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Millennium Milepost Glastonbury This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T2/4 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bridgwater 18.25 2) The Tor 2.75

Gateway where NCN3 exits onto Midddle Drove, just outside of Glastonbury. The gateway is a good width of 1m, and I have never seen it closed. The step on the bottom of the gateway is quite small, less than 2.5cm. Note that the path leading … [more]

An A frame at the western entrance to the RSPB Ham Wall reserve. Gap through the frame is just 60cm. Note that the gate alongside the A frame here has a RADAR lock, but the gate at the other end of the trail beside a similar A frame has a … [more]

An A frame at the eastern end of the trail through Ham Wall RSPB reserve. Gap through the frame is just 60cm. This has been reported to the LA without success. The gate alongside is locked but does not have a RADAR lock - the gate at the … [more]

NCN3 / Stone Down Lane outside Glastonbury. This is an unsurfaced track which is very steep in places and can be muddy in wet conditions, with the additional hazard of loose gravel. It can be bypassed by taking Gypsy Lane and Basketfield … [more]

Sign for NCN route 26, Glastonbury

Cycle parking at St John's church, Glastonbury

Not enough cycle parking, Glastonbury

Sign for NCN route 3, Glastonbury

Cycle parking at Glastonbury Abbey

Bikes parked at Glastonbury 2010 (no stands provided)

Side-by-side tandem and trailer, Glastonbury 2010

Cycle-trishaw charging around rather crazily, Glastonbury 2010

Unusual cyclists posing for photos, Glastonbury 2010

Get yourself photographed with cyclists, how very novel - Glastonbury 2010.

Cyclists at the back of the crowd watching Snoop Dogg, Glastonbury 2010

Bikes at Glastonbury 2010 (where there are no bike stands). On a screen in the distance, Snoop Dogg - probably not a cyclist.

Police at Glastonbury 2010.

'Peddling refreshment' - bike-powered smoothie blender at Glastonbury 2010.

'Peddling refreshment' - bike-powered smoothie blender at Glastonbury 2010

Most of the people who pay to attend the Glastonbury Festival walk around the site, most of those who are paid to be there go around in Land Rovers, a few smart people bring bikes.

Cycle-powered family at Glastonbury 2010

Stylish cyclist and security guard at Glastonbury 2010

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