In Tenby there's always been this really cool fort on an island. It was built in the nineteenth century and, according to Wikipedia, has '4 main bedrooms, 16 turret rooms, an old banquet hall, and an armoury which used to hold 444 barrels of gunpowder'. Nobody's allowed in. I've never seen the inside. It's a big, looming, sinister structure that shouldn't really be there. I've wondered about it for so long that I forgot there's a thing called 'the internet' now, where there's pictures of everywhere and everything. A one-second search led me straight to the reassuringly-named derelictplaces.co.uk. Some people just climbed into it and took pictures.
Okay, so it's terrifying. But that only makes it better. In the middle
of a sunny beach there's an old broken war machine that's falling to
pieces. A relic from some ancient battle that never happened. It also used to be a zoo.
The internet ruins mysteries, but sometimes it's worth it. All the pictures are here.