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Grants Lock, Oxford Canal towpath, narrow track.

[Image taken 11.12.22] Clifton Moor Leisure Park, Clifton Moor Gate, York. Locksharing. Context: #188721.

Bathhurst Lock swing bridge

[Image taken 25.10.22] Wellington Row, York. Context and links: #187236.

[Image taken 25.10.22] Wellington Row, York. Context and links: #187236.

I saw the bike that was here. Was probably worth about as much as the lock. My bike was parked next. Luckily, had better lock. Middle of the day, lots of people about.

Abandoned lock tags added by Cambridge City Council. To avoid the locks being cut and taken away the owner should remove the tags by the given date.

[Image taken 3.6.22] On a Northern Trains Limited ( service between York and Leeds via Burley Park. The owner of this cycle joined a group in another carriage so locked his cycle before he went. Other image with … [more]

This is a lock gate across the river Hull, in the up position. In the distance is the Myton Bridge.

Sign for an abandoned cycle lock on the railings opposite St John's College, Cambridge.

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. The basket has a sticker limiting the weight carried to 5kg. The design lets water run out the sides. There's an integrated lock. Other … [more]

[Image taken 17.4.21] Tower Gardens, York. The Sheffields (racks) are 115cm apart. This is good practice as in enables family groups to share racks and locks - see also: #166368. But also people who are wider at the 'clutter point' (at … [more]

[Image taken 9.4.21] Butcher Terrace, York. These Sheffields are at the entrance to Rowntree Park and among the green spaces at this end of the Millennium Bridge. So they are where they are useful. They are easy to find. They are clearly … [more]

[Image taken 9.4.21] Butcher Terrace/TerryAve/Rowntree Park/Millennium Bridge, York. A Winther Cargoo cargo bike shackled to a Sheffield (and two tiny cycles). See also: #167015

[Image taken 9.4.21] Sheffields at Butcher Terrace/Terry Ave/Rowntree Park/Millennium Bridge, York. A Winther Cargoo cargo bike shackled (see: #167016) to a Sheffield rack and two kids' cycles. These Sheffields are 120cm apart. Excellent … [more]

[Image taken 4.4.21] Rowntree Park, York. Another family sharing locks and rack space. (See also: #166369)

[Image taken 28.3.21] Rowntree Park, York. The two adult cycles have a lock around them. The two child cycles are not locked. Families need space to be able to put their cycles together. I believe 120cm should be the standard space between … [more]

[Image taken 28.3.21] Rowntree Park, York. Adult cycle with child seat, plus child bike sharing one lock. Families share locks and therefore need space to be able to put their cycles together. 100cm spacing between the Sheffields enables … [more]

Approaching the end of the shared-use path alongside the canal in Thorne, and another 'Cyclists Dismount' sign coming into view.

Wheeldon Mill Locks

Wheeldon Mill bottom lock looking south

Tapton Lock Visitors Centre on the TPT (Trans Pennine Trail)

Steep ramp from under bridge up to lock at Tapton - cyclists should use alternative route over bridge

A cyclist arrives in Leeds after a trip along the Trans-Penine Trail from Wortley.

NCN route 66 by the Rochdale Canal, Todmorden

Lock park

Head north here to turn around and go south under the bridge towards Hackney

The footbridge at Baits Bite Lock is not cycle friendly. This is an important crossing point and should be easy to improve.

Just five cycle parking stands at Manchester Victoria station, on platform 3, inside the ticket barrier area. Maybe there are more stands elsewhere, but the number of locks on the railings suggests that there should be more provided in the … [more]

Utilities company seat cover. Tip: Always lock well (but not with a lousy lock like in this picture). Location: , Wechloy (Lower Saxony, Germany)

@ScotRail Not sure it's a problem, couldn't you just add lock storage by the Dunbar bike racks? #transport #future

See clip at Baits Bite Lock provides a way of crossing. However, the bicycle ramps are very difficult to use (and I'm a quite fit strong person with a light bike). This is almost certainly a barrier to older and … [more]

"Lock it or lose it" notice in West Montgomery Place, but there's not a single cycle parking stand nearby.

Hertford Lock on NCN61. Cycle path turns right over bridge at east end of lock and continues on the opposite side of the Lea Navigation.

Path from Baites Bite lock to Horningsea.

National Cycle Networks route 51 runs along the Ouse towpath here.

Damaged bikes left out on street in residential area

Bikes locked to railings due to lack of suitable storage space in flats (see also #51224)

Streetscaping with only limited cycle parking stands, leading to cycles being locked to sign posts.

There are no cycle parking stands in the pedestrian precinct or nearby road, so this bike has ended up locked to a bin, and is a bit in the way! However, there's plenty of car parking.

This is an internal view of the Koffee Lock Cycle Cafe - the tables are recycled old pallets from Murry's Mill which once where used to support bales of cotton. The artwork pictures are internal shots of Murray's Mill taken by Garry Lomas … [more]

Birmingham & Fazeley Canal - Livery Street - Snow Hill Rail Bridge - lock (see also #38590)

Steep slope at canal lock, typical of the canal paths in Birmingham

When the main road near here is closed to a boat entering the lock, cyclists can push their bikes over this bridge to save waiting (in this case in the rain).

Boots: "Losing the weight has been the best thing I've ever done"/ Police Warning: "Lock it or lose it!.

Reading Station's notorious bike parking (where roughly 70 bikes were stolen between 2008-2010, although down from 116 '06-'08). Note the missing bike, top left (ahem, lock it through the frame folks)!

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