Landshipping is an unassuming little hamlet with an unusual name, between Haverfordwest and Tenby, where a quiet narrow road eventually decides to wander alongside the peaceful estuary. Here in a layby at the old quayside, with beautiful views across the water, you will find a modest but poignant memorial to forty dead miners. If mining is Pembrokeshire’s lost industry then the Garden Pit catastrophe in Landshipping in 1844 is its forgotten disaster.
You can read about the Garden Pit Disaster in my book Grave Tales From Wales, Volume Two published by Cambrai in April 2022.
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