Thursday, October 27, 2011

Happisburgh, UK

Happisburgh is a small town in Norfolk County, England.  It is currently facing some pretty severe coastal erosion.  The tides have been cutting into the cliffs and slowly moving them inland towards houses and other structures.  According to the British Geological Survey, Happisburgh never used to be a coastal town, because at one point there was a whole parish between it and the sea.  The town is unfortunately sitting on layers of glacial till that do not hold up well against pounding waves.


December 30, 1999


July 1, 2009




You can find it yourself on Google Earth using these coords:       52°49'23.11"N       01°32'20.53"E

Check back next week to see the largest (supposedly) text in the world.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN, FOLKS!