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[Image taken 13.4.21] Library Square (Museum Street/Lendal Bridge), York. During covid-19 lockdowns, the previously safe and 'human-feeling' space in front of York Explore (library, cafe, events space) has become a de facto parking area. Po ... [more]

[Image taken 15.3.21.] Exhibition Square, York (5/5). The new - March 2021 - information totem (visible side-on between the statue and the traffic lights on the left) adds clutter. (See also #160828, #160855, #160860, #160862.)

[Image taken 1.3.21] York Art Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, Tier electric hire scooters. For a list of all sites documented see #164663

[Image taken 1.3.21] York Art Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, Tier electric hire scooters. For a list of all sites documented see #164663

[Image taken 8.12.20.] Exhibition Square, York (4/5). To the right of the Art Gallery is a gate. It leads to open space. But you have to know it's there to find it. It doesn't look as if the public is permitted through the gates. It doesn' ... [more]

[Image taken 8.12.20.] Exhibition Square, York (3/5). Yet another statue of yet another bloke in 'funny clothes' ( And an oblong tray of fountains which resembles nothing so much as a 'paddling po ... [more]

[Image taken 8.12.20.] Exhibition Square, York (2/5). The Square ( is a space that could be - should be - a meeting place for people. A sociable area. Yet any character is defined by vehicles ... [more]

[Image taken 8.12.20.] Exhibition Square, York (1/5). The Square is on several routes into/out of the city centre on foot and by cycle. There's York Art Gallery ( to one side, King's Manor (University of ... [more]

Cycling across from Market Street to Centenary Square. The opposite view to #110462.

Cycling through Centenary Square.

NCN66 at Centenary Square, heading towards Prince's Way.

NCN66 for permit holders only?

The view of Market Street from Centenary Square. The opposite view to #110613.

Cycle parking and NCN66 route sign at Centenary Square in Bradford.

Cycle parking outside Huddersfield station, in St George's Square.

Quite why this hole has been left in the road I don't know. The cycle lane has been replaced by the cycle track on the right.

The far end of Oatlands Square features a raised crossing, much neater than at the entrance.

Oatlands Square, with a sculpture and seating off to the side, leaving the path unobstructed.

The layout entering Oatlands Square. Lots of signs and posts, but an attractive path through the middle.

New permeable public space in the centre of Helensburgh. Outdoor markets are sometimes held here.

New curb-protected raised bike lane 7th Av/46th in Times Sq - sadly it's only 1 block, w weak connexns to N & S

Sign on square pole.

An outdoors tabletennis table in Williamson Square. Most pedestrian spaces in Liverpool city centre seemed to be used for vehicle parking.

Cycle parking in Williamson Square

Hire bikes at Derby Square.

Cycle parking in St Andrew Square.

Bollards and dropped kerbs allowing easy cycle access across Hamilton Square

I was trying to use this back route to avoid cars and get through on a longer journey. This threw me for about 5 minutes. Had to stop, look around, check the map, then wander (in wonder!) along speculatively until I spotted the right way ... [more]

Re modelling Russell square - upside, less traffic using west side as a roundabout: Downside - traffic light phasing at Southampton Row is odd and positively encourages bicyclists turning into the square from N, to do it on the red phase ( ... [more]

New bike racks along the wall near the Grand Arcade.

What is going on here? Sloped access for wheelchairs, buggies and bikes (pushed, of course) has vanished.

Cycle parking at the Square on High Street in Shrewsbury town centre

New cycle parking in the Square on Princess Street, near the Old Market Hall in Shrewsbury

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