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Access route from Moss Bank to Cambridge North Station under construction in February 2017.

Construction of pedestrian and cycle access from Moss Bank to Cambridge North Station, in February 2017.

Left turn only marking on the Long Road end of Adrian Way

The path on Ditton Meadows is already heavily used at times.

Cycleway over Ditton Meadows in Cambridge. Cyclists riding towards the river Cam.

The railway bridge over the river Cam. This is also a possible location for the Chesterton-Abbey bridge to connect to the Science Park Station.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Stall Bike at Coldhams Common. Campaigners counting four times as many cyclists as walkers during the morning rush. The Campaign was promoting the Coldhams Common Consultation, which you can fill in online at ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Stall Bike at Coldhams Common. Campaigners counting four times as many cyclists as walkers during the morning rush. The Campaign was promoting the Coldhams Common Consultation, which you can fill in online a ... [more]

Looking along the fence line of the railway - to gauge whether there is enough room for the Chisholm Trail.

Looking along the fence line of the railway - to gauge whether there is enough room for the Chisholm Trail.

Jim suggesting options for the Chisholm Trail.

View of the Cambridge Women's Refuge Centre from the back garden of a property in Cavendish Road.

Access to the "Great Kneighton Cyclebahn" near Trumpington Meadows. Barratt Homes sales agent recommended using the guided bus to the railway station or cycling the car route (Trumpington Road, Long Road), apparently unaware of the 2 1/4 mi ... [more]

This ready made lane for the Chisholm Trail runs from Clifton Road behind the removable barrier to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48768.

The public open space by this development on Rustat Road gives pedestrian (and cycle) access to Clifton Road. See also #48777.

This ready made lane for the Chisholm Trail runs from Clifton Road to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48776.

This lane on Network Rail land runs from Clifton Road to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48775.

Here at the end of Clifton Road there is a door for access to the lane by the Network Rail track. See also #48774.

Enclosed bridge for walking and cycling across the railway tracks by the station.

This lane on Network Rail land runs from Clifton Road to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48773.

This lane on Network Rail land runs from Clifton Road to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48771.

This lane on Network Rail land runs from Clifton Road to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48770.

This lane on Network Rail land continues to the maintenance depot entrance at the end of Cavendish Road. See also #48769.

Network Rail maintenance shed behind Nuffield Health (former "greens") gym on Coldhams Lane with Cromwell Road. Weston Homes dwelling under construction.

Waiting area for when the two sections of the railway bridge (with attached foot- and cycle bridge) swing up. See part of the mechanism to the right. A picture of the mechanism http://www.fotocommunity.de/pc/pc/display/22595519 . See also # ... [more]

A cycleway alongside a electrified railway tracks. The see through metal grid bridge is attached to a rolling bascule bridge over the river Hunte near the Oldenburg harbour. A picture of the bridge when up: http://fotowelt.chip.de/k/archite ... [more]

Intercity trains running alongside this cycleway. Please note street lighting and "sensible" segregation between the electrified track and the foot- & cycleway. See #48134 for the combined bridge.

Cycleway alongside an electrified railway line complete with street lighting and a foot&cycle bridge attached to a folding railway bridge, see #48133.

The Chisholm Trail and increased permeability towards the Science Park Station and the Business Park could make this Penny Ferry and Pike&Eel a much better location for a pub and or restaurant. Protest attended by people from Old Chesterton ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign Stall Bike at the Chesterton Festival. Lots of interest in the Chisholm Trail, many people looking forward to it. See the Chisholm Trail poster in the background: http://cycle.st/p40218

Draft display of the Chisholm Trail route with pictures of the area. See also http://cycle.st/g207

Weston development on Cromwell Rd behind "greens gym". This development needs to be prepared for a Chisholm Trail access / exit towards the railway line.

Area between "greens gym" and railworks, which is at a different level. The area between the fence and the railswork building looks like an embankment, where it may be difficult to get a cycleway through.

Weston doesn't seem to be too impressed by the building permission application process.

South-easterly view from Sleaford Street across the tracks towards Ridgeons off Cromwell Road. For a view from Stone Terrace >> #37979<<.

View across the railway tracks from Sleaford Street. For a view from Stone Terrace >> #37979<<.

View south from Stone Terrace, which could provide a ready made exit for the Chisholm Trail. Go to Hooper Street >> #37975<<.

View north from Stone Terrace, which could provide a ready made exit for the Chisholm Trail. For a view in south-easterly direction >> #37980<<.

View south in an area with room for the Chisholm Trail. Easy exits at Hooper Street, Ainsworth Terrace, Stone Street, Sleaford Street and the Beehive Centre.

There should be enough space to be made easily available for the Chisholm Trail on the western side of the railway track, from the Railway Station through Mill Road bridge to Hooper Street (south of the grey transformer box). View from Mill ... [more]

View north of Hooper Street. If all the tracks are in use the area will be somewhat tight for the Chisholm Trail here.

There are open arches through Mill road bridge on both sides of the railway line, in addition to these sealed off arches.

View north from the western (city centre) side of Mill Road Bridge, above an open arch. The City Council's Service Depot is to the left. View north from the Centre of Mill Road Bridge >> #37971<<.

View from Mill Road Bridge in northerly direction. Cambridge City Services Depot on the left. See the track on the eastern side of the railway line >> #37970<<.

Ready made track on the eastern side of the railway line, from Mill Road bridge arches in northerly direction. See the arches under Mill Road bridge >> #37968<<.

Ready made track on the eastern side of the railway line, from Mill Road bridge arches north.

Mill Road bridge has good size, open arches on both sides of the track which would suit the Chisholm Trail. See the southern end of the arch (on the left) >> #37966<<.

Mill Road bridge has good size, open arches on both sides of the track which would suit the Chisholm Trail.

Arch on the western side of Mill Road bridge. See >> #37965<< for a view of the track south of the gate.

View south from Mill Road Bridge's eastern side towards Carter Bridge. See #37966 for the arch behind the fence at the bottom of the picture. See >> #37964<< for a zoom.

Zoomed-in view south from Mill Road Bridge's eastern side towards Carter Bridge. It has a ready made track, suitable for the Chisholm Trail. For a view of the western track see >> #37961<<.

View from Mill Road bridge toward the Railway Station staff car park.

View south from Mill Road bridge towards Carter Bridge.

Possible route for the Chisholm Trail from the staff car park at the railway station, past Trevor Perkins to a free arch >> #37960<< under Mill Road bridge. See #37957 from Carter Bridge in the opposite direction.

Arch available for the Chisholm trail on the western (city centre) side of Mill Road bridge (see also #37957), roughly between the staff car park and the City Council depot. For a view towards Carter Bridge at railway station >> #37959<<.

View of the railway staff car park zoomed in from Mill Road bridge. For a view from behind the fence under Carter Bridge see >> #37958<<.

Possible route for the Chisholm Trail on the western (city centre) side of the railway track by the station. Picture taken from underneath Carter Bridge, looking north towards the arches under Mill Road bridge. For a similar view from above ... [more]

Possible route for the Chisholm Trail on the western (city centre) side of the railway track by the station. See arch from the bridge in #37960 . Picture taken from Carter Bridge looking north towards the arches under Mill Road bridge. See ... [more]

Ready made route for the Chisholm Trail on the eastern side of the railway track by the station (from the opposite end #37964). Section from from Carter Bridge to Mill Road bridge arch. View south >> #37955<<.

Ready made route for the Chisholm Trail on the eastern side of the railway track by the station. Picture taken from Carter Bridge looking south towards Clifton Road. This could potentially be the space for a second entrance and ticket hall ... [more]

Hopefully space can be allocated here for the Chisholm Trail. Follow the Chisholm Trail, from Sleaford Road >> #37982<<.

View across the railway track from the backend of the Beehive Centre towards Cromwell Road. For a view along the tracks in southerly direction see >> #37619<<.

Hopefully space can be allocated here for the Chisholm Trail. For a view across the railway line see >> #37618<<.

There are plenty of (blocked) arches under Coldhams Lane bridge, here the western side by Henley Road. Freeing one of these for cyclists and pedestrians should be good for the shops either side. See also >> #37617<<.

There are plenty of (blocked) arches under Coldhams Lane bridge, here the Beehive Centre side. Freeing one of these for cyclists and pedestrians to get to Coldhams Lane and Henley Road should be good for the shops either side. For a view of ... [more]

There are plenty of (blocked) arches under Coldhams Lane bridge, here the western side by Henley Road. Freeing one of these for cyclists and pedestrians should be good for the shops either side. For a view of these bridge arches from the Be ... [more]

The railway track between Barnwell Junction and Coldhams Lane, taken from the end of Henley Road, from behind the DSG Comet / PC World shop off Newmarket Road. For a view from the other side of the track, at the end of Coldhams Road tradin ... [more]

If this is not enough space for the Chisholm trail it could go down Henley Road. For a zoomed in view of the track see >> #37611 <<.

Zoomed view from Coldhams Lane bridge to Barnwell Junction, with the grey metal structure of ramblers bridge in the background. The end of Coldhams Road to the right and the end of Henley Road with the backside of the DSG Comet / PC World s ... [more]

View from Choldhams Lane bridge towards the post delivery office and Coldhams Road (to the right). For a view from the other side of the bridge see >> #37612<<.

The Chisholm Trail could use existing infrastructure like Coldham Road. See from below #37462.

Private fishing lake south of Newmarket Road with view towards Leper Chapel and west of the CU stadium.

The railway track south of Newmarket Road. At this section by the fishing lake (see #37608) there should potentially be enough space for the Chisholm Trail either side. For a view of the track see >> #37606<<.

Old pill box could obstruct the Chisholm Trail. Picture taken from the fishing lake towards the backend of Newmarket Road shop. For a view from the end of nearby Coldhams Road trading estate >> #37475 <<.

The railway track south of Newmarket Road. At this section there should potentially be enough space for the Chisholm Trail either side. There is also space at the private fishing lake >> #37607 <<.

At the southern bridge at Barnwell Junction the Chisholm Trail runs into a wall. Is drilling an archway an option? The northern bridge has one see #36527.

At the southern bridge at Barnwell Junction the Chisholm Trail runs into a wall. Is drilling an archway an option? The northern bridge has one see #37480. For a view south towards Coldhams Lane >> #37476 <<

Looking south from behind the offices of CSR plc at the end of Cambridge Business Park. A link from Nuffield Road alongside the alotments has been proposed for access to the Science Park station. The Chisholm Trail could connect to that and ... [more]

Moss Bank could give the Chisholm Trail access to the Science Park railway station. Not sure what the three white pillars behind the fence are, but the door makes me think they require maintenance. See >> #37502<< from Moss Bank side of the ... [more]

Moss Bank could give the Chisholm Trail access to the Science Park railway station. Not sure what the three white pillars behind the fence are, but the door makes me think they require maintenance. View from the Moss Bank link south towards ... [more]

View from a railway access at the northern end of Moss Bank towards Fen Road. For a view from the opposite side (Fen Road crossing towards the backend of the houses on Moss Bank) >> #36545<<.

The western side of the railway bridge over the Cam. A bridge for walking and cycling across should ideally clip onto this railway bridge when building the Chisholm Trail. See #37495 for a view from the opposite side. For a closer look at t ... [more]

The eastern side of the railway bridge over the Cam. A bridge for walking and cycling across should ideally clip onto this railway bridge when building the Chisholm Trail. The western (city facing) side of the bridge >> #37500 <<.

View alongside the railway line towards the ramblers bridge. For the view from the Millenium Path side see >> #37652<<.

View over the eastern border of Stourbridge Common, as seen from the west of the ramblers bridge (ground level) to the Cam with the railway bridge over the river. This private and railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm ... [more]

View over the eastern border of Stourbridge Common, as seen from the west of the ramblers bridge (ground level) to the Cam with the railway bridge over the river. This private and railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm ... [more]

View from the ramblers bridge to the railway bridge over the River Cam. This railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. For a view from the southen bank of the Cam towards the ramblers bridge see #37498. For a view ... [more]

View from the ramblers bridge to the bridge over River Cam with train. This Railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. View from western side (Fen Ditton side) of the bridge towards the river >> #37491<<.

From the western side of the ramblers bridge in direction of the river Cam.

View from the ramblers bridge to the River Cam. This Railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. See also Ditton Meadows #30549. For a view across the railway track, ramblers bridge, Stourbridge Common >> #37490 <<.

Stourbridge Common with view over the double track railway line, as seen from the ramblers bridge (for a pretty view #37506). The Chisholm Trail may have to go around the bridge. View north towards Barnwell Junction >> #37489 <<.

Ramblers bridge (between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows) towards Barnwell Junction. This Railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. View north towards Barnwell Junction >> #37484 <<.

Ramblers bridge (between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows). This Railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. View south from the bridge to the bridge over the Cam >> #37493 <<.

Picture taken with a zoom from the ramblers bridge (between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows) towards Barnwell Junction. This Railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. Pictures #37483 show the view from the Ba ... [more]

Picture taken from the ramblers bridge (between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows) towards Barnwell Junction. This Railway land should hopefully provide space for the Chisholm Trail. Pictures #37481 and #37481 show it from the opposite ... [more]

Railway land taken from the ramblers bridge (between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows). It should provide space for the Chisholm Trail. See also #37484,

Railway land taken from the ramblers bridge (between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows) towards Barnwell Junction. It should provide space for the Chisholm Trail. Landscape view #37486 . Zoom into Barnwell Junction >> #37487 <<.

Possible route for the Chisholm Trail. Picture of view through the section from Barnwell Junction scrap yards of Swann Road to the railway line. See #36526 as seen from the Newmarket Road bridge.

Possible route for the Chisholm Trail. Picture of the section from Barnwell Junction to the River Cam. See the ramblers bridge in the background. For a view from the easter side (near Leper Chapel) of the bridge >> #37481 <<.

Possible route for the Chisholm Trail. Picture of the section from Barnwell Junction to the River Cam. See the ramblers bridge in the background. Newmarket Road crossing to Coldhams Common >> #36572 <<.

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