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THE ATTRACTIONS OF TOWYN.

THE PROMENADE.

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THE PROMENADE. Is it a fine promt;iia,uw iuu is wantea, wnece the sea breezes may Dc; ijj.na.ea in companion^.—p mm the luxury of that lazy lounging winch is HO com- patible to many holiday-makers ? iSuuii a promenade is to be found at Towyn, and Jugno well does it deserve the popularity it finds with visitors throughout the day, and esl ecin "ty in the -ool of the summer evenings. It is not very far from half a mile in length, is 30 yards in breadth, and is exceedingly well made and comfortable, there being also no lack of seats facing the sea, which, at ordinary high tides, comes up to within a stone's throw of the substantial wall of the parade. Side by side with this ashphalted promenade runs a good broad carriage drive, as well as a rootpath, and the scene here presented on a fine summer's day is a most attractive one. The view from all parts of the parade can only be described as beautiful, and, as much in years to coma aa now, this promenade must remain as a monument to the generosity of one who has proved a benefactor to Towyn in many ways, viz., Mr. Corbett of Ynysymaengwyn, who built it in 1890 at a cost of many thousands of pounds.

THE SANDS.

BOATING, GOLF, AND TmsJNiS.

THE SCENERY.

THE ANTIQUITIES OF TOWYN.

THE DRAINAGE.

TOWYN AND ITS FUTURE.

EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES.

- TOWYN:

FISHING.

THE CHURCH.

Gii 1 IN dw U S CAVE AND ST.…

ITOWYN FROM A HEALTH POINT…

THE WATER SUPPLY.