We somehow managed to tresspass in the future, the past and the present during this proof...
Yarmouth in General
Pretty much anywhere in Yarmouth will be inaccessable in 10 years. It being situated right on the coastline it's directly in the firing line of Global Warming. Sea levels are predicted to rise, if the ice caps continue melting at the speed they are. Yarmouth is sunk.
See the arse shaped bit of the UK in the South East?
Yarmouth is right on the edge of it. Sunk.
So we could've just taken photo's around Yarmouth, but we wanted to go out and get tresspasing, so we hunted out some areas which will be inaccessible in a shorter timespan.
South Denes Industrial Estate coastline
This is what we found. The coastline and surrounding area around the South Denes industrial estate. Not only is it being built on via an international ferry and cargo port, the council have seen fit to allow yet more entertainment facilities on Yarmouth Coastline.
This is the first area, closest to the main seafront. It's where this Casino/Bowling/Cinema/Bingo/Pub/Restaurant/Fitness Centre will be located. Not that it'd be bad to have a good complex in Yarmouth, it's just it'll turn out terrible, and haunted by local ruffians. It is destroying an interesting strip of our coastline, which is not good. The South Denes industrial estate is surprisingly peaceful compared with the rest of Yarmouth, and mini-oasis spots are not uncommon.
It's a pity that they're building this here.
It'll undoubtedly bring more tourist aimed things further down the seafront, and wreck any interesting places up there. Not good.
Secondly, the port. The area where this building work was a bit more protected than a wall with a hole in it. There's a law against photography in ports according to Adam, but hey! They haven't even started building down this end yet.
The port will stretch from here, all the way up to the end, which is the oasis-like spot pictured above. The port will be much more useful than the entertainment complex, at least this will be serving a purpose to residents and tourists alike. The company building it say there will be a 1 hour express ferry to the Hook of Holland, which would be cool.
Although it is a lot of area taken up. And they've fenced the entire area off at once, rather than section by section, ruining many chances to go walking up here to think and take photos.
On our way back down the seafront we encountered various other interesting things. Such as what looks like a demolished toilet block, there's your past trespassing for you!
We also came across lots of junk that had been left behind by demolition and the general population, including a Morrisons petrol card expiring in 2000, an asthma inhaler, and a wheel used for holding coils of wire.
All in all, it's a pity to see it get developed, but we'll sure as hell get some use out of that entertainment complex. And hey, maybe once the port is built we can go on a European road trip!