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Photo listing : tracks (infrastructure)

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The older footpath on the Ouse embankment south from Lewes, with the paved Egret Way to the right

The South Downs Way from the Itford bridge across the A26 to Southease youth hostel

Itford bridge, built to carry the South Downs Way across the A26

Leicester’s precious New Walk.

Leicester’s precious New Walk.

Strictly no cycling on Leicester’s precious New Walk.

Leicester’s precious New Walk which strictly prohibits cycling, and these dark blocks are the latest initiative on that.

The bottom of the foot/cycle route down to Mevagissey harbour from the north.

Bridleway to Porthcurno beach

Start of paved bridleway down to Porthgwarra

A German mountain biker went over a cliff near here and died last year - you really shouldn't be cycling on the Cornish Coastal Footpath.

Riding the flood bank Norton Marsh, Brancaster

Byway past Wheal Owles (the 'Poldark' mine, with a bit of help from CGI)

Short dead-end section of bridleway on the Cornish coast

Short dead-end section of bridleway on the Cornish coast

The path from Sunnyside Playing Fields arrives at Sunnyside Street, although it is a bit hidden from view from the road by the buildings.

No signage for Cumbernauld's cycle route 2a to Abronhill near the Palacerigg Country Park visitors' centre.

Mountain bike route from just below the highest point of Corfu all the way down to the coast.

Bridge over A617 (Chesterfield by-pass) towards Stockley Trail from Heath / Five pits trail

M1 underpass, part of public footpath up to Heath from Stockley Trail

Ongoing surface upgrade of bridleway / cyclepath @ Canaston Woods, Nr Narberth, Pembrokeshire

Barrier on track in the RSPB Fen Drayton reserve

The path from Peel Park Place climbing up from the railway bridge to Eaglesham Road at Hairmyres.

A bridge on the path from Hairmyres to Peel Park Place.

Arrotshole Road path climbs up towards the Morrison's supermarket, with other paths connecting at various points.

The motor-traffic-free Arrotshole Road runs alongside the Kittoch Water, right in the middle of the western part of East Kilbride.

This section of Arrotshole Road has been closed to motor vehicles.

The underpass under Rothesay Street leading to the shopping centre from The Murray Roundabout, and on the right a truncated cycle path removed when the Churchill Avenue road layout was altered to allow easier motoring.

A path connecting the main path to Loch Striven.

The underpass beneath Kingsway at the end of Maxwellton Road has ramps and is possible to cycle, but has lots of sharp corners. The dropped kerb is also a bit of a bump.

Chapelside Road through East Kilbride Golf Course.

Chapelside Road through East Kilbride Golf Course. A short section has green matting laid on the road surface.

A path connecting the Stewartfield Way shared footway to a woodland path from where Markethill Road can be accessed.

The view out of the sliproad underpass towards a roundabout and development site. Room for upgrading.

A footway next to the High Common Road/Strathaven Road sliproad. If this was upgraded to a cycleway, there's room to move the path away from the road to give better sightlines into the underpass.

Not a cycleway, just a footway alongside High Common Road, passing under Strathaven Road, with South Lanarkshire College in the background.

A path across the roundabout in Blacklaw Drive, and onwards through the housing scheme.

Underpass beneath St Leonards Road. Unlit during the day.

The Centre Roundabout doesn't have any cycle facilities (unlike the other town centre roundabouts) but does have a ramp to bypass the steps at the town centre side.

Ramp (not really for cycling) down from shopping centre entrance to the bus station area.

The only underpass I saw in East Kilbride with a height restriction sign. Leads to the shopping centre (with some cycle parking at #107433).

Stepped ramp up from the Quarry Road underpass, but a step-free ramp to the right to join the Whitehills cycle path near the bus stop.

Underpass beneath Quarry Road.

Path options approaching Quarry Road. The left branch leads to an underpass.

The path behind Greenhills Primary School turns towards Quarry Road, but has connections straight ahead for Sycamore Crescent.

A slightly wider path next to Greenhills Primary School, although the lampposts have been planted within the width of the path, making it effectively slightly narrower.

A ramped path retro-fitted next to two and half steps without a banister, creating a slightly complex junction behind the Cedar Drive shop.

Path parallel to Cedar Drive.

Ramped footbridge over Stroud Road, looking towards Pine Crescent.

Ramped footbridge over Stroud Road, looking towards Cedar Place.

Ramped footbridge over Stroud Road at Pine Crescent.

Underpass beneath Lickprivick Road leading to the Greenhills shops.

Underpass beneath Lickprivick Road at the Greenhills shops.

The unusual timber and concrete footbridge across Greenhills Road to the Greenhills Library and shops.

Footbridges across Crosshouse Road (foreground) and Mallard Crescent (background). Plus a 'Cyclists Dismount' sign.

The path between Crosshouse and the Greenhills shops, crossing Crosshouse Road by means of a footbridge.

A path parallel to Greenhills Road that connects through to other streets and paths, including an underpass beneath Greenhills Road at Mossneuk.

A path parallel to Greenhills Road, looking east.

The path from Lonsdale Gait goes right through Newlandsmuir to meet up with #107473. A proper crossing across Greenhills Road would help.

There are no signs, but Open Cycle Map shows this as a cycleway - the surface isn't great and it leads cyclists onto the wrong road to the terminal at Stansted Airport

The path from The Saltings to Donald's Quay, and some pedestrian congestion at the barrier seen in #107387.

A path at Donald's Quay, parallel to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath.

Some steps on the Drumchapel Way, with a by-pass ramp, approaching Kinfauns Drive.

The Drumchapel Way continues.

This could be a handy short-cut from Cupar to NCN route 1 towards St Andrews

Riverside route south from Cupar

Disused railway, Wormit - around the corner it's used by a road, which could link to a cycleway.

Foot access to Coldham’s Common.

On the towpath Location: , Fen Ditton (England, United Kingdom)

On the towpath Location: , Fen Ditton (England, United Kingdom)

ah, the national mud wrestling network, incidentally you can cycle here, if you dare Ed: "Turf Lane" the clue's in the name 😉

No access to the path on this side of the Exe

Line of desire into the Sad Janka Krala park, Bratislava

Path in need of fixing, Bratislava

Gate and sign for Robin Hood Way

Exit from Queen’s Park sports centre on shared path towards the Queen’s Park. Showing construction and guard rail.

Shared route entering the Queen’s Park sports centre. Cycle arrow shows way to cycle parking.

Route into Hórsky Park, Bratislava

Entry to Queen’s Park cycle route from Hipper Valley Trail. This route leads to the ‘new’ sports centre.

Towpath from Worksop towards Rhodesia and back onto Route 6

Concrete bridleway from Helston to Degibna

Bridleway through a Cornish farm

Bridleway in the National Trust's Penrose Estate, and a footpath to the left, but a decent link for cyclists

A footpath in the National Trust's Penrose Estate, but a decent link for cyclists

Unsigned junction in the National Trust's Penrose Estate - the bridleway seems to go to the right

Junction of bridleways in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate - definitely for horses rather than bikes

Boardwalk and bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate - it might be fine for cycling in the summer.

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Junction with bridleway in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Junction of bridleways in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Bridge and ford in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

A footpath in the National Trust's Penrose Estate, but clearly well used by cyclists.

Bridleway into the National Trust's Penrose Estate

The old road is actually still viable for cyclists as an alternative to slogging up the hill on the A394

The National Trust's Tremayne Quay - the end of a dead-end track about a mile and a half long.

The National Trust's Tremayne Woods property - a dead-end track about a mile and a half long.

Entry to the National Trust's Tremayne Woods property - a dead-end track about a mile and a half long.

Bridleway to Oddington

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