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Cole Green Way near Letty Green looking west

Cole Green Way looking east near Letty Green

New bollards at entrance to Cole Green Way, Welwyn Garden City, which allow disabled and family access unlike the previous versions.

Photo looking south towards Watford showing Bricket Wood

Barrier on National Cycle Route 6/61 at Chiswell Green

Cole Green station platform, now with trees and bushes removed.

New bollards at the entrance to the Cole Green Way replacing a disabled and family unfriendly gate.

Posts removed on NCN 61 between Ridgeway and Knella Road at AL7 2DA in Welwyn Garden City

Junction of Alban Way and path into industrial park looking west

The fine buildings of St Albans London Road station now house a day nursery.

Brickett Wood looking west along NCN6/61 towards Watford

Cole Green Way, Welwyn Garden City: The start of the old railway cycle path to Hertford. Watch out for the anti-motorbike device at the gate.

Junction, unsigned, where NCN61 goes left and the cycle path along Black Fan Road to Mundells and Welwyn Garden City town centre carries straight on. The signs are rather unhelpfully at the far left of the photo on the other arm of the … [more]

Entrance to obscure bridleway linking NCN12/61 to Mill Green Museum and then the cycle path along the side of the A414. Beatrix Potter walked along this route when staying at Bush Hall and then going to paint the mill, now Mill Green … [more]

Signal at Nast Hyde Halt, Ellenbrook, Hatfield. The signal has a short history of the railway and was erected as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations in 2015 by a local resident who has been restoring the station and keeping the … [more]

Nast Hyde Halt, Alban Way, NCN61, Hatfield. Restored 2015 as part of the 150th anniversay celebrations. There is also a station clock, signal (see #74090 ) and information on the history. This is a project by a local resident who is … [more]

Alban Way, NCN61 passing under the Midland main line railway, seen looking north east.

View of the zig-zag cycle path up the hill to St Albans City station, Alban Way, NCN61 and also part of the St Albans Green Ring.

Alban Way NCN61 at London Road station showing route up to London Road. At this point the Alban Way is also the south side of the St Albans Green Ring.

Cottonmill Lane level crossing, St Albans. Just off NCN6 and NCN61, where the Green Ring heads off towards Verulamium Park.

Alban Way NCN61 subway under Cavendish Way, Hatfield. Subway avoids a crossing of a dual carriage way.

Peggy's Path upgraded to cycle route to link Smallford village with NCN61 Alban Way

Sign misdirecting cyclist and pedestrians to go north from Hatfield station to get to the town centre. The town centre is 0.6 miles by walking or cycling in the opposite direction, yet this is only signed South Hatfield!

Red Lion junction Hatfield showing crossing to the cycle route south from NCN61 to the station, opened November 2015 see #74067. Despite lobbying by local cyclists the island has been constructed to pedestrian only standards requiring … [more]

Junction where NCN12 leaves NCN61 and goes south via Old Hatfield. Central island big enough for bikes with clear signs. View in other direction on NCN12 in #74074

Alban Way bridge over Wellfield Road which also has a cycle route. A rare double decker cycle route. See #45254 for bridge from below.

Alban Way, Sutton Road, Fleetville, St Albans. Cycle path ahead has pinch point round tree. Also show signs for At Albans Green Ring, currently under contruction.

Alban Way at Hill End Lane, St Albans. Watch for traffic.

Alban Way crossing of Hill End Road, St Albans. Watch out for traffic.

Alban Way at Ellenbrook Lane, Hatfield

Alban Way at Ellenbrook Lane, Hatfield, a former railway level crossing.

Alban Way at Lemsford Road Hatfield. Route to left leads to steps, route to right is towards St Albans.

Alban Way at Ground Lane looking south west

Alban Way at Ground Lane

Alban Way where the path has been widened round the tree behind Morrisons

Copied from St Albans — an 1868 bridge carrying the Midland Railway over the Great Northern Line, closed in 1964, National Cycle Route 61.

Exit from Knella Road, Welwyn Garden City heading east on NCN61. Cycle path then zigzags into gap in hedge in back ground squeezing past post just visible in background. Difficult if hedge overgrown.

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.

Cole Green Way junction with St Mary's Lane, Hertingfordbury, showing access ramp for horses, which can be pushed up with bicycles.

Cole Green Way at Hertingfordbury with the shadow creating a ghostly image of the old railway line.

Narrow cyclepath on bridge over A414. Southbound cyclists need to give way, as shown by sign.

NCN61 looking north showing where cycle route leaves main road to use Park View.

Wellfield Road cycle path looking west. Access to Alban Way NCN61 on bridge via ramp to left. View on Alban Way in #74065.

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)

Alban Way The Blackberry Arch created by local sculptor Diane Maclean in 1998

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