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Mullion Cove: the 19th-century harbour is owned by the National Trust which has been exploring options for its long-term sustainable management. A 2006 study concluded that repair and maintenance until failure should be adopted, followed by managed retreat a controlled process of loss and consolidation, after which the harbour would revert to its natural state as a cove. (Photo: John Such, suchgoodpictures.co.uk)Image originally appeared in IHBC's 2017 Yearbook. Conserving Cornish harbours, by Hilary Wyatt. http://www.ihbc.org.uk/page55/page58/index.html
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