Walking on waves to protect South West England
Network Rail and contractors are all at sea as work begins on the defensive works to protect a vulnerable coastal main line in southwest England. The sea wall at Dawlish, in Devon, is being hugely upgraded to prevent damage from increasingly frequent and violent storms. A new, bigger retaining section will provide greater protection to the railway and to the town from rising sea levels and extreme weather for generations to come, says the agency.
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