Town of Pembrey, Wales - through the eyes of a Welsh expatriot visitor
Place to stay - visitor accomodations in Pembrey
Ship Aground Inn, Ashburnham Road,
Pembrey name refers to the area's old ship wrecking days
- part of the reason the graveyards are so big.
Pembrey Inn click on the small image above for a bigger
photo, note the menu is posted outside.
Behind the pub is the embankment
- a tramway taking yet more coal to Burry Port -- well a hundred years ago.
- railway The Gwendraeth Valley Railway in its canal base - close to its terminus at Burry Port Harbour.
Over it passes the Great Western Railway line to West Wales
and the Irish Ferry at Fishguard.
Bethel Chapel - getting a makeover - probably 5 people use this on a regular basis!
This section is expanding as we more photos and commentary are being sent
by our contributing travel-writer, John Evans during his current visit to Pembrey, Wales.