Pembrokeshire Limekilns

Abercastle - the sole surviving kiln at this little harbour


Within Pembrokeshire there is ample evidence of the extensive limeburning industry that once thrived, particularly along the coast. Often now in decaying condition, there are small kilns to be found on beaches, harbours and cliffs, anywhere where small sailing vessels could land culm and lime if there was no local supply available.

Further detail is available in the book: 'Pembrokeshire Limekilns',
by Peter B. S. Davies.
Published by Merrivale in 1997.
ISBN 0 9515207 7 6

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Abercastle Abereiddi
Caerbwdi Fishguard, Musland
Fishguard, Slade Goldborough Pill
Newgale Newport, Bryncyn
Newport, Parrog Porthclais, Porthllisky
Porthclais Quay Porthgain
Pwllgwaelod Skokholm
Skomer Solva
Stackpole Quay Stepaside Kiln 1
Stepaside Kilns 2 Tenby, Blackrock Kiln House
Tenby, Blackrock Quarries, eastern block Tenby, Blackrock Quarries, western block
Tenby, Salterns  

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