Storms have damaged the steps at Polperro Harbour in Cornwall, causing problems for anyone who uses the harbour regularly. The steps provide access to boats and are thought to now need extensive repairs.
But there has been no repeat of the serious flooding and damage caused by storms there earlier in the year.
Dawlish railway station has now re-opened after being closed due to safety fears.
Big waves had come over the sea wall, threatening the line, but the weather has now subsided enough.
The mainline railway station is closed at Dawlish for safety reasons because waves are coming over the sea wall.
Buses are being arranged to serve the station, but there's no estimate for when these will be in place.
Trains can run through, with a speed restriction.
As the Transport Secretary visits Devon to discuss rail links in the county in the wake of the Dawlish disaster, one of the county's MPs says it is imperative that there should be an alternative route.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin is in Devon today to discuss new rail links between Exeter and Plymouth.
Network Rail is considering various options for more reliable services after part of the track was washed away in Dawlish last winter.
One is to reopen the old line through Okehampton, where much of the track still exists, Mr McLaughlin will meet campaigners.
The £800 million scheme has the support of local MPs.
The team of engineers who worked to reopen the Dawlish rail link following the severe weather at the start of the year, will be awarded the prestigious Brunel Medal at the Institution of Civil Engineers Awards today.
The Brunel Medal, named after civil engineering great Isambard Kingdom Brunel, recognises individuals or teams who have shown excellence in civil engineering. This year it goes to a team who repaired part of a railway Brunel himself designed.
The legacy of the winter storms continues to be felt right across our region with many communities still struggling to get back to normal - and in many cases rebuild their shattered livelihoods.
And none more so than the Cornish fishing village of Porthleven. Repairs are continuing to the picturesque harbour there, while many of the fishermen have only recently got back to sea. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy has been to meet some of them.
A beach cafe in South East Cornwall that was destroyed by the winter storms will officially reopen today. The Seaton beach cafe was left in tatters after waves crashed through the village in January. It has been completely rebuilt after being closed since the beginning of February.
A hotelier has told ITV News that Cornwall's been forgotten by the Government in the race to get the county up and running following the winter storms.
Zoe Holmes who runs the Bay Hotel at Coverack says this should be one of their busiest times of the year but trade is down by two thirds.
The main road into the village has been closed since the middle of February and might not re-open until the end of May.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports: