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Preston's Old Tram Bridge, originally built in 1802 and closed in 2019, is to be rebuilt by March 2025, thanks to Levelling Up funding.

Millennium Milepost Preston This milepost is a Mills type and has a T2/2 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Sandwich 8, Dover 24 2) Canterbury 9, Whitstable 16

Confused access to Preston station

Route out of Preston station towards Avenham Park

It's not obvious where the path is, whether it's open to cycles, or whether it link to the East Lancs Railway viaduct, but anyway it's closed.

Access from Avenham Park, Preston, to the former East Lancs Railway viaduct (NCN route 55) is not easy at the moment.

Marker on cycle route through Avenham Park, Preston

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).

Cycle route west out of Miller Park, Preston

Cycle route marker in Avenham Park, Preston

No Motor Vehicles (Except Residents plate possibly missing) AND One Way - access to Preston station

Poor link east from Preston station, with steps up to East Cliff - the intention is to create a route under the viaduct (opened in 2020) to the cycleways in Miller and Avenham Parks.

Leisure Lakes bike shop at Preston station

Lift at Preston station - ok with a folding bike....

River Ribble, Fishwick Bottoms, Preston Ribble Way at Fishwick Bottoms, looking westward towards Preston

Cycle parking stands in Friargate - Preston

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