Storms damage UK landmarks

January 09, 2014 - 11:45:39 am

A man carries his belongings at the flooded Abbeyfields mobile park home in Chertsey, southern England, yesterday. Fierce storms have destroyed ancient landmarks on Britain’s coastline. A centuries-old rock arch at Porthcothan Bay in Cornwall, southwest England, collapsed into a heap of rubble after being battered by towering waves up to 50-feet high. A cliff stack known as Pom Pom rock on the so-called Jurassic Coast in Dorset, southern England, also disintegrated.