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|The 3 cliff trains West Cliff, East Cliff and Fischerman's railways are a famous sight in Bournemouth and are listed on the British Heritage List.||05/24/2006||352|
|The church was build in 13th. century, around 2 km (1,24 miles) from the coastline today, and was the thurch of nearby village Lonstrup until 1928 when the new church was build. A new church had to be build because the sea ate the coastline bit for bit through time because of storms. |
The entire interior of the church has been moved to the new church in Lonstrup.
The GE im...
|Arabic letters on a cliff in Morocco||03/11/2007||481|
|Arabic letters on a cliff in Morocco||03/17/2007||633|
|Anyone know how to drive on the side of a cliff?||06/10/2008||905|
|The Comune di San Leo describes their town as 'a sharp pinnacle surrounded by overhanging cliffs in a countryside sloping from the Appennines to the sea, with houses clustered between a magnificent fortress and a prominent bell tower'. |
It sounds better in Italian and looks even more spectacular in real life.
San Leo is a real hill top town. It came under control ...
|Murder Hill is a steep sand Cliff at Gullane. It's often used by British military units, sport Clubs etc. to test their condition.|
|Cliff writing in Turkey next to Police Academy||03/20/2007||616|
|Frederik's Church, popularly known as the Marble Church, was begun in 1749, finished in 1894 and has the largest dome of any church in Scandinavia.||03/21/2006||550|
|according to guiness world records this is the worlds highest sea cliff (1,010m)||08/03/2006||2,725|
|One of several points along the Military Road where the cliff edge is just getting too close to the road. Combined tidal and weather erosion has already caused this road to be re-routed several times. The road was originally a straight Roman road, the foundations of which can be seen in places in the cliff face.||03/04/2006||816|
|Oh dear! Poor old XP919 has had a rather hard retirement. Bought from the MoD by somebody intending to restore her for static display, the first blow was struck courtesy of our ever fabulous police. They changed their minds at a late stage and would not allow the aircraft to be transported on the roads unless it was cut down to size - despite other police forces being quite happy with Sea Vixen...||09/19/2007||540|