Web
Analytics
Report - - St Catherine's Fort - Tenby - South Wales - 8/6/08 | Military Sites | 28DaysLater.co.uk

Report - St Catherine's Fort - Tenby - South Wales - 8/6/08



Speed

Got Epic?
Staff member
Moderator
#1
Such cool place yet so far away!!

Img_0216mod.jpg


IMG_0190.jpg


IMG_0208.jpg


IMG_0202.jpg


IMG_0173-1.jpg


IMG_0071.jpg


IMG_0081-2.jpg


IMG_0088.jpg


IMG_0095.jpg


IMG_0084.jpg


IMG_0097.jpg



Thanks to Silver for the help and to the local boys for being cool as ever. :thumb
 

Ordnance

Moderator
Moderator
#2
Re: Tenby Fort - South Wales - 8/6/08

Known as:

St Catherine’s Fort Tenby, Pembrokeshire - West Wales

St Catherine’s Fort lies on St Catherine’s island just off the coast of Tenby in West Wales. It was built in the 1860s to protect the Pembrokeshire coast from possible invasion by France. There are gun embrasures down both the Northern and Southern sides. It was never called to action. Sold into private ownership in 1907 but was manned during WW2 by the Home Guard, and was eventually many things since including a zoo.
 

Similar threads