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The barrier chicane at the end of the off road section of the Strawberry Line / NCN33 from Cheddar to Axbridge. The section of path from Sharpham Road to Cheddar Road is reasonably well surfaced and wide, although it is normally busy with ... [more]

Access onto NCN33 / Brean Down Way from Wayacre Drove. The path is accessed through the space on the right of the gate, which is usually locked. The space is a reasonable width at over 1.5m, although the surface is loose and it is right b ... [more]

One of two kissing gates on the Brean Down Way / NCN33 between Uphill and Brean. Like the other gate the space on this one is restricted and overgrown. There is just sufficient space for a standard cycle - a tandem, bike and trailer, or a ... [more]

A swing gate on the NCN33 / Brean Down Way. Return spring is very strong, and the latch is stiff to operate. This is one of three similar gates on this section of pathway.

Barrier chicane at the northern end of the NCN3 / NCN33 path between Bawdrip and Cossington. The gap between the barriers is 1m, and may be difficult for some types of cycle to navigate.

Bollard chicane at the junction of the Festival Way / NCN33 path with Backwell Bow. There are two smaller bollards behind the larger one (one is obscured in the photo), producing quite a tight space for access of approximately 90cm.

The Festival Way / NCN33 crossing of Station Road in Flax Bourton. The single bollard has a reasonable space of over 1m each side and does not present a problem in terms of accessibility. Care should be exercised when crossing here howeve ... [more]

A Frame on NCN33 / Brean Down Way, on Brean Sluice. Space through the frames is 72cm. There is a lock on the gate alongside, but it is not a RADAR lock. This is one of six obstacles on the BDW between WsM and Brean - one A frame, two kis ... [more]

Swing gate on NCN33 Brean Down Way. No alternative to this gate, latch and return spring are quite stiff.

Kissing gate on the Brean Down cycle path at Uphill. Just large enough to get a single bike through. The route is further obstructed by another similar kissing gate, three swing gates, and an A frame.

Pedestrians Only - it really is better for cyclists to stay away from the railway tracks (and the crowds of pedestrians).

Bike pump by the M Shed, on the Festival Way and NCN route 33, Bristol

Choices for cyclists!

The Chocolate Path (NCN33 and the Festival Way) - closed pending repairs.

The Chocolate Path (NCN route 33 and the Festival Way) and half of Cumberland Road closed for roadworks.

NCN route 33 and the Festival Way keep to the left here to avoid the dangerous angled crossing of the rail lines.

Route signs on the Festival Way and NCN route 33, Bristol

Right turn on the Festival Way and NCN route 33 to pass the M Shed, Bristol

NCN route 33 on the Prince Street Bridge at the M Shed, Bristol - space mostly reallocated to pedestrians and cyclists

NCN route 33 towards the Prince Street Bridge and the M Shed, Bristol - space mostly reallocated to pedestrians and cyclists

Crossing and cycle lights on NCN route 33, Bristol

Crossing to Pero's Bridge, Bristol

Discrete sign to NCN route 33, Bristol

Cycling On The Bus Evacuation Strip The point of putting this picture up is that I have seen far worse things happening here.

Early Spring sunshine on ncr 3 as it follows the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somerset_Levels

.@jackthurston File under joke. https://t.co/BMdtZoF6hj

Cycle Freedom Under The Highway

Under The Brunel Way

Ashton Avenue Bridge Waiting For The Metro Bus A lot of vegetation and trees have been cleared to let the construction begin.

Bristol Chocolate Path In December 2014

Chicane of bollards

NCN rote 33 on shared-use path around new housing development, Ilminster

Cut-through from NCN route 33 into new housing development, Ilminster

NCN route 33 on shared-use path around new housing development, Ilminster

NCN route 33 on shared-use path around new housing development, Ilminster

NCN route 33 on shared-use path around new housing development, Ilminster

NCN route 33 turning down an alleyway off a one-way section of the main street of Ilminster (although route 33 is shown as using that route in both directions).

Festival Way route sign at Harbour Railway Bridge, junction of NCN 33 and 41

Festival Way route sign near Harbour Railway Bridge

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