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Part of a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.

Part of a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.

Entry to a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.

Took my new bike for a spin along the Busway to St Ives - with coffee & cake on my mind at the freshly opened Commute Cafe, 33 The Broadway. V tasty food + friendly staff. A new cycle cafe in Cambs 👏😍 https://t.co/ha6mvQK902

A circle of memorials, Campbell Park, Milton Keynes. The two riders I’ve seen weaved through these bollards like a slalom.

Daytona motor racing circuit, Milton Keynes

Daytona motor racing circuit, Milton Keynes.

Bogotá Coffee Company, recommended to me by a lycra style cyclist.

Tyburn tree was 300 paces to the east from here, until 1759. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyburn

NCN regional route 15 goes around the outside of the Roman fort at Reculver, but why wouldn't you wheel your bike the direct way to see the church?

NCN regional route 15 goes around the outside of the Roman fort at Reculver, but why wouldn't you wheel your bike the direct way to see the church?

NCN regional route 15 goes around the outside of the Roman fort at Reculver, but why wouldn't you wheel your bike the direct way to see the church?

Bikes in The Beaney museum, Canterbury

Harlow Hostel (independent) - I'm sure there's cycle parking somewhere round the back.

Harlow Museum actually began as a museum of cycles - hence the cyclist sundial in the walled gardens

Harlow Museum actually began as a museum of cycles.

Needham Market station

Needham Market

Cyclist in the mirror sculpture by the new Eddington lake

Eleanor’s Cross, Stamford

Stamford Station was designed by acclaimed railway architect Sancton Wood. The weather vane has SPR for the Syston and Peterborough Railway.

Cyclists at the Hot Numbers roasters and café, Shepreth, on the A10 cycleway - a regular stop now for cycling groups.

Site of one of the Eleanor's Crosses in Market Place, Grantham There's a photo of a memorial to the cross further south at Grantham Guildhall, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_cross#Grantham

This is the explanation of what appears in #179335.

The Orrery by Paul Lewthwaite Using the cross in Market Place as the location of the sun the relative position of Earth with its moon and Venus are shown as two similarly sized spheres.

The Orangery Garden, Belton House

The Grantham Oak - a 500+ year old tree, described as Grantham's oldest resident.

Plaque noting that Britain's first woman prime minister, Margaret Thatcher once lived here. Rather little is made to celebrate her compared to Newton.

Monarchs who've stayed in the Angel and Royal hotel, Grantham. Richard I, King John, Edward I, Edward II Philippa, Henry V, Edward IV, Richard III Henry VIII, Charles I, George IV, Edward VII See #179336,

In this room Richard III recieved the official seal which meant he had authority to go after his cousin the Duke of Buckingham. In the Angel and Royal, hotel which dates from 1203.

St. Wulfram's Church, Grantham. Quite a landmark on the horizon to help navigate.

Statue of Amy Johnson who was a pioneering English pilot who was the first woman to fly solo from London to Australia, was born in Kingson on Hull. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Johnson

The Hull People's Memorial, a museum of life in Hull during the two world wars. We met enthusiastic volunteers full of local knowledge.

Englands smallest window in a street called Land of Green Ginger, Hull

A recreation of trench warfare in Peoples Museum of Hull, Whitefriars.

The Humber Bridge from the river beach. Check whether it is open for walking/cycling at: https://www.humberbridge.co.uk/

A statue of Mary Ann Evans outside George Eliot hospital which was named after her.

Bermuda Park railway station

Obstructions on the access to this multi-use, public sports field and KITA Babenend.

Bletchley high level station under construction.

Easter Island style sculpture at Station Square, Milton Keynes Also there's what, at a glance, looks like a solar panel in a bench.

Recommended café stop for cyclists - www.facebook.com/cafecitolondon https://elcafecito.co.uk

Escooters at Milton Keynes Central railway station.

A small BMX track at the Claypits Nature Reserve.

Found the Embarcadero Freeway gravestone. Good riddance! https://t.co/7l80oON5Mg

Landwirtschaftskammer Niedersachsen on Mars-la-Tour-Straße in Oldenburg

I see Parker's Piece has been left in a traditional state! @Sam_in_Cam @ACarpenDigital https://t.co/uMnZn1mqE6

Hinckley Railway Station is cheered up with planters and a gardened embankment by volunteers sponsored by local businesses. https://hinckleystation.org.uk/

Hinckley Railway Station is cheered up with planters and a gardened embankment by volunteers sponsored by local businesses. https://hinckleystation.org.uk/

The Marble Arch Mound.

Trafalgar Square and the tree is the annual gift from the people of Norway 🇳🇴.

Cyclists' café on NCN routes 63 and 64 - www.cafe-ventoux.cc

Lucignano d'Arbia is a lovely little village on the old Via Cassia which is now separated from the Via Francigena by a river - it should be possible to divert here using quiet roads.

A good spot to shelter from the storm in Sheringham.

Amongst the shop units under the Bowline path are a café and a bike shop.

Galatea is back. See #174357.

Sunday cyclists on the Piazza del Popolo, Roma

Journey's end on the Via Francigena

A Treadwheel Crane dating from the seventeenth century. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treadwheel_crane

End of the Essex Way.

End of the Essex Way.

A paddle boarder, drone and the Felixstowe-Harwich-Shotley ferry.

I went to see what Cyclebox was, and it appears to involve boxing.

Trimley Station

Sculpture by the river path.

The area around the old boat has been tidied up and new paths laid.

Just found out there is a man in Tulsa, Oklahoma who commissioned an artist named Clayton Coss to use a chainsaw to sculpt a Columbo statue out of a dead tree on his front lawn, couldn't log onto Twitter fast enough to share this informatio ... [more]

Pixelated mirror on the Camcycle picnic ride 2021.

The mill at Seefeld on the DSR, EV12, D1, MTS, ATS cycleways is a popular destination with tourists.

River Weser-Radweg D9 past the Valentin submarine factory war memorial north of Bremen Farge. This bunker was built to construct German U-boats during World War II. The site was secret and not shown on maps and erased from aerial photograph ... [more]

River Weser-Radweg D9 at the Valentin submarine factory war memorial at the Bremen suburb of Rekum. This bunker was built to construct German U-boats during World War II. The site was secret and not shown on maps and erased from aerial phot ... [more]

Lanterne Rouge cyclists' café in Gifford

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

Cycle themed bar at The Orator, at the Cambridge Union.

This bike hostel looks good - www.facebook.com/IlSeicento

View of south Leicestershire from a gap in the houses at Barwell.

Auction Café, Willingham for the veteran bicycle club luncheon.

The reconstructed Scotway House looks very nice, but there was no cycle parking to be seen, even near the entrance around the back.

Galatea looking at Hercules at Cambridge North Station. See also #174358. This sculpture has disappeared by mid-September. According to https://twitter.com/cambnorth/status/1437696606200111111 it’s been taken away for “slight refinem ... [more]

Bermuda Park railway station.

Marston Junction of the Coventry and Ashby Canals.

Galatea looking at Hercules at Cambridge North Station. https://cambridgenorth.co.uk/news/hercules-meets-galatea-unveiled-at-cambridge-north Galatea disappeared soon afterwards, see #174357. Also, nice Google Street View here of ... [more]

Velo Verde cycle café, Screveton

NI Railways Bicycle and Footbridge in Ballymoney.

Café at the junction of Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail and NCN route 3

Very cute - a self-service snack stall beside Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Orford with rented ebike.

Iken church

The Word on the Street Quirky book / dvd library, Snape.

Bridge over the White Cart at Pollok House.

Designated Picnic Area in the service road behind Mill Road's 'Broadway'.

Achievement unlocked. https://t.co/cwqdSd1e1M

Pre-WWII Raleigh bicycle in Leominster museum.

National Cycle Museum, Llandrindod Wells.

National Cycle Museum, Llandrindod Wells.

National Cycle Museum, Llandrindod Wells https://www.cyclemuseum.org.uk/

View of Pen-y-fan the double peak that is the highest point in southern Britain. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pen_y_Fan

The Warren a great spot for swimming in the Wye.

Conwy Culture Centre https://www.conwy.gov.uk/en/Resident/Libraries-Museums-and-Archives/Conwy-Culture-Centre/Conwy-Culture-Centre.aspx

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