A train line literally suspended. This is Dawlish in the south west of England, where high seas have washed away the sea wall. It's the latest victim of the extreme weather that's been battering the coast for weeks, and it's expected to take at least six weeks to repair. Storms in neighbouring Cornwall have done an estimated 14 million pounds in damage. And business leaders say the closure of the train line will cost the region millions of pounds every day it's out of use.