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'Beware of Cycles' at the road narrowing in North Street, Oundle, England

Cambridge Rules 1848 Sculpture. Parker's Piece The rules of football were first written down in Cambridge in 1848. This new sculpture was unveiled in May 2018 to commemorate the event. It is inscribed with the rules in many different ... [more]

King Alfred's Blowing Stone Location: , Fawler (England, United Kingdom) Not very impressive, but the road and nearby pub are named after it

Two so called "Fahrradstra├čen" (bicycle streets) with historic cobble stones, where driving is permitted. (Approx location).

The blocks in the gutter have all shifted and now the rest of the road surface in the contraflow cycle lane is starting to deteriorate.

Car parking bays painted on the expensive stone paving slabs, and hardly any space left for pedestrians. But still the motorists haven't got enough space and double park.

Someone decided to pave the parking bays with expensive stone paving slabs. What a waste!

Path around Broadwood Loch, at the 500m marker stone.

Route sign for Cumbernauld's cycle route 2.

Road to Werben Cobble stone road between the Elbe ferry and Werben. There is a cycle friendly alternative along the river dyke, see #66213

Directions in the Burdiehouse Burn Valley Park are by way of these stone blocks. It wasn't obvious to me at the time which way was which, but I see from the map that it gives the name of a nearby street on one side.

Looks like a stone circle visible from NCN5.

Centre lane from brick for cycling in the historic fortress of Bourtange, errected by the Dutch in the 16th century, when it was the only road between Germany and the city of Groningen, which was under Spanish control. See #53542.

View south from Stone Terrace, which could provide a ready made exit for the Chisholm Trail. Go to Hooper Street >> #37975<<.

View north from Stone Terrace, which could provide a ready made exit for the Chisholm Trail. For a view in south-easterly direction >> #37980<<.

Bedrock bicycle

NCN 75 Railway Art approaching Kilmacolm. The last installation 18 miles out of Glasgow.

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