The film from the Conwy Archive Service shows what happened after an RAF plane crashed in Rhos on Sea Rare footage has emerged of an investigation into a plane crash in Rhos on Sea. The film, thought to date back to the 1920s, shows crowds of people on the beach as military men look at the wreckage. The fascinating clip, entitled ‘RAF aeroplane wrecked at Rhos on Sea’, belongs to Conwy Archives and provides a snapshot into times gone by. The film has no sound, but shows families – all smartly dressed with men and women in hats – looking at the plane on the seafront. The plane’s registration number is F2425.

Conwy Archive Service is based at The Old Board School, Lloyd Street, Llandudno and can be contacted on (01492) 577550.

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