Having been thus harassed in my thoughts, my old pilot, to whom I communicated everything, pressed me earnestly not to go by sea, but either to go by land to the Groyne
, and cross over the Bay of Biscay to Rochelle, from whence it was but an easy and safe journey by land to Paris, and so to Calais and Dover; or to go up to Madrid, and so all the way by land through France.
The works complement recent coastal protection works undertaken by DELWP between St Leonards pier including a beach renourishment, anchoring timber groyne
to capture net sand drift from the beach renourishment, coastal erosion protection works either side of the timber groyne
The Herd Groyne
Lighthouse, |South Shields by Sandra Clemens
Bounds Hendon groyne
excluded) to Saddleback rock (south pier pegged 160).
Mr Fowler said: "It was a joint manoeuvre and all the time while it was on the groyne
our ski stayed on site to make sure if it did go over the crew were catered for.
He fell and apparently hit his head on a groyne
before being swept out 100 yards to the end of the resort's pier.
A Coastguard spokesman said it appeared he had hit his head on a groyne
after diving in.
Kevin Reynolds, 52, ran into the water but was thrown around by waves and knocked unconscious when his head hit a groyne
, police believe.
The scope of work of Marine Protection Works consist of (a) construction of New Manora Breakwater of about 1200 metres and construction of concrete pedestrian access alongwith shore side (b) construction of Oyster Rocks Breakwater of about 2500 metres (c) construction of Keamari Groyne
Extension of about 300 metres, construction of Keamari Groyn Stub Breakwater of about 275 metres.
Despite repeated radio and TV warnings to keep away from the savage sea, the pair took a stroll on a groyne
by Brighton's Palace Pier.
Few ladies would be tempted to ask for a pint of Recked 'Em, Willie Warmer or Old Groyne
Natural sand-drift along Adelaide's 20-kilometre beach is set to be further interrupted by a groyne
for a boat harbour.