The latest gales and high tides have wrecked the iconic ex-Great Western Railway line along Dawlish Warren and the seafront of Dawlish town. It’s a far cry from the usual picture of GWR Kings and Castles on a sunny summer’s day. The sea wall has been breached in places and the rails are hanging in mid-air. It’s going to take a lot of work to get this going again.
The following, very small, pictures come from the BBC website.
I’ll try and update them when I can find something better.
Update – better photographs added from the BBC.