See Lowestoft, Felixstowe including the 1953 floods, Aldeburgh and Southwold from the skies over the last 100 years
In our final look at Historic England's archive of aerial images spanning the last century, we showcase the changing face of Suffolk's coastal towns and areas.
The organisation has made more than 400,000 pictures available in an online library for the public to view and we've highlighted Lowestoft, Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness, Southwold, Sizewell and Dunwich.
If viewing on a desktop, you can zoom in on all of Historic England's photos.
Felixstowe – including the aftermath of the 1953 floods
Aldeburgh and Thorpeness
Sizewell - construction of the nuclear power station
To see a bird's eye view of how West Suffolk's towns and villages have changed over the years, click here.
For East Suffolk's towns, click here.