Fishguard Harbour - The Port of Choice for Steamships and Ocean Liners
Photo: View of Fishguard Harbour circa 1913. Ward, Lock & Company Limited, London
Fishguard is situated on the south-west coast of Wales, and is the nearest British port to New York used by Atlantic liners. It affords the quickest means of reaching London, and is also a convenient port for the Continent. In addition, many parts of England and Wales are within easy access of Fishguard.
- 1900s Fishguard Harbour - Information for Passengers
- 1913 Great Western Railway of England - Arrangements at Fishguard
- 1910 Express Route - New York to London via Fishguard
- 1912 Fishguard - Express Route - America to London and The Continent
The New Port of Call for Ocean Liners
The new port of call for Ocean Liners is one of the finest natural harbours in the world, and affords excellent facilities for the rapid transfer of passengers and baggage from Ocean Liners. A considerable saving of time is effected by Passengers landing at Fishguard. Special trains formed of Vestibuled Coaches and Restaurant Cars run to London after the arrival of Liners, the journey of 262 miles occupying about 4 3/4 hours, whilst the direct connections to Paris, s-c., frequently save a day over any other route.