Onion argy-bargy at Old Quay
The river in Haverfordwest is so shallow today it's hard to picture vessels tying up at Old Quay, but onion ships from Brittany were still a seasonal sight there in the last century. In 1907 two onion ships arrived at the same time, sparking a fight between ...
the rival groups of sellers. You can now discover Old Quay's fascinating story, including the disaster which overtook the first steamship to reach Haverfordwest, by using your mobile to scan the HistoryPoints QR codes on the footbridge opposite County Hall, or by clicking here