Giant pipe washes up on Norfolk beach

Giant pipe segments have washed up on a beach on the coast of Norfolk.

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The 480m long pipes washed up at Winterton and Sea Palling.

They came loose as they were being tugged to Algeria in north Africa for a large project.

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