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Warning signs up following landslide

28th March 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Warning signs have been put up at points along a stretch of Scottish coastal path to warn members of the public about a series of landslides.

Parts of the trail running from Victoria Park, Arbroath, to Auchmithie, have been closed following the landslips, which occurred at the end of last week, the Arbroath Herald reports.

Council officials visited the section of path on Friday (March 25th) and took the decision to close it in the interest of public safety.

Warning signs – which read "Erosion causing undermining of cliff edge – Stay on main path" – have been installed.

The council's roads spokesperson, David May, told the newspaper the authority was working to re-open the path on a temporary basis.

"Certain areas in the two-mile stretch between Seaton Cliffs and Seaton Den remain closed meantime and I ask that, on safety grounds, members of the public observe the signage and barriers along the route, and avoid this stretch in particular," he said.

Scotland's coastal path is divided into 14 sections, with each section then divided into paths. It includes routes from Aberdeen to Inverness and Cape Wrath to Ullapool.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800477475-ADNFCR


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