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16Aug91 UK: HARFORD ENGINEERING'S 'POWER CLAMP' HELPS TO HOLD BACK NORTH SEA. By Peter Dorey

A new invention marketed by Harford Engineering has clawed back some time for the National Rivers Authority (NRA) in its never-ending battle to stop the North Sea flooding the East Anglian coast.On a windswept point near Bawdsey, Suffolk, tank traps and concrete gun emplacements, the remains of wartime defences against seaborne invaders, are now being used to fend off an invasion by the sea itself.Concrete blocks originally designed to stop German tanks in the event of an invasion during ...

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