The length is 200 to 250 feet; the cost is from Ap600 to Ap800 according to depth of foundation. ... They are in fair repair and partly buried. ... and is not replaced by the next tide with one sufficient to cover 3 or 4 piles, there will probably be serious damage in rough weather, as well as the loss of considerable shingle. ... The storm slope is 1:5 or 1:6 on the upper part of beach and 1:10 or ... Long groynes bring up sand, but shingle keeps to within a couple of hundred feet of high water mark.
|Title||:||Report by Board of Commerce and Navigation, New Jersey, on the Erosion and Protection of the New Jersey Beaches|
|Author||:||New Jersey. Board of Commerce and Navigation. Engineering Advisory Board on Coast Erosion|