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Reculver Beach photo

An array of towers, Reculver

Trinity House purchased the old church of St Mary in 1810 and built groynes to protect the low cliff on which it stands. The original towers collapsed and were replace by the pair to the right in order to maintain them as an aid to navigation.

© E Gammie and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

Taken at: Reculver Beach, South East England

Date taken / added: 5th Jul 2010

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