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Stone pillars, a squared one to the south and a rounded one to the north of the harbour mouth, were used as markers by boats approaching Porthgain to collect their cargoes of slate, road stone or bricks which were produced here on the Pembrokeshire coast.

Porthgain harbour mouth marker pillars
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