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Nov 142013

Greatings bear lovers, so I do hope that you are all keeping well on this rather chilly nights and keeping dry on these wet days, winter weather eh, you can’t beat it, brrrrrrr!

Anyone enough of the idle chit-chat, today’s, rather small, bloggy post is more of a link over to a rather fascinating article on the Blazing Minds website about a strange place, “Little Venice Rhyl“, don’t worry, its nothing about gangsters, it’s about an underground collection of canels that the Victorians used to visit in the little Welsh town of Rhyl.

Queens Palace & Arcade

Some people think that Little Venice in Rhyl is all a myth and that it is just something that is mentioned about Rhyl just to add a little bit of mystery to Rhyl. But I’m here to tell you that it did exist in one of Rhyl’s oldest remaining Victorian buildings.

Excerpt From: Little Venice Rhyl a Mystery or Myth Underneath Queens Market?

I’m fascinated by this story of something below the shops that hasn’t been seen since 1907, it is a wonderful that that something could have been hidden for so long and that no one can get to see it.

I do hope that the owners will one day allow it to be opened and at least let historians get access to record the marvel for future generations, here’s hoping eh!

But for the time being, stop by the article and have a good read, it’s a real eye opener and don’t forget to leave a comment on your thoughts.

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  2 Responses to “A Hidden Wonder In The North Wales Town of Rhyl”

  1. I think they should open it up for people to experience, where I live in Central London just up the road from me there is also a Little Venice it is lovely there with canal boats etc look it up there is loads of photos of it.

    Hope all is well with you and thanks for stopping by 😉

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