Crashing waves; rough sea; people in the fore ground; light house; holding back the storm, Seaham Pier; summer stormy; dangerous locations; photographer's; storm chasers; north east coast; the north sea; harbour walls
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Folly; lookout; The Lookout; stone; building; built 1835; restored 2006; Ferdinand Beeston; Finzel; sugar importers; sugar ships; West Indies; Severn Estuary; Bristol Channel; Clevedon; North Somerset; Somerset; England; UK; architectural; architecture
The Lookout at Clevedon was originally built about 1835 by Ferdinand Beeston and was restored in 2006. It is believed to have been used by the Finzell Family who were sugar importers to view sugar ships approaching from the West Indies. Clevedon pier in the backgound.
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