Pembroke Dock

Pembrokeshire

Pembroke Dock is a town in Pembrokeshire, Wales, with a population of 9,753 (2011). It is 3 miles (4.8 km) northwest of Pembroke on the banks of the River Cleddau. The Cleddau Bridge links Pembroke Dock with Neyland. Originally a small fishing village, Pembroke Dock town expanded rapidly following the construction of the Royal Navy Dockyard in 1814. It now has a ferry terminal from which ferries sail twice-daily to Rosslare in Ireland.

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Pembroke Dock Useful Information
1,100 community rail volunteers and six local partnerships poised to play a key role in the Wales’ recovery

1,100 community rail volunteers and six local partnerships poised to play a key role in the Wales’ recovery

Moving Forward Together – Regional Transport Conference

Moving Forward Together – Regional Transport Conference

Volunteers needed for Pembrokeshire station adoption

Volunteers needed for Pembrokeshire station adoption

Pretty as a Picture

Pretty as a Picture

Exciting plans afoot for Haverfordwest Railway station

Exciting plans afoot for Haverfordwest Railway station

Love This Place – Community Bunting Challenge

Love This Place – Community Bunting Challenge

The Resurrection of Fishguard and Goodwick Station (The Return of the Station Cat)

The Resurrection of Fishguard and Goodwick Station (The Return of the Station Cat)