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Abereiddy's past as a slate quarry and port has completely re-shaped the landscape at the northern end of the beach - but it is beautiful nonetheless, and all the more interesting for it. The watchtower which stands on the headland of Trwyncastell may have been a sort of boardroom for the quarry managers, a 'tea pagoda' for their wives, or it could have been used for guiding ships in from sea.

Abereiddy, Pembrokeshire
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