Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Four - An Era of Change, Uncertainty, Depression & War - Activity at the dock during World War II . . .

A section of an Admiralty chart corrected to 31st December 1943 of Penarth including the Dock and Ely Tidal Harbour down channel as far as Lavernock Head.

A section of an Admiralty chart corrected to 31st December 1943 of Penarth including the Dock and Ely Tidal Harbour down channel as far as Lavernock Head.

• 1943 - A section of an Admiralty chart, corrected to 31st December 1943, of Penarth including the Dock and Ely Tidal Harbour down channel as far as Lavernock Head. Note the 'Fog Gong' at the end of the south pier entry to Penarth Dock, Cefn-y-Wrach the notorious 'Witch's Hump', the landmarks that are Penarth Head and St. Augustines Church tower, plus a 'Fog Reed' at the end of Penarth Pier. A fog reed is a fog signal apparatus comprising a resonant horn excited by a jet of air which is modulated by a vibrating reed. [001]
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