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Gallery: Parker's Piece gate

The gate which replaces bollards where the cycle path joins Regent Terrace. A a result there is now a narrow gap through which pedestrians enter or leave Parker's Piece at this point.

This gallery was created on Monday, 24th May 2010

Cyclist waiting at the new Parker's Piece gate

Cyclists queueing to get past the new Parker's Piece gate

Cyclists waiting at the new Parker's Piece gate

Cyclists waiting and swerving at the new Parker's Piece gate

Cyclists lining up to get through the new Parker's Piece gate

Cyclists queueing to pass through the new Parker's Piece gate.

Cyclists waiting for a pedestrian at the new gate on Parker's Piece.

Cyclist waiting for pedestrians at the new gate on Parker's Piece

Cyclist passing the new gate on Parker's Piece at a pretty awkward angle, having given way to another cyclist.

The reflective strips on the black-painted gate at the exit from Parker's Piece show up well in the flash from a camera. Otherwise the gate is almost invisible. Visible or not, it narrows considerable the route on and off Parker's Piece, fo ... [more]

Conflict at the Parker's Piece gate - this little chap was dawdling and his mother wasn't paying attention.

Conflict at the new Parker's Piece gate - the near cyclist nipped through and swerved around to the right of the cycle stands.

Queueing at the new Parker's Piece gate

It fits!

Conflict at the new Parker's Piece gate

There's a new gate across the entry to Parker's Piece. That's right, you can't see it, it's black and there are no reflective strips.

The new gate on to Parker's Piece now locked open, with reflective strips attached.

Bollards on Parker's Piece (which were installed to stop instances of cars driving onto the Piece) forming an obstruction. This is before changes were made following a request by the Campaign.

Bollards on Parker's Piece (which were installed to stop instances of cars driving onto the Piece) forming an obstruction. This is AFTER changes were made following a request by the Campaign.

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