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THE northern extremity of Scarborough stands upon land from 100 to 175 feet above sea-level, which after falling abruptly to the sea-beach, forms the North Cliff and Undercliff, and skirting the North Bay for about 3 mile. The cliff was subject to extensive slips, and the undercliff to erosion by the sea. The construction of the sea-wall described by Mr. W. Eliot" M. Inst. C.E.,l has secured the undercliff at that part from the sea ; Downloaded by [ University of Liverpool] on [19/09/16]. Papers.) AYTOUN ON THE NORTH CLIFF, SCARBOROUGH.doi:10.1680/imotp.1891.20491 fatcat:kyjmakkukfcfhc2ed46x5qfoie