Cromer in North Norfolk took a severe battering last night.
The grade two listed pier is closed after the sea tore up wooden decking and ripped holes in the floor of the pavilion theatre.
The funfair on the prom has gone, beach huts have been swept into the sea and great chunks of the huge, concrete sea wall are missing.
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Five days after the worst tidal surge to hit our region in 60 years, dozens of people are still waiting to return to their homes.
King's Lynn was one of the first places hit by yesterday's tidal surge, where the North Sea topped the town's flood defences.
The beach huts on Southwold seafront were damaged large waves during last night's storm.