The Undercliff Isle of Wight by Michael Freeman. A geographic history of the Undercliff, a narrow ribbon of uneven (and often unstable) tableland that extends for seven miles along the south-east coast of the Island. It is elevated some 100 to 200 feet above the sea and backed by near vertical scarp faces or steep downs. It is renowned for its micro-climate, especially in winter, once the resort of well-off Victorians.
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