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For Victorian tourists, largescale industrial activities presented an exciting spectacle worth watching, but when it came to impress royalty, it was better to do it with a bang. Gareth Huws sat down with Ports, Past and Present to talk about the history of the breakwater quarry at the foot of Holyhead Mountain and the day the town celebrated Queen Victoria’s visit with a mighty explosion.

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