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Cycle space on one of Northern's new Class 195 trains, from Windermere to Manchester Airport.

MAV (Hungarian Railways) has adapted some old diesel railcars to serve as cycle trailers, as Scotrail is (slowly) doing with its Class 153 railcars. (Notional location)

Spacious cycle carriages are being used on Chicago's commuter railways.

I was surprised by how spacious the Class 172 West Midlands train from Nuneaton to Coventry and Leamington Spa seemed.

Convertible space with tip-up seats in a Class 345 Crossrail (Elizabeth line) train - I didn't see any specific cycle markings outside.

Decent cycle provision on a refurbished Class 150 train on the Falmouth branch.

Update 29.3.21 Today the route was no longer blocked see: #166417. [Image taken 28.3.21] Marygate car park, York. The route to/from the river (and walks) and Scarborough Bridge (wheelchair-accessible since early 2019) was blocked on Saturda ... [more]

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. See also: #165435, #165436, #165437.

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. See also: #165435, #165436, #165438.

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. See also: #165435, #165437, #165438.

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. They are used for publicising events and to provide other information of interest to people who cycle. An excellent practice other cities could adop ... [more]

[Newer image: #169923] [Image taken 15.11.18] York rail station. It had a standard-setting feature outside its ticket office - a Sheffield rack for people buying or collecting tickets, or getting travel information. When the office was relo ... [more]

[Image taken 10.10.20] No cycles sign at the new ticket office at York rail station. (See also #165416, #165418, #165419, #165421.)

[Image taken 10.10.20] When the new ticket office opened at York station in October 2020, the cycle rack was no longer provided (See: #165421). Worse, staff and signage warned customers they could neither take their cycles inside while they ... [more]

[Image taken 7.7.20] There's a great deal of accessible, covered cycle parking within 100m of this sign. But you wouldn't know it. This is a missed opportunity. See also #165416, #165419, #165420, #165421.

[Image taken 7.10.18] There is a vast amount of cycle parking at York rail station. To help people find their cycles there are letters on the pillars and the Sheffields are divided into areas each with a colour on their top bars. See also: ... [more]

Two convertible areas on this international train between Monchengladbach and Venlo

Clearly marked convertible space on a train from Köln to Monchengladbach

Convertible space on a local train from Bonn to Köln

Cycle space in convertible area on Class 379 train, Cambridge-London Liverpool Street route.

Not much room in the convertible space of this train from Marburg to Giessen and Frankfurt

Convertible space on a regional train in Lower Saxony

Baggage space on the Harz Narrow-gauge Railway - it wouldn't be easy getting a full-size bike on board.

Charging point for e-Bikes (and restraining strap) on an Abellio local train to Wernigerode

Convertible space in an Abellio local train to Wernigerode

Convertible space for cycles etc on a local train, Hannover.

The Shelford to Addenbrooke’s section of NCN11.

There's plenty of convertible space in Danish InterCity trains.

Cycle space on an InterCity train from Hamburg to Berlin

Bikes are welcome on the Hamburg S-Bahn

Convertible space on this regional train from Bremen to Hamburg

Plenty of convertible space on this Arriva train from Groningen to Weener

Cycle and wheelchair space on a franchised local train at Groningen

Convertible space on a Class 360 train, used for outer-suburban services on the Great Eastern line from London Liverpool Street.

Convertible space in a Class 321 train used on the Harwich branch - disappointing after several weeks travelling on German trains (although the seats do fold up).

You're not going to miss the cycle space in this double-deck regional train in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, are you? And I like that it specifies how many cycles it can take.

Plenty of cycle space on this double-deck Regional Express train from Travemunde to Lübeck and Hamburg

Cycle space on an Øresund train, crossing the fixed link between Denmark and Sweden.

Cycle space on a Class 156 local train on the Carlisle to Barrow-in-Furness line

Bicycle space in the time of Covid-19 - on a new Class 195 regional diesel multiple unit.

Adult and child bikes in the tiny hanging space in a new Intercity Express Train

High Speed Train built for British Rail. Bicycle Parking at Cheltenham Spa railway station.

Cycle spaces on one of Greater Anglia's new Flirt regional trains.

Cycle spaces on one of Greater Anglia's new Flirt regional trains.

Coatdyke train station cycle parking and ramp, to left of steps (quite steep).

Cycle space on a long-distance Transport for Wales Class 175 train.

This two-car train on the Truro-Falmouth branch (popular with students) has an area with tip-up seats and four cycle spaces (2 + 2).

Situation normal aboard a new Intercity Express Train - forget about bringing a bike, the designated area is always full of baggage.

Cycle racks on the Night Riviera from London to Penzance

Bikes do get carried on Montenegrin trains, but they do have to be lifted up and through the door at the end of a carriageway.

The cycle spaces on Class 333 local electric trains between Leeds, Bradford, Skipton and Ilkley consist of a vertical hanging arrangement. There appeared to be a couple of these in this coach, and marked externally.

The bicycle carriage area on a new Trans Pennine Express Nova train. There are spaces for two bicycles each side of the aisle, and can be reserved in advance. Electronic indicators show whether they have been reserved.

Bicycle carriage marking on a new Trans Pennine Express Nova train.

Information about the whereabouts of the bicycle carriage shown on the train information display at Huddersfield.

Steep steps with a channel for wheeling bikes on the bridge linking Ditton Meadows and Stourbridge Common.

This 'No Through Road' leads to the National Cycle Network.

Advice for mountain bikers in German and English on a Zermatt-Täsch shuttle train

Advice for mountain bikers in German and English on a Zermatt-Täsch shuttle train

Excellent access for wheelie cases, wheelchairs and bikes to this Zermatt-Täsch shuttle train

Cycle/ski space on a Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt

Cycle space on a Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt

A huge step up to the cycle space in this Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt

Cycle space on a Cross Country Class 170 train from Stansted to Birmingham - compare with www.cyclestreets.net/location/106807/ with that weird prong. Mind you, the Brompton did fall over a couple of times.

Hanging racks for bikes on an older regional train around Bratislava

Bikes on a Class 170 regional train from Aberdeen to Glasgow - bikes are presumably supposed to sit on that weird prong.

I've no idea why there's a cycle symbol on the end door - bikes would never be loaded that way.

Convertible space (looking the other way to #106099) on a double-deck suburban train from Bratislava to Malacky.

Convertible space on a double-deck suburban train from Bratislava to Malacky.

Decent cycle space on this double-deck Bratislava suburban train

A narrow door and a bit of a climb to the cycle space on this train (probably the hourly service from Bratislava to Vienna)

Convertible space on a regional train, Belgium

On the new Chiltern train service from Marylebone to Oxford, bikes have to fit on top of a small table in the disabled space - bizarre.

Reservation indicators above the bike spaces on the new Intercity Express Trains ('available' because I'd reached my destination) - people wanting to stow their luggage aren't going to notice these.

Bike space, so-called, on the new Intercity Express Trains - and if someone has put luggage there there's no room at all for bikes, even with reservations.

Bike hanging space in a Cross-Country Voyager train - awkward for a lot of people (and bikes).

The world's first (and only?) solar-powered passenger train has on-board parking for four bikes. https://byronbaytrain.com.au/

Convertible space (marked as wheelchair space on the outside) on a Class 700 Thameslink train - there's not quite enough space for a normal bike and a human being, you have to sit with your legs out to the left.

Well-used cycle space on a TER Normandie regional train

Cycle space on German local diesel multiple-unit train from Enschede to Münster

A bit of a step up, then reasonable cycle space on this InterCity train from Utrecht to Enschede

Convertible space on the InterCity train from Utrecht to Enschede

Awkward - on this local diesel train in Belgium, the door is actually in the next carriage to the cycle space, and there are several steps to climb.

Not so easy to get the bike off the train where there's a low platform (see #101895)

Easy enough loading a bike on this Belgian regional train where there's a high platform... (see #101896)

Cycle space on a Class 144 Pacer train on a Northern Rail local service.

These prongs on Greater Anglia's regional Class 170 trains will support three bikes (although they can swing around a bit) - or most bikes will fit underneath.

The official vision of cycle space on the new Thameslink Class 700 trains (see #100135).

If there's a pram/buggie by the fold-up seats on the new Thameslink Class 700 trains that's it, there's no dedicated cycle space. Just use the doorways as normal in this area.

A full-length (12-carriage) Thameslink Class 700 train, and this was the only cycle marker I could see, Inside the space is pretty useless - most cyclists will just use the nearest door space as usual in this area.

A new arrangement of bike stowage on a type of train that didn't previously have any designated bike space.

Kaohsiung station - English-language sign for cyclists

Very obvious bike space on this Taiwanese train.

Taiwan Cycling Festival marking (in English) in the bike space of this train.

Very obvious cycle space on this Taiwanese train.

Lift at Chaozhou station - well marked, a good size.

San Luis Obispo railroad with cycle bridge

Wheelchair space on the newish Class 387 trains - not quite long enough for a standard bike, but useable.

New platform-end signs at Peterborough station - cycle space on Virgin intercity trains, and FLU for full-length Thameslink Class 700 trains.

French army officers heading off for the weekend (Friday midday...).

Poster encouraging people to combine cycling with trains

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