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Very poor condition track barely cyclable. Good for mountain bikes, nothing else.

This is not a cycleway. It is dangerous coming down with a heavy bike, even walking. And pushing one up? Whoever designated this a cycleway is an idiot.

Stupid cumbersome barrier that cannot be cycled with a trailer. This would be near impossible for a disabled person.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN 62) now has a barrier-free tarmac surface between Knutsford Road and London Road.

View of the cantilever bridge crossing the Manchester Ship Canal from the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN62)

cyclist with ladder

Poorly designed link from the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN62) to Archer Avenue. A narrow cycleway leads to the pavement behind parked cars with no dropped kerb or means to access the carriageway.

A rare example of an access control barrier that is actually wide enough to ride through. Why it is there at all is another question as access to this stretch of the Transpennine Trail is open at other points.

Poorly designed access to the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN 62) from Westbrook Avenue. A narrow path leads from the pavement behind parked cars with no dropped kerb or means of getting from the carriageway.

Poorly designed access to the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN 62) from Clarke Avenue. A narrow path leads from the pavement behind parked cars with no dropped kerb or means of getting from the carriageway.

New tarmac surface on the Trans Pennine Trail.

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN62) has now been widened and surfaced between the London Road and Knutsford Road.

Opened early in 2020, the East Cliff viaduct is planned to allow a cycle route beneath it from Preston station to NCN routes 55 and 62 in Avenham Park.

The riverside route in Avenham Park, Preston (NCN routes 55, 62 and 622), with the Old Tram Road bridge (closed in 2019) in the distance.

The riverside route in Avenham Park, Preston (NCN routes 62 and 622), passing beneath the former railway viaduct (NCN route 55) - but getting from one to the other is hard.

Former East Lancs Railway viaduct (NCN route 55) from the riverside route in Avenham Park, Preston (NCN routes 62 and 622).

Junction of Trans Pennine Trail branches, NCN routes 62 and 65.

Route signs on Selby bridge on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) rejoins the road here to pass through Selby.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) by the Selby Canal.

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) by the Selby Canal.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) approaching Selby on the towpath of the Selby Canal.

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) by the Selby Canal.

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at the Selby Canal.

Route signs for the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at the Selby Canal.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) passing below the Selby Bypass..

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) leaving the Burn airfield.

Short grassy section of the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) where it leaves the Burn airfield.

There's a pretty poor surface on much of the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) as it makes its way around the Burn airfield.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) making its way around the Burn airfield.

Junction of footpath, which isn't on any of the online mapping.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) making its way around the Burn airfield.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) making its way around the Burn airfield.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) making its way around the Burn airfield.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) leaving the Burn airfield.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) turning off the road to make its way around the Burn airfield.

Level crossing on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route sign on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

End of the pedestrian-only short-cut on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) is on the road here, not the footpath.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) escapes the A1041 there.

The poor footway by the A1041 ends without a dropped kerb.

Poor stretch of footway by the A1041.

Start of pedestrian-only short-cut on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

I think the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) crosses Snaith bridge on the carriageway of the A1041, but there's nothing to stop you using the footways on either side.

I think the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) crosses Snaith bridge on the carriageway of the A1041, but there's nothing to stop you using the footways on either side.

Route signs at Snaith station for the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Short off-road cycleway to wait before turning right on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) turns west here (behind the camera) - but it would be possible to turn east for a .much shorter ride in to Snaith, at least partly on a shared-use footway.

Shared-use footway on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) turns left here - but it would be possible to turn right for a .much shorter ride in to Snaith, at least partly on a shared-use footway.

Shared-use footway on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Shared-use path on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) crossing the Aire and Calder Navigation.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62). crossing the Aire and Calder Navigation.

Low barrier on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Not much social distancing here on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route sign on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Low barrier on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) forks left - but the orher route would only be a hundred metres longer.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) crossing the River Went.

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on the towpath of the New Junction Canal.

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Cyclists on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) can follow the towpath or turn left on the road for a short stretch.

The Sales Lane swing bridge on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Cyclists on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) can turn left here on the towpath or follow the road for a short stretch.

A-frame gate at the Sales Lane swing bridge on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62.

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62), at the Kirkhouse Green lifting bridge.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on the towpath of the New Junction Canal.

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at the south end of the New Junction Canal section.

A-frame gate on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at the south end of the New Junction Canal section.

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at the Braithwaite lift bridge.

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62).

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster.

Bridleway off the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at Joan Croft (where a new road bridge replaced the level crossing a few years ago, although Google satellite has not caught up).

Obstructive A-frame on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) towards Doncaster.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) towards Doncaster.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) south towards Doncaster.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster goes straight ahead from thelevel crossing, ie the one to the left of the photo.

Level crossing on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster turns left here.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) towards Doncaster.

Route signs on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster.

Start of short but very poor section of the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) towards Doncaster - although OpenCycleMaps shows a route that zigs back further along the road..

Short but very poor section of the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster - although OpenCycleMaps shows a route to the right to zig back on the road..

Short but very poor section of the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster - although OpenCycleMaps shows a route to the right to zig back on the road..

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on a former rail line north from Doncaster.

No signs, but the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster turns right here.

Turn left on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) north from Doncaster.

The Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) out of Doncaster, on a former rail line.

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