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Tuesday, 26 February 2008

Delight as tower move completed

A Purbeck landmark which inspired generations of writers has been saved from ruin on a crumbling cliff edge.

Clavell Tower, which provided crime writer PD James with the inspiration for The Black Tower and was one of the places Thomas Hardy courted his first love, Eliza Nicholl, was moved brick by brick from its precarious perch on a cliff at Kimmeridge Bay.

READ MORE - Source: Bournemouth Daily Echo Monday 25th February 2008

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