The bus and coach operations of White Rose together with the depots and the bus station came under the control and ownership of Crosville in May 1930. As it happens the same day that Crosville itself changed its identity again . 86 vehicles were transferred. For more information about White Rose <<LINK to White Rose>>
One further operator, who had a number of significant routes around the Denbigh area was W Edwards who traded as Red Dragon Motor Services. Crosville bought 'Red Dragon' a couple of months later and 12 vehicles transferred. This secured all of the bus workings around Denbigh. For further information on Red Dragon <<LINK to Red Dragon>>
Crosville now had almost a complete monopoly on the provision of bus services in the Rhyl, Prestatyn and Denbigh areas. They were able to build up on the foundations laid by Brookes using their former premises as their bases for a number of decades. Some 50 buses from the fleet acquired from Brookes were withdrawn within a couple of years of their acquisition but 16 of the transferred White Rose fleet survived for another 30 years.
In addition to the network of services that they had almost exclusively the company also operated tours and private hire. There was a number of other local independent coach operators that also attempted to operate day tours from the resort. In 1944 some of these independent operators worked together and formed a company Rhyl United Coachways Limited <<LINK to Rhyl United>> to counter act the main competitor. This venture was successful and it was eventually sold as a going concern to Peter Evans of Pentre Motors near Denbigh who continued with the day tour work. In 1984 the business was sold to Voel Coaches of Dyserth. However by that time the demand for day tours in Rhyl had severely declined.