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The Times letter pages and opinion pieces were buzzing in 1901 following the storm damage of Dec 31 1900. The arguments for and against restoration are familiar, the right of free access is argued as fences are erected and the public charged a shilling to enter; the right of the private owner to do as he will with his property and the case for state ownership are made.
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