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Many apologies for not responding sooner; I did not notice your comment until now.
Fairbourne beach is open to the public. The town is lower than then beach, hence the major sea defence, which includes these concrete blocks; affectionately call Dragon's Teeth.
I've been here many times. I wonder how deep it really is? When I was a child, people used to say that it was bottomless and that a monster lived in it!
I am now 50 years old, I first went to Fairbourne when I was about 5! My Parents bought a house there in 1969 and retired there in 1987, they still live there now. I have many happy memories of holidays in Fairbourne and also the little train. As a child I used to have a season ticket and ride up and down to the point all day. As a student I worked in the shops when they were owned by Eric Evans and his wife. I rarely get there these days, but have many happy memories. Thanks for posting the picture.