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General Coastal Features

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Groyne
 
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Sea defences
 
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Waterline
 
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Defences and groyne
 
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Breaking wave
 
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Sea froth
 
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Longshore drift protection
 
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Algae on rocks
 
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Granite bay
 
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Cliff erosion
 
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Cove
 
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Granite headland
 
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Granite bay
 
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England: south coast chalk cliffs
 
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England: south coast chalk cliffs
 
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Cliff
 
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Cliff edge
 
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Cliff-top heather
 
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Outcrop
 
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Worm casts
 
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Promenade
 
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Railings
 
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Deserted beach
 
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Footpath
 
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Railings
 
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Heat haze
 
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Rock island
 
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Wall made from local rock
 
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Rocks
 
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Low tide
 
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Rocky beach
 
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Cliff
 
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Rocky pool
 
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Rocky shoreline
 
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Strata
 
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Sea weed
 
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Salt spray
 
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Sand
 
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Sandy beach
 
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Sandy cove
 
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Slumping
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Small arch
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Stack
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Stump
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Wave-cut platform and boulder clay
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Wave-cut platform
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Wave-cut platorm
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Arch
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Biological weathering
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Boulder clay
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Cave
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Cliff crack
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DIY defences
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DIY defences
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Rock armour
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Flamborough
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Notch
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Sand drawing

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Flamborough Head

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Panoramic view of Flamborough
 
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Pebbly beach
 
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Eastern most point at Flamborough
 
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Erosion into bays
 
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Sampling the pebbles
 
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Erosion into bays
 
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Sea stack
 
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Scientific study of the beach
 
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Chalk strata
 
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Steps to the beach
 
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Undercut erosion
 
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Studying the beach
 
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Eroded chalk strata
 
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Beach anomaly
 
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Eroded chalk strata
 
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Eroded chalk strata
 
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Chalk stack
 
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Undercut erosion
 
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High water mark
 
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Eroded strata at shoreline
 
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Eroded strata at shoreline
 
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Eroded strata and tilted bedding
 
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Soft chalk eroded into bays
 
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Soft chalk eroded into bays
 
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Typical chalk erosion
 
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Tilted bedding planes
 
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Horizontal strata
 
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Horizontal strata
 
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Softer chalk eroded into caves
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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Chalk archway
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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Chalk archway
 
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Chalk stack
 
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Horizontal bedding
 
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Chalk stack
 
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Horizontal strata at low tide
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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Caves formed in soft chalk
 
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World War 2 magnetic mine
 
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Anchor from ship wreck
 
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Pebble beach
 
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Water-worn pebbles
 
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Hole worn by small stones
 
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Beach sculpture
 
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Exposed strata on the beach
 
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Horizontal strata
 
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Interface between chalk deposits and boulder clay
 
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North bay
 
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Bladderwrack and kelp on rocks
 
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Boulder clay overlaying chalk
 
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North bay
 
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Rounded rock covered in sea weed
 
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Flamborough old lighthouse
 
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Flamborough new lighthouse
 
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Eroded bays
 
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Chalk stack from above
 
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Explanation board
 
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Chalk bays
 
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Chalk bays
 
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Exposed strata
 
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Bays at low tide
 
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Low tide
 
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Chalk carved by water
 
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Chalk carved by water
 
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Chalk carved by water
 
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Chalk carved by water
 
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Chalk carved by water
 
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South Bay
 
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Flamborough lighthouse
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Flamborough lighthouse
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Flamborough lighthouse
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Flamborough cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
 
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
 
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs
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Chalk cliffs resident
 
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Hornsea

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Groynes and drain outfall
 
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Sea defences
 
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Surveying the groynes
 
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Stone sea defences
 
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Groyne structure
 
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Groyne structure
 
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Groyne
 
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Stone sea defences
 
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Drain outlet
 
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Groyne defence against longshore drift
 
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Flotsam
 
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Groyne defence against longshore drift
 
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Boulder clay cliffs
 
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Sand and silt transported by the sea
 
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Longshore drift
 
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Stones to defend the cliffs
 
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Hornsea Beach at sunset
 
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Hornsea Beach at sunset
 
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Sculpture on the promenade
 
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Humber Estuary

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Typical vessel at Humber ports
 
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Title
 
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Introduction
 
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Access to Grimsby and Immingham
 
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Strategic location
 
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Trade data
 
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Cargo breakdown
 
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Grimsby. Vehicle handling port
 
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Development at Grimsby car port
 
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Map showing development
 
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Port of Immingham
 
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Diversity of cargoes
 
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Diversity of cargoes
 
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Exxtor terminal
 
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Vessel size restrictions
 
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Deep water river berths
 
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Humber International terminal (1)
 
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Humber International terminal (2)
 
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Humber International terminal (2)
 
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Humber International terminal (2)
 
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Immingham Outer Harbour dredging
 
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Immingham Outer Harbour
 
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Expansion compensation
 
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Expansion compensation
 
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Immingham Outer Harbour - Completed schemes
 
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Robin Hood's Bay

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Slipway at Robin Hood's Bay
 
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Robin Hood's Bay
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Sea defences
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Sea wall
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Sea wall
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Sea wall armour, Robin Hood's Bay
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Sea wall, Robin Hood's Bay
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Staithes

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Headland at Staithes
 
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Staithes harbour
 

Coastal Erosion

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Warning sign
 
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End of the road
 
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End of the road
 
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House demolished for safety
 
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Warning sign
 
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End of the road
 
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End of the road
 
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End of the road
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Moving caravans to safety
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Aldbrough caravan site
 
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Aldbrough caravan site
 
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Aldbrough caravan site
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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End of the road
 
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End of the road
 
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Service pipe exposed by erosion
 
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The owner had to demolish it for safety
 
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The owner had to demolish it for safety
 
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End of the road
 
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End of the road
 
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Aldbrough caravan is threatened
 
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Aldbrough caravan is threatened
 
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Aldbrough caravan is threatened
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Erosion left an overhang at Aldbrough
 
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Erosion at Aldbrough
 
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Exposing the sedimentary layers at Aldbrough
 
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Exposing the sedimentary layers at Aldbrough
 
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The owner of this house had to demolish it for safety
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The owner had to demolish it for safety
 

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