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Photo listing: destinations (misc)

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Retro packaging at the Agen station buffet - strongly recommended for food, not just the cycle-themed packaging.

The start of the footpath along the embankment from Kents Bank Station to Humphrey Head

The shoreline footpath heading back to Arnside after descending from Arnside Knott in Morecambe Bay.

Far-reaching view from Red Hills on Arnside Knott over the Kent Estuary looking over to the Cumbria hills.

Brodie Castle (Cafe and Toilets)

The view from Warton Crag across Morecambe Bay, part of the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Restaurante Come y Punto

Placa de la Plazuela del Pipila.

Las Pilitas, o Plazuela del Pipila

Paddel & Pedalstation on the Ems-Jade-Kanal near Friedburg is catering to travellers on canoes and bicycles.


Street art: A German, MIFA postal bike painted on a patchbox.

Bicyle decoration at the glassworks museum near Klasdorf, where the thermos flask was invented.

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.

Tyburn tree was 300 paces to the east from here, until 1759.

Bikes in The Beaney museum, Canterbury

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

Journey's end on the Via Francigena

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 … [more]

Lanterne Rouge cyclists' café in Gifford

Monument to James Starley, inventor of the bicycle. Well, one type of bicycle.

Monument to James Starley, inventor of the differential gear, and more.

Biker-friendly pub...

Strethall church - partly Saxon (not that obvious outside)

One of the things Eddington does do well is provide seating in various forms.

Touring cyclist at Southwold's lovely church

Cycle museum, Tocantins, Brazil

Cherry Orchard

Plum trees Cambridge Gage

View looking southwest

Nutfield marshes

View beside AV / NCN21

The turf maze, Hilton

Walkway, Gulberg, Lahore

Bed and Breakfast on EuroVelo3

Bog nature reserve on EuroVelo3

The Immervad bridge (1786) on EuroVelo3 - easily bypassed on the direct road of you prefer

Runic stone, c900 AD, on EuroVelo3

"Percy One Bike Night" - one of the smaller options at the Windmill Campersite, near Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight

First pause on 50 mile trek 👍 20 miles in. Whitstable Harbour. Next stop Margate.

Start of the Innocent Railway Tunnel

Dunglass Gorge Bridge

Barns Ness car park

Skateraw Beach

Cambridgeshire's Tuscany?

Cyclists passing Beaumaris Castle

Not far from Ludwig Wittgenstein's grave is that of Arthur Stanley Eddington, who devised the Eddington numbers - the number of protons in the observable universe, and the maximum number E such that a cyclist has cycled E miles on E days.

Wild Daffodils in Dymock Woods reached by Bicycle on the Newent Cycling Loop.

St Pancras

Trearddur Bay Strand.

Nice little pond

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Montpellier Station

The Needles

Visitors farm

Steep cycle path to the top. Spectacular view

The famous soup menu at the Queen's Head, Newton

Murals on the former line of the railway near Irlam Station.

Mural on Irlam Station

Mural on railway bridge at Irlam Station

Mural depicting Cadishead Viaduct. There are proposals to bring this into uses as a cycleway across the Manchester Ship Canal

Mural on unoccupied house

Location of the Dambusters target dam which was destroyed during testing visible from the Elan valley rail trail.

New pub, Old Ticket Office, at the station ‘square’ at Cambridge Station

Bike at Normanton church, now in Rutland Water

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]

Sweetheart Abbey Location: , New Abbey (Scotland, United Kingdom) Sweetheart Abbey

Caerlaverock Castle Location: , Caerlaverock Castle (Scotland, United Kingdom) NCN7 Caerlaverock Castle

Tall ship Location: , Glencaple (Scotland, United Kingdom) Glencaple

Cycle Bognor riders at the restored Aldwick Duck pond

Bikes and concrete cows, Milton Keynes

After what seems to have been a calm crossing of the Irish Sea the morning ferry from Rosslare approaches her berth at Fishguard Harbour for a rendezvous with the eastbound boat-train to Cardiff. The cyclist is aiming to return eastwards on … [more]

The end of the road at Cape St Vincent.

Irlam Hollywood star statues on Royal Arms entrance My photo

Valencia city of arts and sciences

Valencia city of arts and sciences

Milton Road Primary School entrance

Entrance to the European Commission buliding

Buckingham Palace

Station, Tours

Public art

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

Barcelona, from Tibidabo

The Black Lion, Abergorlech - a centre for mountain biking in Brechfa Forest

Touring bikes in the gateway to the Bayeux Tapestry

Howard Mallett Centre, Petersfield

Bawdsey Quay Beach... Beside ferry

Poem on the building visible from path

The Staffordshire Moorlands Link, which includes ncr 550 and 559 that meet here at Hazlehurst Junction on the Caldon Canal.

Destination - Bessie's pub, on NCN 82 in the lovely Gwaun valley

Wigg Island Community Park - with a view of the Mersey Gateway Bridge under construction.The park could do with some cycle parking.

Wig Island Park

It's a beautiful day here beside the Horseshoe Falls where the River Dee feeds the Llangollen Canal. The cyclist is about to head back down the canal's towpath on ncr 85.

A view across Whitesand Bay from ncn 3 on its way from nearby Lands End. There's only a sprinkling of beachgoers on this glorious day.

For non-alcoholic refreshment here on the cliffs at Land's End. Not to be confused with the First and Last Inn at Sennen, which is a mile or so inland.


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