Felixstowe South Seafront Beach is being cleared of Rocks and Groynes 28 March 2008. This is ready for the expected arrival of the dredger and the beach recharge.
The beach view is one as it has not been seen since the building of Felixstowe Promenade and beach breakwaters going back a 100 years or so. Rocks that were placed to save the prom from collapsing into the sea are being removed with the old concrete from the groynes which is being broken up for recycling. A promenade crossing attendant is present for public safety as the heavy plant crosses the prom, transporting the material to the base.
A View of the South Seafront beach
Wood torn out from the Original Groynes
Promenade Crossing Patrol Felixstowe
Rocks Being Transported
Concrete Being Broken Up for Recycling
2008 Felixstowe’s Fate
Sea Defence Work Clearing Felixstowe South Seafront Beach