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In this latest volume by Neil R. Storey we encounter some of the personalities, folklore, events, disasters, heroes and villains that have become interwoven into the rich tapestry of Norfolk's coastal past.
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The Lost Coast of NorfolkSynopsis:
Over the centuries Norfolk's coastline has changed constantly and dramatically, a process that continues today. Sea encroachments, floods and erosion have torn great chunks out of the cliffs, and cities, towns, and villages have all disappeared beneath the waves. With a blend of engravings and photographs, fact, folklore and social history, and above all a keen sense of place, Neil R. Storey - a Norfolk man born and bred - offers a fascinating and evocative look back at what we have lost. The book also focuses on some of the settlements, such as Happisburgh, that are rapidly slipping into the sea - and will soon be lost for ever.
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Book Description Soft cover. Condition: New. No Jacket. Condition: New. The Norfolk coast is beautiful and unique treasure in our sceptred isle. However, over the centuries several of its towns, villages and hamlets have been lost beneath the waves. This book retells the story of lost settlements and includes those that remain and have been changed irrevocably by the silting up of sea channels. Seller Inventory # 009508