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Hastings Old Town East Sussex England Uk
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The start of Rock-A-Nore Road from the centre of the Old Town, to The West is the Pier and the newer areas, to the North the Old Town and to the East the Stade and fishing areas.

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Uploaded: 24/02/2012
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Tags: hastings; g8dhe; road; boats; cliff; beach; old; town; mordern town; pier
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