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Amlwch

Amlwch, located in northeast of Anglesey, grew rapidly during the 18th & 19th centuries due to the development of the Paris and Mona copper mines on Parys Mountain. New industry includes the Bromide works and tourism attracting vistors to local heritage sites

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Church of Our Lady Star of The Sea, Amlwch, 1947

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BETHESDA CHAPEL, AMLWCH

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Porth Amlwch, c.1860

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PARYS MOUNTAIN COPPER MINES, AMLWCH

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'Mari Post' of Amlwch, carrying her...

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cemetary, Amlwch

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church, Amlwch

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market square, Amlwch

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Mona Lodge, Amlwch

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Photograph of two women and a motorcycle

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The entrance to Amlwch harbour, Anglesea

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Watchhouse, Amlwch

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Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, Amlwch, 1952

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Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, Amlwch, 2007

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'The Octel' Bromide Works, Amlwch, 2004

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