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Photo listing: other (misc)

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Bird sculptures where First Terrace meets Second Terrace and the turn off to The Lane at Sunderland Point.

The lovingly tended grave of a West Indies slave boy who died shortly after arriving at Sunderland Point in the 18th century. Read the moving inscription before re-tracing your tracks.

View of the Horizon Line Chamber by Chris Drury with the bird hide just beyond from the footpath on the west side of Sunderland Point. Take a peek inside and enjoy the camera obscura.

View of the bird hide from the footpath on the west side of Sunderland Point. You might see wading birds on the mudflats from here including curlew, oystercatcher or redshank.

First Terrace on Sunderland Point, a section of the Tramper-friendly all-ability trail around the Point with far reaching views across the Lune Estuary.

Productos de limpieza Don Pulcro

Fachada de Panaderia El Milagro

Zapatería La Gran Barata

Tortilleria La Azteca

Tienda de Abarrotes de la India "G-Spice"

Fachada del comercio de nombre Novadades Nora, ubicado en el Cerrito, en la ciudad de Santiago de Querétaro, Qro, México. Fotografía usada para ilustrar el elemento en Openstreetmap.

Fachada de la Tienda de Frutas y Verduras "Frutería Hernandez"

Pedestrian routes only to the outlet of the Canal Saint-Martin into the Seine

A new train between Braşov and Bucureşti (Bucharest), Romania - awkward vertical hanging spaces for bikes, doubling as space for skis in winter.

The old Downhill lane from follingsby lane to the A1290. Now cycling and walking only

A good view of the Vulcan bomber at the North East Transport museum. With the Nissan wind farm and then Penshaw monument in the distance

Tricycle by Michael Craig-Martin, at the Foundling Museum, London - referring to themes of loneliness and abandonment.

[Image taken 19.3.22] The Hound Lounge, New Earswick, Huntington/York. Doggy teats. There are also doggy grooming products. Coffee and cakes make humans feel welcome, too. Context and links: #180366.

Gwen (Darwin) Raverat's Cambridge classic 'Period Piece' has wonderful descriptions of the early days of cycling.

Gwen (Darwin) Raverat's Cambridge classic 'Period Piece' has wonderful descriptions of the early days of cycling.

Urmston plans for new build 105019/FUL/21 Erection of nursery and play areas .

King John Street modal filter

[Image taken 11.1.22] York: Marygate Lane junction with Railway Walk (to the right). The tunnel to Bootham Terrace under the York-Scarborough rail line is behind the camera position. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Steps (with cycle … [more]

Interesting story about Portugal's bike industry, based in Agueda - www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59386433

Bike and car ferry crossing the Weser estuary between Bremerhaven and Nordenham.

Sign warning of "non-stopping buses", which gives the impression that this is a railway line with trains that take half a mile to stop, rather than a busway on which buses move at normal road speeds and which can stop within the standard … [more]

Free bike pump and tools.

[Image taken 23.8.21] Roundabout, Haxby Road/Haley's Terrace, York. The entrance to Yearsley Pool. Shared use perhaps in recognition of the acute angle of the access and the fact it's immediately off the roundabout (see also: #173606). … [more]

[Image taken 23.7.21] Londis, Haxby Road junction with White Cross Road, York. The space for moving/manoeuvring here is very limited. There is a lot of street furniture in a very compact space. It includes a post box, two Sheffields (cycle … [more]

Country Corner Clothing & Footwear. Something nice to wear.

[Image taken 25.6.21] Hall Ings, Bradford. The premises of Bradford Capital of Cycling see also: #170654, #170655.

Cycling through the Longleat Estate is free of charge, but if you try cycling through the Lions' enclosure it could cost you an ...

[Image taken 28.5.21] 'ATaxis' incised into (at least two sides of) this stone. I spotted it when revisiting the cycle facility: #165640. I was told: A-Team Taxis was on this site - 1 Mill Lane - before the building was demolished: … [more]

Old King Coal on the C2C/NCN 7.

Green Pastures site, our starting point

Segregated cycleway crossing the Transrapid maglev test track in the Emsland, here the northern loop at Dörpen. This publicly funded development started in the 1980s, but was a commercial failure. Siemens has built only one 30.5 km (18.95 … [more]

The historic Exe bridge - not much point opening it up for cycling now.

Maybe there will be a pedestrian/cycle link here to the Darwin Green development.

New cycling artwork brightening up the underpass

Ray Cumbo

The world's most famous bicycle wheel - a readymade by Marcel Duchamp in the Museum Ludwig, Köln

Where the old Welbeck colliery branch line passed over a footpath at Meden Vale

Paths across fields from Adin Avenue, Shuttlewood towards Markham Vale. Direct off road route to the industrial estate from a nearby village.

Looking towards where the old railway sidings were at Seymour, taken on the River Doe Lea flood bank off Seymour Link Road

Where the old railway sidings meet the flood bank for the river doe lea.

Entrance to Birch Hill Plantation, off Mansfield Road. Taken from Poulterwell Lane, that leads to Palterton.

Basil Brown (played by Ralph Fiennes) does a lot of cycling across Suffolk in 'The Dig' (actually from Rickinghall near Diss to Sutton Hoo).

Oxcroft branch line

Old railway line at Staveley that runs from Poolsbrook (Seymour Junction) under TPT to current canal

Bolsover branch line

Path that leads from Doe Lea /Bramley Vale up the side of the dual carriageway and under the J29 subway towards Heath

Route of an old railway line, now a farm track

Footpath off start of 5 pits trail at Corbriggs

The rather odd piece of public art beside RCR11 next to Monkton Lane. Like an ancient skeleton

Heathland by Den Skaeve Bane (The Skewed Path) rail trail

Anywhere else in the Netherlands this would be full of cycle parking - but Amsterdam's central square has other uses.

Ashleworth Hub. Post Office.

Water tap

View from Lamma Island

Electronic sign informing drivers "Mill Road bus gate enforcement camera in operation".

Chorlton Tiger

No ferry from Forthampton at the minute to Tewkesbury.

Ayot St Peter church by National Route 12. A useful landmark.

Walkern Hall from road

How many of you had noticed there were at least 4 bikes painted on this wall? I hadn't. May try for a better photo when lockdown is over. Hard to get a good picture of this wall through the railings. ETA: the wall is blank now as the … [more]

River Lea looking south east at Waterend

Ashton on Mersey Trafford nr Manchester view from footbridge with steps. United Utilities sewage works. Those covers over the treatment beds are they solar panels as well ? Should /could they be ?

CTC winged wheel on former bike repair shop, Corwen (now - the horror! - a hipster barber shop)

Park and ride, and leave your helmets at the bus office for the day.

Hand tally counter used for counting traffic.

Hand tally counter used for counting traffic.

Ironworks - new housing estate being built at the site of the old Mill Road Depot. Scandalously, this will not be a low-car development.

Cambridge in a nutshell.

Article on cargo bikes in Bordeaux

Early autumn heather in full bloom

Garys Cycles in Sligo.

Old path from Clowne Road to Church Road than runs alongside Hawke Brook, a lot more overgrown and disused than it was in the 80s!

Not suitable for cycling (at least not for a while) but there's an old footpath alongside Hawke Brook that's been used for generations to gain access from Clowne Road, to Church Road, although it's a lot less used these days than 30 years … [more]

Former Shuttlewood water treatment works. Possibly a way of forming a connection to the old Oxcroft Branch Line and then onto Seymour from the Oxcroft/Bolsover area

Site of former Shuttlewood water treatment works, all been flattened now, but the old track to the site remains, and could provide access to Mill Lane/ the former oxcroft disposal point site.

Drainage channels under Woodhouse Lane. There is/was an underpass here, it was filled in after the landscaping of the former pit tip was completed.

Track parallel with Woodhouse Lane but behind the tree line.

Footpath from Hill top /Blind Lane, looking towards Shuttlewood

Footpath leading to Chesterfield Road, Shuttlewood

Well used path between fields, off of the official public footpath

My commute through Kings Norton park one Sunday morning

Ramcroft branch line

Old Ramcroft branch line

Opening into field from old Ramcroft branch line, over flat, and well constructed concrete topped, stone railway bridge, linking up with existing footpath through fields and under M1 to Heath.

Church Road towards Stanfree. An old lane in need of some TLC

Path along hawke brook used by local people, would be nice to see it as a proper walk

Access onto Markham Vale tip.

Track leading up towards A632 /arkwright /bridge. Not currently accessible on the bike, but could be a great alternative in time.

Looking towards the busy A632 and well constructed bridge made for the opencasting

Clearance under bridge on busy road. There's steep banks of earth on either side of the bridge though

Bridge at busy A632 road, a good few feet of clearance under the bridge, on both sides. The bridge could be opened up and used as part of a cycle trail.

Access onto Longcourse Lane

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