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Pembroke Dock Snow

pembroke dock snow

This is a project I created to use slides on a web page to showcase how a presentation can be used on a website that anyone can access at any time by using a browser.  For this project, I used Pembroke Dock Town in Pembrokeshire whilst there was snow during March, something rarely seen so late during winter/spring.  Please see my project below & if you have any questions regarding this or come across any problems then please use my contact form in links provided in the menu.

Pembroke Dock Snow

Pembroke Dock was covered in snow on 2nd March 2018. It's not very often that this town is covered in snow, let alone stopping services & some types of industry around Pembroke Dock Town.
 
In fact, it's an infrequent occurrence for any snow to appear on a far reach of West Wales & settle. Pembrokeshire has had a few bouts of heavy snow in the last few years, but never this late in during a winter period especially as it is the beginnings of spring.
 
Here you will see some images from around Pembroke Dock town during the height of snow.

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Station Inn

Snow around Pembroke Dock was pretty deep compared to previous years. It was not advised to travel in a regular car & having seen four-wheel drive vehicles only on our roads; I decided to play safe and take to the streets of Pembroke Dock by foot.

The first place i visited was the Station Inn along Dimond Street. Station Inn serves as a public house on the grounds of GWR station. It is also a great chance to grab some food or a pint before departing on your journey via train, or stuck in the snow.
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Meyrick Street

Meyrick Street had been covered with a nice amount of snow. I was starting to get a bit tired here after walking like someone from the ministry of silly walks courtesy of Monty Python.
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Town Centre

Pembroke Dock Town Centre was also pretty quiet for business except for people throwing snowballs & attempts to see how far you could go on a sledge starting from the top of Lewis Street.
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Front Street

After leaving Meyrick Street, I wanted to see how Front Street looked. Front street was probably the best place for snow coverage, especially on the corner nearer to Paterchurch Court as snow would collect up a little here from wind drifts.
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Front Street

The Irish Ferry and Paterchurch Tower in view during the snow period. Neyland can also be seen in the distance with its snowy scene.
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Shipwright Inn

The Shipwright Inn, probably the oldest pub currently in Pembroke Dock & resides on the edge of Front Street. It was open, but I had to move on.

The Shipwright Inn is also a good place for food & drink.
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Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre near the Dockyard in Pembroke Dock sporting its snow livery. The Heritage Centre suits the snow nicely. When I got back and looked at this, you would for some reason be fooled into thinking that this was taken somewhere outside of Pembroke Dock.
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End of the Line

It would be safe to assume that train services were not running. Taken at the rail crossing near the top of Llanion Cottages.
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Thanks for reading.
 
If you wish to use or enquire about any of the images used or presentation then please contact me.

Thanks for reading.
 
If you wish to use or enquire about any of the images used or presentation then please contact me.

Thanks for reading.
 
If you wish to use or enquire about any of the images used or presentation then please contact me.

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