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    "Is that the sun or the moon?" "I dunno, I'm from Port Talbot" Good old Max, I still chuckle at that line, and this thread (sadly) just typifies it even after all these years except we now have urban pollution rather than airborne pollution.


    My missus worked in the MEM factory (for a very short period!) in Holyhead a great many years ago, this might have been one of her works of... well, might have been one of hers!





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