Giant pipes washed up on Norfolk beaches could take weeks to recover

Giant pipes washed up on Norfolk beaches could take weeks to recover

Giant 480m long pipes wash up on UK shores

The recovery of four giant plastic pipes washed up on the Norfolk coast may take "several weeks", the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) has said. Norwegian manufacturer Pipelife Norge said the 8ft (2.4m) diameter pipes broke loose from a tugboat when 

Mystery initially surrounded the 8ft wide, 1,500ft constructs, with pictures showing them snaking along the beach. But it later emerged the pipes new and were destined for a large project in Algeria and said there is no danger or potential for …
Massive sections of plastic undersea pipe — one measuring nearly a third-of-a-mile long – have washed up on British beaches along the Norfolk coast, much to the surprise of beachgoers. An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com,. The huge bore pipes were being tugged from Norway to Algeria when they came loose from their vessel. The longest pipe, washed ashore at Sea Palling beach, measures 480 metres – nearly 10 times the size of Nelson's Column. The pipes, which measure. A number of gigantic Norwegian-made bore plastic pipes were discovered washed up on the English coast, officials said on Thursday (August 10). The pipes, which are around two metres in diameter and 100 metres long, came free while under tow off the

Giant 480m long pipes wash up on UK shores

Giant pipes wash up on UK beaches

Giant pipes wash up on UK beaches

Beachgoers in Norfolk were shocked to find huge sections of 2.4 metre wide pipe had washed up overnight. Photo / ITN. Daily Mail. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook.

Massive pipes up to a quarter of a mile long have been washed up on beaches near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk creating a new draw for tourists. The plastic pipelines are between 600 and 1,500 feet long and came loose while being transported at sea to …

Giant pipes wash up on United Kingdom beaches

Sections of pipe almost half a kilometre long have washed up on a British beach. The pipes came loose as they were being towed to Algeria in north Africa for a large project. READ MORE: Bitten teen's dad films Melbourne beach sea fleas. The largest …

Huge pipes wash up on British beach after ship accident

Several huge plastic pipes that are up to 480 metres long have washed up on the English coast. The Norwegian-made pipes, which are approximately 2.5 metres in diameter, came loose while being towed from the East Anglian coast and washed up in. Beachgoers in Norfolk were shocked this morning to find huge sections of 8ft wide pipe had washed up overnight. Two pieces were found at Winterton and Sea Palling beaches, the largest of which was 1,574ft (480m) long. Another two 660ft (about 200m)

LONDON/OSLO (Reuters) – Four gigantic Norwegian-made plastic pipes up to 480 metres (1575 ft) long were discovered washed up on the English coast after a collision with a container ship in the North Sea, officials said on Friday. The pipes …

Pipe sections up to half a kilometre long wash up on Norfolk coast

The bore pipes, one of which measures almost 500 metres in length, are among 12 which broke free while being towed to Algeria this week. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said it has been working with the industry involved, local government,

Giant pipes, which came loose while being towed by a tug off the East Anglian coast, have washed ashore on beaches in Norfolk. Norwegian manufacturer Pipelife Norge said the 8ft (2.4m) diameter pipes broke loose from a tugboat when they were hit by

FOUR gigantic plastic pipes, one of which is five times taller than Big Ben, have been discovered washed up on beaches in Norfolk. The pipes, approximately 2.5 metres in diameter, broke loose while under tow off the East Anglian coast and washed up by


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