“Old beach chairs, a section of a wood deck and, of course, beer bottles were among the detritus suspended in a 15-foot wall of sand left behind by the weekend nor’easter.”

The pillars on a boardwalk at the Cape Henry beach in Virginia Beach are exposed Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, after recent storms that washed away about 15 feet of dune. (Thé N. Pham | The Virginian-Pilot)

The pillars on a boardwalk at the Cape Henry beach in Virginia Beach are exposed Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, after recent storms that washed away about 15 feet of dune. (Thé N. Pham | The Virginian-Pilot)

At Pilotonline.com.

A city beach replenishment last shored up the dune in 2010, said Mike Mundy, a city water resources engineer. The area is scheduled to get more sand in 2016.

A wall of sand on the Jefferson-Raleigh Beach Path in Ocean Park. Photo swiped from Linda from OP Facebook Group page.

A wall of sand on the Jefferson-Raleigh Beach Path in Ocean Park. Photo swiped from Linda from OP Facebook Group page.

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