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Anglesey Then & Now by Mark Youlden
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Anglesey Then & Now

by Mark Youlden

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0752463578, Hardcover)

Contrasting a selection of 45 archive images alongside full-color modern photographs, this book traces some of the changes and developments that have taken place in the Isle of Anglesey during the last century. Accompanied by detailed and informative captions, these intriguing photographs reveal changing modes of fashion and transportation, shops and businesses, houses and public buildings, and, of course, some of the local people who once lived and worked here. Anglesey Then & Now will delight all local historians and will awaken nostalgic memories for all who know this beautiful island.

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