87 WWII bombs wash up on beach
Published on March 29th, 2011 | by Admin0
The devices were stacked 300m (980ft) offshore at low tide, marked, and then destroyed at high tide.
A 1,000m (3,280ft) exclusion zone was set up around the site, between the coastwatch tower and the car park.
Royal Navy bomb disposal expert Lt Cdr Al Nekrews said: “It’s quite an unusual amount and scale of ordnance.
Story: BBC News | Photo: Phil Bridges