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
The amazing array of wildlife you can discover from Fishguard and Goodwick station

The amazing array of wildlife you can discover from Fishguard and Goodwick station

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)