If I remember correctly, Craigside was the general area between the end of the
Llandudno built-up area and the top of Penrhyn Hill (translating that all into
English, it becomes "the top of the top of the hill hill").
All the track here and in Penrhyside was on a private right-of-way.
Here is a long
shot of an ex-Bournemouth car in Bodafon fields heading to Llandudno, seen
across a field of cabbages..
One of the joys of the toastracks was that you were allowed to sit alongside the
driver. Incidentally, although
there were several "stops" that had shelters, this was, I believe, the only one
that had the name written on it.
 Several of the old shelters DID have names, but many 'went missing' towards
the end - souvenirs ?
Toastrack no. 21 heading towards Llandudno, near the field of cabbages. The
Little Orme is in the background.
A tram driver seen from inside an ex-Bournemouth tram  crossing Bodafon
fields. The destination board is just visible at the driver's left: the "U" of
"LLANDUDNO" is visible, and that is on the rear of the board, so this tram is
going towards Colwyn Bay. The "original" Craigside village is ahead, and the
track swings right above the driver's right hand.
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