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Walensee - Standenhorn Tunnel Location: , Dorfli (Canton of Glarus, Switzerland) This tunnel with a length of 235 meters was built during the construction of the new road and todays motorway along the lake. It is only for cyclists and … [more]

The cycle route ahead Location: , Swale Borough (England, United Kingdom)

Fletcher Way bridge, Hemel Hempstead Location: Leverstock Green, Hemel Hempstead (England, United Kingdom)

Steps at the Harpenden end of the Nickey Line Location: , Harpenden (England, United Kingdom)

Ambrose Lane bridge, Harpenden Location: , Harpenden (England, United Kingdom)

Cycle Routes Location: Appley Bridge (England, United Kingdom) The cross-roads of two cycle routes, the Lancashire Cycleway, and the canal between Wigan and Burscough Note that the route numbers are on a red background (NCN) instead of … [more]

Canalside Location: Standish Lower Ground (England, United Kingdom) A bit further towards Gathurst. The river Douglas runs alongside the canal just to the left.

Beech Street Underpass Location: Barbican, London (England, United Kingdom) 31 March 2013. Underpass running beneath the Barbican.

The NCN 61 cycle route Location: , Panshanger Aerodrome (England, United Kingdom)

The NCN 61 cycle route Location: , Letty Green (England, United Kingdom)

Tunnel under the A414 Location: , Cole Green (England, United Kingdom)

Bridge over the railway, Hatfield Location: Smallford, St. Albans (England, United Kingdom)

Cycle route signs, Hatfield Location: Smallford, St. Albans (England, United Kingdom) The sign to Welwyn Garden City is pointing in the wrong direction. It should be pointing in the opposite direction to the St. Albans sign.

Bridge over Camp Road, St. Albans Location: Porters Wood, St. Albans (England, United Kingdom)

Hill End station platform, St. Albans Location: Smallford, St. Albans (England, United Kingdom)

The cycle route under the A1081 Location: Porters Wood, St. Albans (England, United Kingdom)

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Canterbury.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Whitstable.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Clowes Wood.

Approaching Clowes Wood on the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). About to cross the A299.

The Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) bears to the left here.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) climbing into Clowes Wood. Almost at the top. The route bears to the right as it enters a clearing.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) through Clowes Wood.

At the top of the hill following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) through Clowes Wood. The C&W (NCR1) route bears downhill to the right towards Canterbury. The route to the left takes a circular route to the car park.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) downhill to route of Crab and Winkle railway.

Clowes Wood

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) passing through Clowes Wood.

Artwork beside Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) at the Canterbury end of the route.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) running along the edge of a field at Amery Court farm, near Blean.

"Winding pond" rest area. A winding engine used to be based here to haul the train up a hill on the Crab and Winkle route. From here the route joins the original route that the Crab and Winkle railway took.

Just outside the winding pond rest area, looking down the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Whitstable, along the original route of the Crab and Winkle railway.

Entrance to traffic-free portion of Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) at South Street, Whitstable. Looking South towards Canterbury. Watch out for motorists when coming out of this junction.

Returning to Canterbury along the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The bridge over the A299 can be seen halfway down the picture with Clowes Wood beyond that.

Climb into Clowes Wood along the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

View north along the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Deal Castle, as viewed from NCR1.

Five Arches Greenway - Shared use Footway Location: Radstock (England, United Kingdom) Charlton Road, Midsomer Norton, looking west. "Segregated" cycle/footway, as indicated by paintwork and sign.

Five Arches Greenway Construction - Day: Lost-Count Location: Norton, Radstock (England, United Kingdom) At long last, signing installed. I was told "by Christmas", and for once it was right - just.

Just passing through Location: , Portishead (England, United Kingdom)

Malago Greenway Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Path next to disused railway under the M5

Malago Greenway Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Danny MacAskill & The Clan, Look NO hands!! Location: Yorkhill, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom) Just a bit of showing off..... (Danny's the one in the Orange)

Strawberry Line path Location: Yatton, Hewish Archway marking the start of the Strawberry Line path. Slightly spooky. All it seemed to need was the legend "Arbeit macht frei" attached.

Cherry Avenue bridge is open Location: Noble Square, Chicago (Illinois, United States) This bridge is for pedestrians, bicyclists, and trains only. The tracks have a unique treatment that allows bicyclists to ride on top of the rails and … [more]

Incoming Tide Location: , Beal (England, United Kingdom) No way across to Holy Island now, however 18 cars have apparently got stuck this year!

Crap Cycle Path Design Part 99 Location: , Buckland Dinham (England, United Kingdom) Why, oh why did they design a cattle grid on a cycle path where you have to steer your bike whilst on the wet slippery grids. Just goes to show what a … [more]

Sunny Saturday Simply Cycling in Somerset Location: , Mells (England, United Kingdom) Super. Mells. See where this picture was taken. [?]

NCN24 Sign at Great Elm Location: , Great Elm (England, United Kingdom) It only took about four years of patient negotiation with the local authority and the local populace by Sustrans but, at long last, one of the last unsigned … [more]

Miners' Memorial, comprising of one of the winding wheels from Somerset's last working colliery - Kilmersdon - which closed in 1973.

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