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Another useless attempt to stop oversize vehicles from slamming into the railway bridge. It’s aimed at preventing a bridge strike as seen in #154713 but is doomed to being as useless as the bells were in #54344. If you don’t believe me … [more]

The Boquhanran Road underpass beneath the Forth & Clyde Canal. I'm sure the road network would still function if this was shut to motor traffic and a more suitable surface laid for safer cycling.

The dangerous section of the guided busway in #Trumpington near #Cambridge station Bridge strike

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath - very low headroom through this tunnel.

Railway bridge over the Great Ouse, Bedford Max Headroom: 5' 8"

Extremely low headroom on this former canal tunnel makes cycling here a risky prospect.

A route sign outside Sandal & Agbrigg station.

Vans might be alright! Suitable for cars Light vans at risk 2.6m 8'-9"

Current end of the rail trail from Ilfracombe.

The only underpass I saw in East Kilbride with a height restriction sign. Leads to the shopping centre (with some cycle parking at #107433).

Bridge on A632 at Arkwright, the bridge which replaced an old railway bridge, was constructed during the opencasting of the area and relocation of the village, allowing access under the road. It was filled in underneath after the … [more]

Manchester Chorlton St Werburgh's Tram Station. . Barriers before crossing tram line. Not great but at least they are rounded at the top corners. Compre with the other side of the crossing and the rib breaking sharp corners #99647 … [more]

NCN45 Salisbury with sign asking: Cyclists give way to pedestrians at all times

NCN45 Salisbury

Mind your head!

Tran Pennine Trail goes through a large muddy puddle through the bridge under the A56. UPDATE 2018 - this section now has a tarmac surface - though not particularly smooth.

The Kallang Park Connector, Singapore, passing under an expressway

Low height warning for cyclists passing under an expressway, Singapore

Very low arch here in central Bedford!

Cycle route under the pier

NCN route 1 seems to cross this bridge entering Lincoln, but we saw no signs. Ed notes: it's named Titanic Bridge and there's a hot-potch of signs: 5 mph Cyclists: beware of blind summit NO PEDESTRIAN ACCESS NO PEDESTRIANS There's a … [more]

To cheer myself up, here's my top favourite bit of cycling "infrastructure" in East London. Perfect for toddlers.

It's not everyday you have to duck on a cyclepath - great trip nonetheless - many thanks @SustransLondon

Reduced (but still adequate) headroom in the underpass leading under the Conwy Road to the bridge over the North Wales main line

Thames path at Hammersmith Bridge - tall people need to duck.

Cyclists Dismount - Caution low bridge, Walthamstow Marshes, E17 except recumbent cyclists of course. See also #16462 and #61976 [and others - 'Nearby Photos (list)' ]

Deykin Avenue Bridge on canal path. NCN 535 U-turns right at the top of the very steep ramp beyond bridge to get to path from Deykin Avenue over to Brookvale Park. Yellow sign warns of low headroom under bridge. In this case it may be … [more]

Warning - low pipe Location: Dalmeny (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Our obesogenic society decrees that much of the money spent on encouraging cycling, should actually be spent keeping folk out of the saddle. 'End of Cycle Route' and 'Cyclists Dismount' signs are springing up everywhere like triffids. At … [more]

Low headroom (1.9m) subway under Chichester bypass

Alternative routes across the Bedford-Bletchley railway (the lower one can flood). [The bridge is apparently being removed in March 2011.] See #50029.

The Big Track, Nottingham - height restriction

Kings Lane which passes between St Catherine's College and King's College. This thoroughfare is also known as 'Piss Alley': … [more]

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