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Photo listing : destinations (problem)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

A broken picnic table overlooking the Bishop Loch on the Seven Lochs Trail.

Yet again, a tourist office with no cycle parking - why is it so hard?

Part of Richmond Park has been sold for housing, and thus NCN756's route is presently severed.

Desire line to Riverside Museum

No sign of cycle parking at the National Trust's Cotehele House

Ugly use of Parker's Piece during the winter


Muncaster Castle - car parking, no cycle parking.

UPDATE 27/11/2015 A bridge is proposed to be installed on East side of a56 connecting Wharf Road. A lift bridge at both locations may be options to consider #47684 Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path leading to Jublilee Way (Bloo ... [more]

UPDATE 3 2018 **** Unlike other access points the worn surface here has NOT been replaced with trailflex It's still a little tight for anyone with a mobility ... [more]

High Cross, now run by the National Trust - no cycle parking, despite being so close to the National Cycle Network's route 2

Manchester - Cotton Street Ancoats A new facility for cycle parking. The sign is in need of changing to reflect the low risk of cycling and encourage this activity. Suggested rewording of this paragraph "Cycling i ... [more]

Dunham Massey Brewery good stop for a social ride but no cycle parking here

Sculpture in Lincoln

My workplace, and nowhere to put my bike. Grrrrrrrrrrr!

Cycle Parking 1 Location: Oxgangs, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Muddy with some low boughs but nice straight run to brambridge garden centre

Banksy art on this high street

Wysing Arts Centre - disabled parking, a bus stop, bot no provision at all for cycling.

The new entrance to the Cambridge Botanic Gardens - astonishingly, there's no cycle parking here, so bikes are locked to the railings across the road (rather than use the stands at the old entrance, 100 or 200m away).

Market Place

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