Here, horse power is giving way to the new ‘horseless’ carriages,

Alfred Pressdee, Taxi Proprietor, shows off  his carriage and  his new motor car, 1908

A Journey from Horse Power to Horse-power . . . 
and back again

Mumbles Pier remembered

'The Pretiest Pier in the Bristol Channel', c. 1910

There were 'Dodgems' and fairground attractions on the end of the pier, 1950s

A History of Mumbles
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Royal British Legion

Oystermouth School, 1974

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Remembering The Mumbles Train

The Mumbles Railway 
The largest collection of articles on the site

The route at first was along the seashore, 
but this changed . . .

The Changing Face of Mumbles

A new article by Carol Powell

the next talk by OHA

October-there is a change to the advertised talk

The Talks Programme:

NEW-Exhibition in Oystermouth Library

The Mumbles Lifeboat Station History book

Available from: Cover to Cover bookshop in Newton Road and the RNLI shop at the Inshore Lifeboat Station near Mumbles Pier. Only £8.95 and packed with photographs!

Unfortunately, the pier is closed for repairs and we will let you know here when it re-opens. The shop is open at the Inshore Lifeboat Station instead.

Mumbles Lighthouse, Pier & Hill