18th Century Cottages, Coalbrookdale
Bourne End and the Thames Looking east from Cock Marsh, over the river, to some of Bourne End's older riverside houses.
|Title||Sea defences Unsuccessful sea defences between Skipsea and Ulrome.|
|Photo's author||Helen Wilkinson User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||3 Aug 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL|
|Exposure time||1/1000 s|
|Focal length||20.0 mm|
Sea defences Unsuccessful sea defences between Skipsea and Ulrome.
Erosion continues Further evidence of the continuing coastal erosion at Skipsea
Erosion continues (2)
Erosion continues (2) Yet more evidence of the continuing coastal erosion at Skipsea
Coastal erosion at Skipsea Sands
Cliff top at Ulrome, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Looking south. Caravan Park to the right of the photo
Road closed at Cobble Gap
Road closed at Cobble Gap Evidence of coast erosion at Cobble Gap. The Holderness coast with its friable boulder clay cliffs is reckoned to be the fastest eroding coastline in Europe.
Ulrome erosion situation 2011
The beach at Cobble Gap
The beach at Cobble Gap An attempt to recreate my 1990 photo taken from about this point [though 10 metres higher up]. The remains of the concrete blocks which once defended the clifftop cottage can b…