Street/ Princes Street area. Immediately after the war, a large estate of prefabricated houses was built at Bufferland to house those made homeless by the bombing, while King Street was eventually rebuilt anew.
This WWII sign pointing towards an air-raid shelter in Albion Square is gradually being swallowed by a tree.
Further reading: History of Pembroke Dock by Mrs S Peters; The History of Pembroke Dock by Phil Carradice; Pembroke People by Richard Rose; Inferno by Vernon Scott; Pembrokeshire Under Fire by Bill Richards; In Harm’s Way by Vernon Scott; An Experience Shared 1939 - 1945 by Vernon Scott; The Pevsner Guide to the Buildings of Pembrokeshire by Lloyd, Orbach and Scourfield; P D Days by various authors; Flying Boat Haven and Sunderland Flying Boat Queen by John Evans.
Hangars and other buildings in the Dockyard carefully cam- ouflaged to look like terraces of houses during WWII.