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Lynmouth Harbour Devon England Uk
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Lynmouth on the North coast of Devon overlooks the Bristol channel. In August 1952 it was subject to a devastating flood that killed 34 people see Wikipedia for more information. Further up the river is this small pedestrian bridge that links the two sides of the river.

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