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Sidmouth seafront west
England

This image shows the western end of the sea front at Sidmouth. A narrow walkway underneath the red sandstone cliffs leads to Jacob's Ladder beach.

The image shows a number of coastal protection methods designed to reduce erosion of the foreshore and possible loss of the cliff-top properties. Looking east, it is possible to make out the recovery vessels salvaging the remains of the MSC Napoli - more information.

Copyright: Noel jenkins
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Chargée: 19/06/2009
Mis à jour: 20/02/2012
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