Work is under way to repair damage to Whitehaven Harbour.
The Environment Agency, Copeland Borough Council and the Whitehaven Harbour Commission has secured more than £300,000 for repairs.
Damaged stonework will be replaced and the structure strengthened to protect against future bad weather.
Maintenance work is also being carried out on the lock gates.
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