Hallsands was a thriving fishing community on the south Devon coast before it was lost to the sea in 1917.
Hallsands was home to 128 residents and fishing was the main way of making a living.
Fishing was very much a family affair.
Hallsands was a tight-knit community - complete with a pub.
Dredging in the bay led to the removal of sand and gravel from 1897 - 20 years before Hallsands finally succumbed to the sea.
The final destruction happened during the night of 26 January 1917.
The beach and homes were all washed away.
Hallsands was left in ruins. Today, the remnants are sealed off for safety reasons.
Some structures still stand...but not many.
A rusty reminder of the former fishing community at Hallsands.
The loss of Hallsands has been described as a testament to man's folly in trying to interfere with the sea.
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