This seawall built in Plymouth harbor in Massachusetts in 1938 has withstood many nor'easters over years. It was built by the WPA, Works Progress Association, under the Roosevelt administration which built public works projects.
The jagged rocks on the top were added later to discourage people from sitting or standing on top of it.
September 3rd, 2014
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