This ruin is actually East blockhouse this link gives you more info http://www.coflein.gov.uk/en/site/103035/details/EAST+BLOCKHOUSE%2C+ANGLE/
This Chapel was rebuilt by the German Panzer's who were stationed at Castle Martin Army Camp around 1960 to 1980.
They were very well behaved and polite. Pembrokeshire people made lots of friends with then during their stay.
Get your Facts right before naming places!
This Is part of the defence of Milford Haven from the French all were built around 1860,
Known as the Henry Martello forts the were later used during the First and Second World War's
Yes they did have AA guns built on them in 1940.
All you need to do is ask a local and you will know what you are looking at!
During World war Two there was a boom defence net laid across from St Anns Head to Angle, the concret blocks are still in position today at each end of the entrance of the Haven.The steel defence nets were kept for years later at the RN dock yard at Pembroke dock.