In the distance are the famous cliffs at Loggerheads, at that time a Tea Garden owned by Crosville Coaches who ran regular trips from Liverpool. The Tea Gardens featured in pre war ISDT event in Wales where they were the most northerly point and served as the venue for lunch stops. The petrol pumps have long gone and there is still a petrol garage in Loggerheads despite their demise in many areas of rural Wales.
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Mike Rowlands said:
Two miles from Loggerheads and living in Mold I remember going to Loggerheads in the 1950s with mum and dad
There was a small boating pool on the site which had two seater boats powered by two stroke engines
This could have been where I got the bug for anything that had an engine !!
Still very active on two wheels and a member of the TRF (Trail Riders Fellowship)
making the most of the brilliant network of historic routes in this area
I tell anyone interested in motorcycles to look at the Speed Track Tales site Its great
Keep up the good work and all the best for 2016