Last Alteration: Saturday 01 January 2011

Penarth Pier

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51°26'05"-03°09'54" show decimal

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Penarth Pier
Penarth

The pier was built in 1895 and then extended in 1907, until it was bought in 1926 by the local council. It was used as a mooring point for steamers. The pier was fully restored and reopened in 1998, and is considered one of Penarth's attractions.

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisablePier End

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«prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 29th October 2009 by Hilary Weston

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Whatever Happened To Sarah Jane?
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Filmed: 2007
Sarah and Andrea run to the end of the pier.

To The Last Man
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Filmed: 8 May 2007
Tosh and Tommy run along the pier.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisablePier Middle

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Photograph taken: 30th November 2007 by Scott Frankton

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To The Last Man
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Filmed: 8 May 2007
Tommy realises that Tosh's call is important.

 

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Additional Torchwood locations as the crow flies:

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Tower Hill (Children of Earth: Day Three): 0.33 miles.

Other show-related mentions for the location:

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Photo Archive - Filming at the pier on 8th May, taken by Scott Frankton and "Sue".

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"Prichael" Live Journal - An extra's account of filming in the area on 10th May.

Further links about the location:

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Welsh Seaside Piers - Penarth Pier

Also seen in:

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30 Dec 2010: Toast: The family visit Penarth pier and beach.

Related Stories

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To The Last Man [9 May 2007]: Toshiko and Tommy talk on the pier.

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