Search Results for: "Coastal erosion" - Page 1 of 9

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Photographs and Postcards Showing Coastal Erosion at Pakefield and Kirkley

648/4 · 1895-1930 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch
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Southwold

K681/1/414/56 · Oct 1905 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

postcard - erosion of the cliffs

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Felixstowe

K681/1/158/193 · 20/10/1954 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Work on renewing groynes

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Plan of south beach protection

696/1/1 · 1904 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch
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Pakefield

563/13 · 1890-1936 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch

A large number of these glass plate negatives show coastal erosion and its effects at Pakefield

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Oral history interview with Mr and Mrs Spall about coastal erosion at Dunwich and education in Westleton

L401/1/461 · Aug 1987 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Interview with Mr and Mrs Spall by Oral History Project. Duration 75 minutes. Summary: the history of Dunwich being submerged in the sea due to coastal erosion. Education in Westleton

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Aldeburgh

K681/1/3/84 · 1928 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Slaughden - the last house - 'The Hazard' - before demolition

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Aldeburgh

K681/1/3/86 · 1908 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Slaughden - the last of the village - the remaining building

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Aldeburgh

K681/1/3/89 · 1908 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Slaughden - remains of village - building rubble on beach

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Aldeburgh

K681/1/3/90 · 1908 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Slaughden - remains of village - building rubble on beach

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