Work on Vital New Sea Wall Stops for the Summer to Minimise Impact on Tourism and Community
5 monthes ago - By Travel and Tourworld
Network Rail will stop work on a new sea wall at Dawlish, in Devon, this weekend before resuming in September as they look to minimise the impact on tourism and the community during the peak summer period.
The upgrade, which will provide greater protection to the railway and town from rising sea levels and extreme weather for generations to come, started in June this year but will now take a summer break from 14 July to 9 September.
The vital construction of a bigger sea wall follows years of detailed studies, designs and joint working between world leading marine, coastal and railway...
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