Could have made an effort to show some pics of the ACTUAL damage. Yes Morty, I do have some.
A £14m reconstruction project at Dawlish Warren was only completed in October last year. It aims to protect the vulnerable main railway line and thousands of homes, and was carried out over the summer by the EA. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/storms-ripped-tons-sand-dawlish-1348557
Haha! I’m not wound up by little attention-seeking men like “Fred Bassett” lol. I just find it funny that the same old posters who moan about freedom of speech are the first to gather their troops to try to shut down those that they disagree with. All I ask for is evidence. All they provide is nonsense.
We have another weekend of severe weather on it's way these roadworks could go on and on.
Diana Mond have you ever considered folk just agree to wind you up.
Yes Monty - the usual nonsense from the usual suspects. “Fred Bassett” - well done, you got your craved ‘Agrees’ from your acolytes (some of whom are far from Purrrrrrrfect with their usernames). Where’s your evidence please for your stated assertions in your original post? Try not to deflect the valid questions please.
A video shows a man dicing with death on the sea wall at Dawlish as trains and huge waves crash over him during yesterday's extreme weather. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/man-puts-life-risk-huge-1341586
Talk about fake news.
Why is it so well known as CRIMEbrook. Well word has it that many of the houses there are bought with funny money and then rented out. I am also told that out of the 1500 houses built there so far, almost 50% are bought with funny money then rented out. If you were a drugs tycon, would you want to live there? - I doubt it. The ill gotten gains will be spent on more luxurious accomodation. Imagime ...
Exeter road was a nightmare this afternoon of course no different to any afternoon or morning. The sign flashing stated that roadworks were delayed due to cold weather, perhaps I can understand that. However this afternoon at 2:30 pm the sun was shining and nobody was working, perhaps it was too sunny!