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Aberffraw on a postcard from the Edwardian era Rhosneigr High Street, from an Anglesey Guide of 1970 Crowds throng the runways at an open day at RAF Valley in August 1985 Llanfaelog Young Farmers Club pictured in the early 1950s before leaving on a coach trip to Blackpool A fisherman on Maelog Lake, Rhosneigr Aberffraw football team and supporters pictured during the 1947/48 season Above: Malltraeth as seen on an old postcard, with the famous Malltraeth Cob. This mile-long dyke was built in the early 1800s and completed in 1812, to help with canalising the River Cefni and draining the Cefni Marsh, and is the subject of an old Welsh ballad to the effect that if the cob breaks the singer''s mother will drown Left: Messing about with boats at Rhoscolyn on Anglesey''s west coast. Picture by Emrys Jones, of Colwyn Bay Mrs J Strawson, Mrs J M Griffiths, Mrs A M Jones and Mrs M Jukes, four of the guides at the Central Electricity Generating Board Station at Wylfa in 1968 The Ferry Landing by the Gazelle Hotel, at Garth, near Beaumaris in 1955
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 14, 2012
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