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A £22 million project to protect the village of Borth in Wales from high tides and storms like the one in 2008 involves bringing 42.000 tonnes of rock from Norway.  It will protect 330 houses and a railway line.

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2011/03/28/rock-rolls-in-to-help-protect-the-coastline-91466-28413714/

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One Response to 42.000 tonnes of rock to protect coastline

  1. ineke says:

    We visit Borth for about 38 years and I just hope Borth did not chanced a lot.
    We are from Holland and we know wat water can do.

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