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Listed Buildings in Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire

  1. II ,10 Front Street,,,DYFED Photos
    Situated towards middle of terraced row running east from Dockyard wall.
  2. II ,17-21,(odd) Meyrick Street,,,,
    Situated in a mixed commercial and domestic row a little uner halfway up the E side of Meyrick Street. In street block between Dimond and Bush Streets.
  3. II 27 & 27a
    Situated on corner of Commercial Row and Albion Square.
  4. II 27 Front Street Photos
    Situated in a short section of terrace over a small shipbuilding yard on S shore of Milford Haven estuary
  5. II 30 North Street
    On the south side of North Street.
  6. II* Barracks Platform
    Situated on the crest of Treowen or Barrack Hill, some 300m S of, and overlooking the Royal Dockyard.
  7. II Bethel Baptist Church including NW Schoolroom and area railings Photos
    Situated on corner of Upper Meyrick and Bush Streets.
  8. II Building Slip No 2
    Situated at NW end of dockyard, between Slip No 1 and Graving Dock.
  9. II Building Slip No 4
    Situated to east of Western Camber.
  10. II Building Slip No. 1
    Situated towards NW corner of dockyard just E of Carr Jetty.
  11. II Cambria House
    Situated at NE corner of Church Street, E of Parish Church.
  12. II Carr Jetty Photos
    Situated projecting out to N from NW end of dockyard.
  13. II Centenary Memorial Standard Lamp
    Situated on N side of A4139 opposite Albion Square CP School to south.
  14. II Church of Saint John the Evangelist Photos
    Situated on W corner of Church Street and Bush Street.
  15. II Coach-House Building to rear of 1 and 2
    Situated at S end of gardens of Nos 1 and 2 with garden wall dividing frontage.
  16. II Coach-House to rear of
    Situated at SE angle of rear garden at No 3.
  17. II* Dockyard Gates
    Situated at N end of Melville Terrace and across the main south entry to former Royal Dockyard.
  18. II Dry Dock in Yard occupied by Haven Yachts Photos
    Situated in walled yard, opposite Nos 32 to 38 Front Street.
  19. II* Dry-Moat Walls
    Situated on the crest of Treowen or Barrack Hill, some 300m S of, and overlooking the Royal Dockyard.
  20. II* Forecourt, Railings, Piers and Gates
    Situated set back in centre of mixed terraced row midway up Meyrick Street.
  21. II Former Captain Superintendent's Office
    Situated on W side of main avenue, some 60m N of entrance gates.
  22. II Former Cartridge Magazine and surrounding wall
    Situated on footpath some 150m N of South Pembrokeshire District Council offices, adjacent to Powder Magazine.
  23. II* Former Dockyard Chapel Photos
    Situated in SE corner of Dockyard at E end of formal avenue in front of Nosá1-5 The Terrace.
  24. II Former Foremen's Office
    Situated behind premises occupied by Gwinnutt Ltd. some 50m SW of head of Graving Dock.
  25. II* Former Guard House
    Situated on W side of main avenue, just N of former Captain Superintendent's Office.
  26. II Former Main Magazine
    Situed on cliff footpath some 150m NNE of South Pembrokeshire District Council offices.
  27. II Former National School (Now Employment Exchange)
    Situated facing S towards Barrack Hill, at SE corner of Market Street.
  28. II Former Oakum Store
    Situated some 50m SE of Graving Dock, within Ministry of Defence enclosure.
  29. II Hangar & Annexes Photos
    Situated some 100m SW of eastern entry to dockyard and 100m N of former chapel.
  30. II Hangar and Annexes
    Situated on E side of main Dockyard avenue, SE of Sunderland House.
  31. II Hobbs Point
    The 2 bollards are situated some 30m N and NW of Public Toilets at Hobbs Point. The cannon bollard is sited immediately N of Old Pier House, and set below pavement level.
  32. II* Long Stable Range to South
    Situated to west of Dockyard gates and abutting the W entrance lodge.
  33. II National Westminster Bank
    Situated in mixed terraced row running N from Zion Chapel.
  34. II* No 1, the Terrace (Formerly Listed Together with the Commodore Club),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated to east of Dockyard gates and abutting the E entrance lodge.
  35. II No 100, Laws Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Isolated towards S end of stepped terraced row running from Nos 52 to 104 Laws Street.
  36. II No 16 Meyrick Street (W side)
    End of terrace house flanking the S side of the railed forecourt to Zion Free Church. The door to No 16 is placed in the side elevation at the angle with the main classical façade of the church and ac
  37. II No 18, Commercial Row (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated in centre of row Nos 9 to 28 (consec) Commercial Row, facing Dockyard Wall.
  38. II No 19, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated midway up stepped terraced row.
  39. II* No 2, the Terrace, the Dockyard,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated to E of dockyard entry, E of No 1 to which it is linked by garden wall.
  40. II No 20, Church Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    One of a pair of houses midway up stepped terraced row on W side.
  41. II No 21, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated midway up stepped terraced row.
  42. II No 22, Church Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    One of a pair of houses midway up stepped terraced row on W side.
  43. II No 23, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated midway up stepped terraced row.
  44. II No 25, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated two-thirds of the way up stepped terraced row.
  45. II No 27, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated two-thirds of the way up stepped terraced row.
  46. II No 28, Commercial Row (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated on corner of Commercial Row and Albion Square.
  47. II No 29, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated three-quarters of the way up stepped terraced row.
  48. II* No 3, the Terrace, the Dockyard,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated to E of dockyard entry, E of No 1 to which it is linked by garden wall.
  49. II No 31, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated three-quarters of the way up stepped terraced row.
  50. II No 33, Church Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated three-quarters of the way up stepped terraced row.
  51. II No 33, Front Street (S Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated in a short terrace (Nos 32-8) towards E end of Front Street.
  52. II No 4, the Terrace, the Dockyard,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated in row of former officers' houses E of main dockyard entry.
  53. II No 42, Church Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    One of a pair of houses close to top end of stepped terraced row on W side.
  54. II No 42, Prospect Place (S Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated midway along stepped terraced row running from Nos 23 to 54 Prospect Place. Overlooking the town.
  55. II No 43, Church Street, Including Area Railings (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated near top end of stepped terraced row.
  56. II No 43, Prospect Place (S Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated midway along stepped terraced row overlooking the town.
  57. II No 44, Church Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    One of a pair of houses close to top end of stepped terraced row on W side.
  58. II No 47, Prospect Place (S Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards E end of stepped terraced row overlooking the town.
  59. II No 5, the Terrace, the Dockyard,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated in row of former officers' houses E of main dockyard entry.
  60. II No 50, Prospect Place (S Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards E end of stepped terraced row overlooking the town.
  61. II No 51, Prospect Place (S Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards E end of stepped terraced row overlooking the town.
  62. II No 62, Laws Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards N end of stepped terraced row running from Nos 52 to 104 Laws Street.
  63. II No 67, Laws Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards N end of stepped terraced row running from Nos 65 to 109 Laws Street.
  64. II No 71, Laws Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards N end of stepped terraced row running from Nos 65 to 109 Laws Street.
  65. II No 75, Laws Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Isolated house towards N end of stepped terraced row running from No 65 to 109 Laws Street.
  66. II No 96, Laws Street (W Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Isolated towards S end of stepped terraced row running from Nos 52 to 104 Laws Street.
  67. II No 97, Laws Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards S end of stepped terraced row running from Nos 65 to 109 Laws Street.
  68. II* North East Dockyard Tower Photos
    Situated some 50m off foreshore, close to NE corner of dockyard.
  69. II Nos 64 & 64A,
    One building situated in terraced row Nos 50 to 66 (even) Bush Street, just W of junction with Laws Street.
  70. II Nos 65, Laws Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated towards N end of stepped terrace running from Nos 65 to 109 Laws Street.
  71. II Old Pier House
    Situated on W side of Hobbs Point, backing on to the sea.
  72. II One Former Cannon Barrel to SW Side
    The 2 bollards are situated some 30m N and NW of Public Toilets at Hobbs Point. The cannon bollard is sited immediately N of Old Pier House, and set below pavement level.
  73. II Pater Fort SW and W Walls
    Situated at NW corner of dockyard, just SW of naval offices.
  74. I Paterchurch Tower
    Situated just within Dockyard wall, some 130m E of Fort Road entry to Royal Naval area.
  75. II Pembroke Dock Railway Station Photos
    Set back from N side of street, which is the eastern continuation of Dimond Street.
  76. II Pembroke Haven Yacht Club at Hobbs Point
    Situated on S side of quay, at NE corner of Pier Road opposite Old Pier House.
  77. II Pier House
    Situated towards N end of Pier Road, on corner towards the quay at Hobbs Point.
  78. II* Piers and Lodges (formerly listed with Dockyard Wall)
    Situated at N end of Melville Terrace and across the main south entry to former Royal Dockyard.
  79. II Premises attached to South
    Situated on W side of Hobbs Point, backing on to the sea.
  80. II Rear Garden Waless
    Situated between gardens of Nos 1 and 2, 2 and 3 and to E of garden of Noá3, and linking S end wall.
  81. II Rear Garden Walls
    Situated between gardens of Nos 1 and 2, 2 and 3 and to E of garden of Noá3, and linking S end wall.
  82. II Rear of Garden Walls
    Situated between gardens of Nos 1 and 2, 2 and 3 and to E of garden of Noá3, and linking S end wall.
  83. II Rhiannon House
    Situated at NE corner of Church Street, E of Parish Church.
  84. II Section 1 of Chuchyard railings at Church of Saint John
    Situated on N and E sides of church, along Bush and Church Streets.
  85. II Section 2 of Churchyard Railings at Church of Saint John
    Situated on N and E sides of church, along Bush and Church Streets.
  86. II Slipway & Quay Wall at Hobb's Point
    Situated at N end of Pier Road and forming the most northerly part of Hobbs Point.
  87. II St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, including Gates and Railings to Street Photos
    Set back towards east end of street, between Laws and Gwyther Streets.
  88. II Sunderland House
    Situated on W side of main avenue, just E of Old Storehouse; No 2 Sunderland hangar immediately to SE.
  89. II Surrounding Wall
    Situed on cliff footpath some 150m NNE of South Pembrokeshire District Council offices.
  90. II Telephone Call-box at Hobbs Point
    Situated outside Old Pier House, at entry to Hobbs Point quay.
  91. II* The Defensible Barracks Photos
    Situated on the crest of Treowen or Barrack Hill, some 300m S of, and overlooking the Royal Dockyard.
  92. II The Dockyard Walls
    Surrounding the Dockyard on east, south and most of west side. The original main entrance is on S side and there are several subsequent entrances throughout its length.
  93. II The Dockyard Walls Photos
    Surrounding the Dockyard on east, south and most of west side. The original main entrance is on S side and there are several subsequent entrances throughout its length.
  94. II* The Graving Dock including Bollards and Cpstans
    Situated between Western Camber and slip No 2, towards NW end of dockyard.
  95. II The Market (formerly only NE elevation listed) Photos
    Situated outside SE angle of Dockyard wall on an island site bounded by Melville, Pembroke and Market Streets.
  96. II* The Old Storehouse
    Situated to W of Sunderland House, behind ferry terminal.
  97. II* The Port Hotel (formerly listed as the Commodore Club)
    Situated to west of Dockyard gates and abutting the W entrance lodge.
  98. II The Pump House
    Situated in middle of modern roundabout at junction of London Road, Pier Road and Water Street.
  99. II* The South West Dockyard Tower Photos
    Situated just off foreshore at W end of road running along S wall of Dockyard.
  100. II The Timber Pond
    Situated by W edge of dockyard, some 100m N of entrance from Fort Road.
  101. II The Vicarage
    In walled garden to south of the Parish Church.
  102. II The War Memorial
    Situated at NE corner of churchyard, at W corner of Bush and Church Streets.
  103. II The Western Camber
    Situated to E of Graving Dock and W of Slip No 4.
  104. II Two Bollards on N Side of Quay
    The 2 bollards are situated some 30m N and NW of Public Toilets at Hobbs Point. The cannon bollard is sited immediately N of Old Pier House, and set below pavement level.
  105. II Western Telegraph
    Situated immediately to N of Zion Chapel; forms a pair flanking the chapel forecourt with No 16 on S side.
  106. II* Zion Free Church Photos
    Pembroke Dock

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