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Porthgain Harbour

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Porthgain Harbour is on the north coast of Pembrokeshire, about eight miles from Saint Davids. This little village has seen a number of changes in its short history: at one time it was a fishing village, then a transit point for local slate and stone, and now, once again a fishing village, but with many visitors to its local pub, noted for its crab salad and chips. The buildings to the left of the picture are the remains of hoppers used in conjunction with stone crushers,and the building at the bottom right is s disused lime-kiln. The harbour mouth is so narrow that even the little coastal cargo boats were too large to sail in under their own power, and were warped in with capstans and ropes situated on the quays.


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