1. Top of High Street, Fishguard. The small house on the LHS was until about 1969, a shop selling haberdashery. (Small items for sewing) and run by Miss Ocean Conn.
2. High Street, Fishguard
3. Turning from High Street into Kwik Save or Co-op car park
'Emporium' - ar y chwith / on the left
6. Fishguard Square. The large building behind the bus, was at this time a redundant Electricity Board showroom. In the 50s & 60s it was better known as Conti's Cafe! Carmen's ladies' clothes shop, and Boots Pharmacy complete the row.
7. Barclays Bank next to the Royal Oak
8. West Street. On the RHS can be seen Jacquie's flower shop. On the LHS beyond the corner of the Abergwaun Hotel is H. Willams & Sons Royal Boot Stores. At the far end is Lloyds Bank and the Post Office building.
9. Halifax Building Society Office. West Street Fishguard.
10. Midland Bank on the corner of the Golden Mile
11.Opposite the Golden Mile. This row of buildings L-R includes Goodwick House Chambers (Solicitors), "Dyfed Sports", E.H James (Shoe shop), Rembrant's Jewellers, "Happy Frier" take away & cafe, M. Charlton (Optician), Principality Building Soc. & "The Pantry" bakery
12. Lower end of West Street and opposite Bethel Church is Naturals Gift shop on the LHS and 3 doors down is Roy Morris' electrical shop.
13. West Street. Strawbridge bakery still trading
14. Bottom of Wallis Street
15. Site of the first Tabernacle Chapel, the green area at top of the Wallis
16. Kensington Street. Fishguard
17. Road leading to Llanychaer
18. Looking down the Slade
19. On the way to Goodwick. The Blair Athol Hotel and The Masonic Hall.
A gallery of photographs of Fishguard taken about 1992.