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Photo listing : other (infrastructure)

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Play area on former railway, Wormit

The Lade route, Perth

The Lade route, Perth - a decent surface for a bit

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

Pretty although muddy pathway through flowers. Right alongside the A1(M) with motorists flying by just metres away on massive tarmacked road. Very noisy.

Under the A1(M)

Pretty pathway sandwiched between a farm field and the A1(M). It is very noisy here, sadly, which spoils it. The flowers are nice but it is a little galling that I have to cycle in the mud next to one of the widest, smoothest motorways i ... [more]

Muddy cycle route next to gigantic motorway junction at Letchworth.

Mud / dust

bit of tarmac farm road

Pretty field and trees, muddy surface, right next to big massive motorway on the other side of the hedge -- which doesn't protect you from the noise.


a lonesome tree muddy, dirt surface

nice field though surface is in bad shape

bit of a narrow rutted path through a some farms, next to a massive motorway junction

field edge path right next to the dual carriageway Hitchin Road leading to the massive motorway junction

Tiny subway wouldn't be complete without a 'cyclists dismount' sign of course.

One of those funny things you find in Stevenage, a funny bit of underpass that connects two small marginal roads. Probably overkill since it is going under a relatively small road. But something. Especially given that at-grade crossings in ... [more]

'Crossing the street' in Stevenage.

New bollards, same old crap crossing

Even a driveway gets priority over Stevenage cycleways.

'floating' bus stop in Stevenage

A Stevenage cyclist, dressed for warfare.

Corroded surface on park pathway

Exeter Cathedral School minibuses blocking access to Exeter cathedral - but it's not a public highway

In the bear pit

Crossing of two cycleways with priority markings for the steeper one.

In the bear pit

In the bear pit

Probably the best sign/way-finding I saw the entire time.

Having a tidy up, I found this. It must date from before 2002, but look what we could have had.

Bikes are allowed on buses, Bratislava (although I never saw any)

This is an old postcard from the much lamented Postcard Shop that used to be on Magdalene Street. (Perish the thought of anyone even considering this...)

Cycle courier (he may be the only one, I think I saw the same chap several times), Bratislava

No cycling here in Bratislava castle

View of the car park 'route' in #105921 to #105924

Van parked on a contraflow cycle lane outside Revolution bar on Downing Street.

Wheeling ramp into a park, Kosice, Slovakia

This collision was recorded as 'serious', but the cyclist died after two and a half months in hospital (Addenbrooke's): ... [more]

Level access between tram stops and campsite, Zlaté Piesky, Bratislava

Looking towards Welbeck Estate

Straight on takes you towards the lake and left takes you onto Robin Hood way towards Welbeck estate and Clumber Park

looking towards Whitwell from the entrance to Cresswell Craggs

Side of Cresswell Craggs looking towards the entrance

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.

Level access to Bratislava station

Level access to Bratislava station

Decent cycle space on this double-deck Bratislava suburban train

Cycle couriers, Bratislava

Wheeling channels behind their own handrail, Bratislava - I've never seen that before.

Cut-through to traffic-free square, Bratislava

One of many cut-throughs in Bratislava - you should dismount here

Narrow towpath is why Route 6 has been moved

Marina on your right

Towpath at the entrance of Shireoaks Marina

old Route 6

If you follow the canal towpath it will take you to Turnerwood a small hamlet in South Yorkshire and to Kiveton Station,,,This along the Cuckoo Way

New Route 6

Cuckoo way sign

Locks before Shireoaks Marina

Looking towards Shireoaks

Canal towpath towards Worksop

under the A57 Worksop By- pass

Follow the towpath under the low bridge through the gym yard onto Church walk ( Route 6 )

Old footbridge over ditch/brook. Was overgrown with brambles and grass. Part of a disused public footpath from the old Markham Lane before it was rerouted, Could provide useful access from the Bolsover branch line. The wood seems rotten dow ... [more]

Old railway bridge over River Doe Lea

Really not a cycle route into the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Direction signs for Newent Cycling Loop. This picture taken from the Double Decker, Stagecoach West 32 Bus.

This sign is located on Horsefair Lane in Newent on the traject of the Newent Cycle Loop. It informs people using motorised road vehicles that, "This is NOT an empty road." Alongside the roadside greenery there are the stark red warnings ... [more]

Are these type of barriers really necessary?

unnecessary barriers?

A fairly pleasant shared use trail, just in need of a tickle to keep from becoming overgrown and slippy from leaf litter

Shared use trail parallel to the River Rother

More barriers

Informal path offering a clue towards the potential space for a new off road shared cycle path running alongside the River Rother, linking Spital with the Railway station without the need to share a road

Looking up from an informal path towards the Toucan crossing on Hollis Lane.. A possible location for a new bit of segregated infrastructure perhaps?

An informal path that could perhaps be used to create a new piece of cycling infrastructure?

informal path running parallel to the Rother

Looking in the direction of other paths that wouldn't be too difficult to link into and create a new piece of shared infrastructure to enable segregated safe cycling between Spital and Chesterfield Station

bridge over the hipper - adequate width to enable shared walking/cycling

The base of a somewhat unloved but very valuable need of some TLC

At the foot of an essential overbridge that crosses two busy dual carriageways and connects to the Hipper Valley Cycleway

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