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HISTORIC MILFORD HAVEN WATERWAY
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICE
HISTORY
RESTAURANTS
ENTRANCE
ROLLER
MEDINA
MODERN TOWN
PEMBROKE
PEMBROKESHIRE COAST NATIONAL PARK
WEST WALES
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS
WELSH COAST
NEYLAND
MARQUESS
WORLD
MILFORD
WATERWAY
BURTON
ESTUARY
PLACE
SMALL SCALE
SWANSEA
PORT TALBOT
TOWN
SOUTHERN SHORE
TENBY
PEMBROKESHIRE
HAVERFORDWEST
FISHGUARD
PEMBROKE DOCK
MILFORD HAVEN
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Definitions

  1. Milford Haven is a meadowland course, which was originally 9holes but is now 18 holes. (Web site)
  2. Milford Haven, a major oil-importing center, has a harbor that can accommodate large modern tankers.
  3. Milford Haven is 'THE' touring centre for the whole of Pembrokeshire.
  4. Milford Haven is becoming, if not already regarded as one of the best Shark venues in the UK at present. (Web site)

Historic Milford Haven Waterway

  1. Departing from Neyland Marina at 10.30 for a leisurely cruise along the Cleddau River, including a talk explaining the historic Milford Haven Waterway.

Construction

  1. At first, he was assigned to the construction of fortifications in defence of Milford Haven.

Service

  1. This service is extended to Milford Haven every two hours. (Web site)

History

  1. The former library in Milford Haven has begun a new chapter in its history and is now providing residents with a different kind of service.

Restaurants

  1. On the outskirts of Milford Haven within walking distance of the Marina, museum, restaurants, shops, theatre and first class leisure centre.

Entrance

  1. Its spectacular location near the entrance to Milford Haven provides it with easy access to a wide variety of superb seashores. (Web site)

Roller

  1. One current theory speculates that the stones were dragged by roller and sledge from the inland Preseli Hills to the sea at Milford Haven. (Web site)

Medina

  1. His elder son, George Mountbatten, who received the courtesy title Earl of Medina, succeeded him as 2nd Marquess of Milford Haven in 1921.

Modern Town

  1. Pill was a large and important manor, encompassing the modern town of Milford Haven. (Web site)

Pembroke

  1. Pembroke, on the south side of Milford Haven, is interesting chiefly on account of its Norman castle, the birthplace of Henry VII. (1456), now in ruins. (Web site)

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

  1. Delightful traditional Pembrokeshire single storey cottage overlooking the upper reaches of the Milford Haven in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

West Wales

  1. Simultaneously, the French landed in force at Milford Haven in west Wales. (Web site)
  2. There are also less frequent direct trains to other destinations, including via the North Wales coast to Anglesey and to Milford Haven in West Wales. (Web site)

Funeral Arrangements

  1. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Tom Newing and Sons, Milford Haven. (Web site)

Welsh Coast

  1. Wide margins, good impression on heavy paper, showing the Welsh coast at Milford Haven. (Web site)

Neyland

  1. In addition, marina facilities found at Milford Haven and Neyland cater for yachting and sailing enthusiasts. (Web site)
  2. More Info Ferry House Inn Hazelbeach between Neyland and Milford Haven A friendly village pub with extensive views of the waterway.

Marquess

  1. Her eldest sister Victoria married their father's morganatic first cousin, Prince Louis of Battenberg (later Marquess and Marchioness of Milford Haven). (Web site)

World

  1. Milford Haven, one of the deepest natural harbours in the world.

Milford

  1. The origins of naval shipbuilding on Milford Haven were in the private shipyard of Jacobs on the north side of the Haven at Milford.

Waterway

  1. It is situated on the north side of the Milford Haven Waterway, a natural harbour used as a port since the Middle Ages. (Web site)
  2. Milford Haven waterway supports important populations of the nationally scarce narrow-leaved eelgrass, known to be vulnerable to oil and dispersants. (Web site)
  3. Pembrokeshire has a unique combination of calm, clean, sheltered water in the Milford Haven Waterway and the open ocean.

Burton

  1. More Info Neyland Yacht Club Neland between Burton and Milford Haven A friendly family orientated club who offer a warm welcome to visitors.
  2. Rudders is a picturesque, family run boatyard and harbour in Burton on the Milford Haven, S.W. Wales. (Web site)
  3. More Info Cleddau Cruises Neyland between Milford Haven and Burton Enjoy a leisurely cruise along the tranquil upper reaches of the beautiful Cleddau River.

Estuary

  1. Dale is a small village in Pembrokeshire, Wales, located on the Dale Peninsula which forms the north side of the entrance to Milford Haven estuary. (Web site)
  2. Pembrokeshire also has a significant industrial sector, centred on the Milford Haven estuary in the south.
  3. Elsewhere it follows gentler shorelines, including the outer reaches of the Milford Haven estuary, one of the finest natural harbours in the world. (Web site)

Place

  1. The former large fishing industry around Milford Haven is now greatly reduced, although limited commercial fishing still takes place.

Small Scale

  1. Some fishing takes place on a small scale although most activity in the county occurs in Milford Haven.
  2. Some fishing takes place on a small scale although most activity is centered around Milford Haven.

Swansea

  1. They have responsibility for the South Wales area from Newport across Cardiff, Swansea and as far West as Milford Haven.
  2. Travel By Train The nearest railway station is Haverfordwest, which is served by trains between Swansea and Milford Haven.

Port Talbot

  1. Port Talbot would eventually become the biggest exporting port in Glamorgan, and the second largest in Wales, only surpassed by Milford Haven. (Web site)
  2. This area has large steelworks (Port Talbot), oil refineries (Milford Haven), tinplate and copper foundries, and the once-rich S Wales coal fields. (Web site)

Town

  1. The Belhaven House Hotel is at the centre of Milford Haven (town) which itself lies on the north shore of the Milford Haven Waterway.
  2. Since 1960, when three major oil refineries located there, the town of Milford Haven has been one of Europe's leading oil ports.
  3. A glance at the History of the Town will help both visitor and local alike, to understand what has made Milford Haven, the Town it is today.

Southern Shore

  1. The worst affected areas were West Angle Bay to Linney Head, western Carmarthen Bay and the southern shore of Milford Haven waterway. (Web site)
  2. It is situated on the Marloes Peninsula 11 km west of the port of Milford Haven and forms the westernmost tip of the southern shore of St Brides Bay. (Web site)
  3. Pembroke-Dock, sometimes called Pater, or Paterchurch, is situated on the southern shore of Milford Haven, about two miles from the old town. (Web site)

Tenby

  1. The oysters of Tenby, Caldey Island, Stackpool, &c., are remarkably large, but are deemed of inferior quality to those of Milford Haven. (Web site)

Pembrokeshire

  1. Milford Haven railway station serves the town of Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
  2. The wreckage of a suspected 4 engine Sunderland flying boat in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire is the centre of much excitement.
  3. It is also the second largest town in Pembrokeshire, after Milford Haven. (Web site)

Haverfordwest

  1. From there, there are connecting services to the rest of Wales: Carmarthen, Milford Haven and Haverfordwest.
  2. The estuary at Milford Haven meanders up the tidal river to Haverfordwest, a county town and port.
  3. Other lines proceed to Neyland and Milford Haven by way of Haverfordwest, and a branch line from Clynderwen to Goodwick joins the main- line at Letterston. (Web site)

Fishguard

  1. As the second largest town in the county, after Milford Haven, Haverfordwest is a charming little town situated midway between Tenby and Fishguard. (Web site)
  2. The inn offers easy access by road to Tenby, Fishguard and Milford Haven. (Web site)
  3. To the west of the station, the lines diverge, with one branch serving Pembroke and the other Milford Haven or Fishguard.

Pembroke Dock

  1. This gives the station a half-hourly service to Swansea for parts of the day, with two-hourly (plus peak extras) to Pembroke Dock and Milford Haven. (Web site)
  2. The main part runs from Swansea Carmarthen and Whitland, where it becomes three branches to Fishguard, Milford Haven and Pembroke Dock.
  3. The property has excellent transport links to Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock and Haverfordwest.

Milford Haven

  1. It forms an important road network hub between other towns in Pembrokeshire such as Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Fishguard and St David's.
  2. South Wales services run via Shrewsbury and the Welsh Marches Line to Cardiff Central, most of which continue onto Carmarthen or even Milford Haven.
  3. Platform 4 is the usual location for westbound Regional Express services to Swansea, Carmarthen, and beyond to Fishguard, Milford Haven or Pembroke Dock.

Categories

  1. Pembroke Dock
  2. Countries > United Kingdom > Wales > Fishguard
  3. Wales > Dyfed > Pembrokeshire > Haverfordwest
  4. United Kingdom > Wales > Dyfed > Pembrokeshire
  5. Carmarthen
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