Nolton Haven (SM 860186): A line of 12 five-foot square anti-tank cubes blocked the exit to the beach in 1940. Four of the cubes remain in place.
Newgale Beach (SM860210): At the southern part of the beach a number of anti-tank obstacles can still be seen along the roadside in the form of white-painted concrete cylinders. Te holes in the top are for barbed-wire picket posts. (A line of more substantial anti-tank cubes can be seen just outside the community area, alongside Brandy Brook).
Further reading: Te Civil War in Pembrokeshire by Terry John; 20th Century Defences in Britain published by the Council for British Archaeology.
Contacts: Mike Bennett of Lower Folly, Nolton Haven, is researching the history of RAF Folly and can be contacted via e-mail on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earth-covered sub-station, still standing at Welsh Road, Nolton Haven.
Surviving beach defence cubes at Nolton.
Some of the surviving anti-tank cylinders at Newgale beach.