The Saundersfoot Railway

Roger Farnworth Sep 27, 2022

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    This is the first of two articles about the Saundersfoot Railway and it focusses on the line running North out of Saundersfoot via Wiseman's Bridge to Stepaside....

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    This is the fourth article about Pembrokeshire's Railways. The first focussed on the pre-railway age, the second focussed on the mainline railways of the county. The third article focussed on the industrial railways in the vicinity of Milford Haven. ....
     
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    Some beautiful scenery in these views. Love the place names. "Saundersfoot". "Stepaside". Their origins might be interesting...
     
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    Hi again,

    There is a note at the start of the first article about how the name Saundersfoot was probably derived. I will check out Stepaside.
    Best wishes
    Roger
     
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    Plenty of locations here in the States, where folklore has played a role in naming of a site. Some of which is quite humorous.
     
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