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New crossing of B1102 near Anglesey Abbey. The refuge appears to be approximately 1.8 - 2 metres deep. Although this seems to be the same length as a typical bicycle, you would have to be extraordinarily confident to try and wait in this re ... [more]

Someone's enjoying the new cycleway along field edges near the B1102 quite a bit.

New cycleway behind hedges along field edge near B1102

New cycleway along hedges by B1102

End of the new cycle route connects to small street through business park. Seems a bit confusing to people about the best way to navigate it.

Looking at the end of the new pathway from across the road, Anglesey Abbey-side. Somehow an informal uncontrolled crossing is going to be installed here. There's no possible way the refuge is going to be large enough for a bicycle much less ... [more]

Unfinished end of the pathway across from Anglesey Abbey. Not yet surfaced.

Field-edge pathway, separated from highway by hedge. Will be very nice when done. Not yet surfaced.

End of hedge separated portion of pathway - connection unfinished - machinery still in place.

Beginning of on-highway verge-separated section of path - the connection between the hedge-separated portion and here is not yet complete.

New pathway, in this section there is a 0.5m-wide verge. Less separation than standards call for but certainly much better than what we had before (nothing), and connects to very nice hedge-separated pathways.

Pathway gets a nice healthy 2.5m-wide verge for a bit.

Hedge protected pathway

Unfinished section of pathway

Pathway behind hedges again for a bit.

Unbuilt end of the pathway

Where the new under-construction pathway currently ends, at the edge of Stow-cum-Quy. If I recall correctly, it will continue a bit further -- when fully built -- rather than unceremoniously dumping you in national-speed-limit territory.

Subsiding shared use cycle path alongside B1102 between Lode and Longmeadow. See also #23790.

Subsiding shared use cycle path alongside B1102 between Lode and Longmeadow. See also #23791.

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