Porthgain is a small, attractive harbour on the St David’s Peninsula in Pembrokeshire. Used mostly by local fishermen, it is popular with both holiday makers and boaters during the summer months.
It is difficult to believe that as recently as 1930 it was a prosperous industrial harbour exporting slate from nearby quarries and, later, crushed dolerite for roadstone. The stone was stored in the large brick hoppers shown below. The hoppers are now listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.