Just as elsewhere along the Holderness coast, the ice-age clays continually break and slide into the sea.
The process creeps towards the entrance to a caravan park...
...towards the pitches.
Caravans are moved away from the edge, leaving concrete bases...
...which will eventually succumb.
A chalet along the disappearing road is prepared for demolition.
The Aldbrough cliffs community is being rolled back.
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