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 Roadway 05022014
 
Waves crashing over the roadway at Shorthorn Point - high tide Wednesday 5th February 2014




 
                              High tide Wednesday 5th February- 



 
 Flooding at lower end of roadway and the back of Coliseum site - 'sand' is banked up at end of roadway



 
 Flooding over lower end of roadway behind
the Coliseum site on the morning of 5th February


 Waves over Information hut shuttering
 Waves overtop the defences in front of the Information hut
at high tide on the morning of 5th February 2014


 
        And this is the result - damage to the viewing platform


 Storm aftermath 16022014
After another storm the shuttering on the left of the hut appears
 to have been buckled - fencing has been flattened and scattered.


 Flooding on Shorthorn
 On the morning of 5th February Shorthorn Beach is inundated.
Piles of rock armour removed from the tidal zone can be seen stored at the back of the beach.
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at


 Beach closed sign
Warning sign of storm damage 

 
 
Plastic mesh, used in the building of temporary sea defences,
 is exposed and ripped up across the beaches


 Plastic mesh on Par Beach
What seems to be the same material was washed up
 on Par Beach, east of Carlyon Bay



 Mesh on Crinnis
Plastic mesh and broken fencing litter
the Carlyon Bay beaches


 Beach closed sign
 
CEG closed the beach at the end of the Public Right of Way -
they say for safety reasons because of debris 





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