Fire brigade evacuating Kilnsea, bit surreal getting the riot act read to us whilst having a pint in a flooded Crown and Anchor and basically being told that we will more than likely die
Water coming over the road near Kilnsea Wetlands
River Humber on the road at the Crown
The Crown car park
The morning after the night before
The Riverside Carpark
Looking across the triangle from Borrow Pit bank, about the only bit of land not under water! Canal Scrape on the left of picture!
Water flowing off Clubleys
The view from Numpties looking north from the Warren
The ringing Lab
The Trap and Warren Compound
Barry's old house and the back of the Warren compound
The front of the Warren
A Shelduck sat in the sheep field at the Warren! Note the debris on the road
High tide warning....
The beach now comes up to the back of the Warren, with the footpath to the seawatching hide wiped out
Where the road has been wiped out south of the Warren
3 Telegraph poles were wiped out
The new road is now under 3ft of sand off the beach!
The road torn to pieces
Weren't allowed any further south than here due to live wires! Before there were 3 posts where there were no dunes protecting the road, now there is 8 post lengths!
The southern corner of the triangle overlooking Canal Scrape, the sheep narrowly survived on a small island
A casualty of the flood
Stonechat overlooking a very wet Kilnsea Wetlands car park
View from Kilnsea Wetlands hide
Short-eared Owl in front of a knackered Beacon Ponds hide
A lot of extra water on Beacon Ponds!
Little Tern breeding habitat....
The flow of water leaving ponds
The hide took a bit of a battering!
The ditch where the Great Snipe was filled with gas cylinders and debris from the Campsite
The view across the car park at the Bluebell and Borrowpit!
The campsite was badly affected with several caravans wrecked
No londer a Sandy Beach!