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The Stade Hastings East Sussex England Uk
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The Stade is the shingle beach used by the fisherman to launch and store there equipment on. The Net shops are used to store and dry the fishing gear and are based on the plots used in Victorian times.

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Uploaded: 24/02/2012
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