Featherstone Erosion

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At Featherstone castle, the impact of the South Tyne’s erosion was highly visible.  I asked passers by if this was a result of ;last autumn’s floods, the response was that this was a result of long term eating of the banks by a change of river course.  The action was pulling the road to the old prisoner of war camp into the river, wiping history and attacking the simple infrastructure – the cables and the drain covers.   featherstone-erosion-12

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