St. Catherine's Fort, Tenby

St. Catherine's Fort in Tenby was built in 1867 to prevent Tenby being used as a bridgehead for an attack on the port of Milford Haven. It is currently derellict but has acted as a fort, private dwelling and zoo!

St. Catherine's Fort in Tenby was built in 1867 to prevent Tenby being used as a bridgehead for an attack on the port of Milford Haven. It is currently derellict but has acted as a fort, private dwelling and zoo!
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Tenby, wear and tear in a stone wall. Graden on cliff in Tenby. St. Catherine's Fort in Tenby was built in 1867 to prevent Tenby being used as a bridgehead for an attack on the port of Milford Haven. It is currently derellict but has acted as a fort, private dwelling and zoo! Tenby has had a lifeboat station since 1852, with the RNLI running it since 1854. It currently (as at 2012) has the old station (recently converted to a private residence), built in 1976 and the new  (completed 2005). Tenby
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Index PagePembrokeshire..Tenby
Date2008-05-31 19:54:59
DescriptionSt. Catherine's Fort in Tenby was built in 1867 to prevent Tenby being used as a bridgehead for an attack on the port of Milford Haven. It is currently derellict but has acted as a fort, private dwelling and zoo!
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
Copyright2008 Kenvyn Davies and Debbie Phillips
Tags 2008 Coast Coastal Town Cymru Derelict Island Nikon D300 Outdoors Pembrokeshire St Catherine's Fort UK United Kingdom Wales Wales/Cymru
CameraNikon D300
Lens18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6 
Focal Length18mm
Focal Length (35mm)27mm
Shutter Speed1/250
Aperturef/8.0
ISO Speed200

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