On the quayside a big aerial torpedo had made a crater large enough to bury the horse which it had killed in a near-by stable.
The first person whom they met on the quayside was Mr. Long.
It sits close to the quayside, and is by far the most notable landmark, viewed from either sea or land, which the city possesses.
Hurrying to her squalid deathlair from gay Paris on the quayside I touched his hand.
For Bat, the walk up from the quayside was one of the many milestones in his chequered life.
Every one called him Ogmund Dint, even the boys who played about on the quayside.
Calvados, and dirks, and sharp knives all play their part, and clearly the quayside of Havre is no place after dark.
The business of running in to the quayside was beginning in earnest.
Cargo work on the quayside comes to a halt for want of service.
Many of the trains were run directly to the quayside; in other cases the soldiers marched through the streets.