Cross channel ferry services resume from Weymouth tomorrow a year and a half after they were stopped suddenly when the quayside started to collapse.
Services were diverted along the coast to Poole which meant a devastating blow to local businesses. The harbour has now been rebuilt at a cost of four and half million pounds:
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