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Coastal erosion Photographic Print Collection

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Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion at Kilnsea 28893_025

Coastal erosion at Kilnsea 28893_025
Fort Godwin coastal battery severely damaged by coastal erosion, near Kilnsea, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2016. TA4116

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Hunstanton Beach, Norfolk K020473

Hunstanton Beach, Norfolk K020473
HUNSTANTON BEACH, Norfolk. View of cliffs and rocks on beach

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion 28893_049

Coastal erosion 28893_049
Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire. A holiday park threatened by coastal erosion, 2016. TA3526

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion at Fort Godwin 28503_001

Coastal erosion at Fort Godwin 28503_001
Fort Godwin coastal battery severely damaged by coastal erosion and collapsed on to the beach, near Kilnsea, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2014

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion 28893_052

Coastal erosion 28893_052
Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire. A holiday park threatened by coastal erosion, 2016. TA3526

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Kingsgate Castle EAW064106

Kingsgate Castle EAW064106
Kingsgate Castle, Broadstairs, 1956

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Front line 34109_050

Front line 34109_050
Second World War lozenge pillbox falling into the sea as a result of coastal erosion, near Holmpton, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2019

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Front line 34109_047

Front line 34109_047
Second World War pillbox at risk from coastal erosion, near Holmpton, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2019

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion 34109_042

Coastal erosion 34109_042
Fort Godwin coastal battery severely damaged by coastal erosion, near Kilnsea, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2019

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Happisburgh 35088_014

Happisburgh 35088_014
Happisburgh, Norfolk, 2021

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Happisburgh Lighthouse 35088__044

Happisburgh Lighthouse 35088__044
Happisburgh, Norfolk, 2021. The Lighthouse

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Hurst Castle 35068_070

Hurst Castle 35068_070
Hurst Castle, Hampshire, 2021. Remedial works at a storm damaged Hurst Castle

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion Kilnsea DP169750

Coastal erosion Kilnsea DP169750
Easington Road, Easington, Kilnsea, East Riding Of Yorkshire. First World War Gun Emplacement on beach due to coastal erosion. Photographed in 2016

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion Kilnsea DP169731

Coastal erosion Kilnsea DP169731
Easington Road, Easington, Kilnsea, East Riding Of Yorkshire. First World War Gun Emplacement on beach due to coastal erosion. Photographed in 2016

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion Kilnsea DP169734

Coastal erosion Kilnsea DP169734
Easington Road, Easington, Kilnsea, East Riding Of Yorkshire. First World War Gun Emplacement on beach due to coastal erosion. Photographed in 2016

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Walcott Beach RAF_540_1013_v_0003

Walcott Beach RAF_540_1013_v_0003
Walcott, Norfolk. On the night of 31 January 1953 a combination of a high spring tide and a severe European windstorm caused a storm tide

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Embury Beacon 26570_002

Embury Beacon 26570_002
Embury Beacon, Hartland, Devon. An Iron Age promontory fort on the West side of the Hartland Peninsula. A fraction of the easter ramparts can still be traced but the remainder has been lost to

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Grimston moats 28894_043

Grimston moats 28894_043
Moats, Grimston, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2016. TA2835

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Spurn Head 28893_030

Spurn Head 28893_030
Spurn Head, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2016. TA4115

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Corton Cliffs 33765_021

Corton Cliffs 33765_021
Corton Cliffs, Suffolk, 2019. Coastal erosion between a caravan park and the sea defences. TM5398

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Corton Cliffs 33765_013

Corton Cliffs 33765_013
Corton Cliffs, Suffolk, 2019. Coastal erosion between a caravan park and the sea defences. TM5498

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Coastal erosion 28403_001

Coastal erosion 28403_001
Fort Godwin coastal battery, Kilnsea, East Riding of Yorkshire. The Godwin Battery was built to defend the Humber Estuary during the First Wold War

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Reculver Towers and Roman Fort N080988

Reculver Towers and Roman Fort N080988
RECULVER TOWERS AND ROMAN FORT, Kent. Aerial view of Roman Regulbium, a Saxon Shore fort and naval base for the Classis Britannica - the Roman fleet based in Britain

Background imageCoastal erosion Photographic Print Collection: Beacon Roman Fortlet 15604_32

Beacon Roman Fortlet 15604_32
BEACON ROMAN FORTLET, Martinhoe, Devon. Now succumbing to the inevitable effects of coastal erosion, this Roman fortlet and signalling station balances precariously on the north Devon coastline


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