by page or if you are interested in particular aspects you can choose to visit the relevant page from this list of contents:
Researched and written by Peter Daniels and Ron Hughes Acknowledgements for assistance or photographs: John Carroll, Steve Conway, Denbighshire Archive Service, Flintshire Record Office, Richard Glaister, Dennis Kerrison, Roy Marshall, Don McKeown, Tony Moyes, Keith Newton, Ryan Owens, Noel Reed, Gerard Rhodes, David Rowe,          Sid Smith, Peter Thorley and John Young With the support of The Bus Archive
Home | 1919 | 20s & 30s | 40s & 50s | 60s & 70s | 80s & 90s | 2000s | Today 
1919—start of service 1919—start of service 1920s & 1930s 1920s & 1930s 1980s & 1990s 1980s & 1990s 1960s & 1970s 1960s & 1970s 1940s & 1950s 1940s & 1950s 2019—the service today 2019—the service today 2000s 2000s Loggerheads Loggerheads Facts & figures Facts & figures Operators Operators Extensions beyond Ruthin & Mold Extensions beyond Ruthin & Mold Villages served Villages served

Download 8-page celebratory brochure

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