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I remember going through some old photos that my grandad took back in the 20s and 30s. One of them was of Broadstairs in Kent - Broadstairs is famous for the steps in the middle of the sandy bay that lead back up to the top of the cliff - I was amazed that in the 30s picture the sea came in almost to the foot of the steps, whereas in the present day it doesn't come within 200 feet of it.

It's amazing how the coastline changes over the course of 100 years.

I love seeing old photo's. You took yours from very nearly the same place didn't you - did you do that on purpose or was it fluke? Did you see on the news last night the report about the old 1900's nitrate films they found in Burnley worth hundreds of thousands £££££'s. How I'd love to sit and watch those!

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