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Photo listing : tracks (infrastructure)

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Not intended for cycling, but a short section of the Cornish coastal footpath has been improved by the National Trust for wheelchair use.

Parkland Walk approaching A103 from West.

Footbridge off Leys Road, Loughton, Milton Keynes

Loughton Equestrian Centre, Milton Keynes

[Image taken 23.4.22] Malton Road close to junction with New Lane, Huntington, York. A toucan crossing. Access is tricky (see: #181985) and you have to know it is here. I didn't. I only saw it existed a week ago when someone cycled over it ... [more]

Ground-level close-up of recently changed surface of Reynold's Drove (see #182264 for context).

Reynold's Drove, showing surface recently changed from ~3-year-old asphalt (see #178558) to something firm but gravelly, reportedly in response to concerns about slipperiness and/or at the behest of the British Horse Society.

Ground-level close-up of recently changed surface of Reynold's Drove (see #182262 for context).

Rampton end of Reynold's Drove, showing surface recently changed from ~3-year-old asphalt (see #178557) to something firm but gravelly, reportedly in response to concerns about slipperiness and/or at the behest of the British Horse Society.

Where the unpaved Mere Way gives onto the paved Akeman Street (pictured).

Where the paved Akeman Street meets the unpaved Mere Way (pictured). Since #97775, an informal path around the cycle barrier has appeared.

Cathkin Braes Country Park has mountain biking trails and ordinary paths. Here is the path between the car park and Castlemilk.

Pedestrian route through the Vision Park.

Pedestrian route through the Vision Park.

Track through the wildflowers by Trumpington Road.

A second new bridge across the Garscadden Burn (out of view ahead down the hill) has been provided on this path from Belsyde Avenue to Southdeen Avenue, but this section of path has not been improved. The Drumchapel Way crosses from right t ... [more]

NCN route 1 towards Canterbury

Footpath crossing NCN route 1 (unsigned)

Footpaths across heathland on the edge of Canterbury

Gate on the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) and to the right a farm track that links to a bridleway and then a road.

Bridleway connection to NCN route 1

Track parallel to NCN route 1 south from the University of Kent

End of footpath section of the old Crab and Winkle railway

Path on the old Crab and Winkle railway (not a cycleway at this point).

Track on Hambrook Marshes which runs up against the railway before it reaches the buildings

Bridleway south from NCN route 18

Private road leading to Hollersiel on the Hunteradweg.

I suspect the shared-use sign refers to the route behind the camera.

A former road, I think, but supposedly only for pedestrians now.

A former road, I think, but supposedly only for pedestrians now.

Short pedestrian link to the cycleway from Church Langley to Newhall

Cut-through between Blinco Grove and Hartington Grove - the other (north) end is paved.

Cut-through between Hartington Grove and Blinco Grove - the other (south) end is unpaved.

No Cycling on this path past the Accordia development, Cambridge

Needham Market

Needham Market

An important but narrow link through the town between railway station and football grounds.

Track around the new Eddington lake, with observation tower

Future routes into the new Eddington park

You are requested not to cycle at many places in this town.

You are requested not to cycle at loads of places in this town. This is a narrow footbridge and most of the time when there are no pedestrians it is usable for cycling, but not in general and hence there are signs telling you not to do i ... [more]

Pedestrian route to a footbridge

Footpath to Moor End Lane, Shepreth

Footpaths just west of Shepreth

Moor End Lane, Shepreth - there's a strip of hard surfacing for a couple of hundred metres, then some pretty cycleable footpaths.

Bridleway on top of Barrington Hill

Donkey Lane byway in winter

End of Railway Terrace - a sweet little road with no motor vehicle storage that provides a pedestrian and cycle route into Grantham from the railway station.

Footpath linking Kingscliffe Road and Running Furrows Gate, Grantham

Footpath linking Kingscliffe Road and Running Furrows Gate, Grantham

End of Kingscliffe Road, Grantham

Narrow footbridge over the river, Grantham.

Narrow link between Belton Lane and the river, Grantham.

Footway by Belton Lane, Grantham

Footway by Belton Lane, Grantham

Footway by Belton Lane, Grantham

Not the main entrance to National Trust's Belton House, but you can get in here between 9:30 and 4pm - strictly as the gate is automatically controlled.

Footbridge into Wyndham Park, Grantham

Link to riverside from Castlegate, Grantham

Connection to the tunnel under the railway at Grantham.

A useful tunnel under the railway at Grantham.

Poor surface

A narrow jitty in Hinckley.

A narrow 'jitty' in Hinckley.

The bridleway alongside the A1198 Papworth Everard bypass has had a concrete barrier placed across the entrance, although pedestrians and cyclists can get past to the left.

Sandy Lane - a useful link apart from this eastern end.

Alleyway with blue plaque for Dr Myra King Merrick http://www.hinckleypastpresent.org/hinckleyhistorian-myramerrick.html

Former site of Hinckley Leisure Centre.

With a dropped kerb this could be a handy short-cut to the centre of Letchworth.

Howard Park, Letchworth - no cycling, I think, although there's no sign.

Footpath connection from School Lane, Haslingfield

Routes past Haslingfield church

This short stretch of the Rampton Road right of way is still a bit of a mess

A proper link is needed to the shared-use paths by the A21 Farnborough Way

Kissing gate and bridleway alongside the road into Orpington

Greenleys, Milton Keynes

Woodland path between Ascot Avenue and Strathcona Drive, possible to get a bike along, but not very easy due to surface and gradient.

Current state of Rampton Road byway. For cycling, the parallel path along the lake just to the north is more pleasant.

Looking down Fews Lane from the main road

Wilson's Road bridleway (mud)

Wilson's Road bridleway (mud)

Looking along current course of Wilson's Road, Longstanton bridleway 10 (soon to be diverted across bridge? See #178564)

Oakington & Westwick bridleway 9

Eastern entrance to bridleway - barriers are easily bypassed on foot or cycle

[Image taken 14.1.22] Inside the grounds of the former Bootham Park Hospital, Bootham, York. Looking towards the former Hospital (in the direction of the route to York Hospital). Context and links: #177760.

Start of two bridleways from the access road to Kynance Cove

Stepping stones on bridleway

Bridleways crossing on Lizard Down

Bridleways crossing on Lizard Down

Flooded bridleway on Lizard Downs

Link to Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way forking left off the National Trust's access track to Kynance Cove

Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way forking right off the National Trust's access track to Kynance Cove

Bridleway closed by a gate - it only leads to footpaths anyway.

Excellent bridleway from Kynance Cove to the Lizard - part of Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way

A cut-through that's not on online mapping - probably an historic route to/from Mawgan church.

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's not on online mapping - probably an historic route to/from Mawgan church.

UPDATE: See: #177943. [Image taken 29.11.21] Dame Judi Dench Walk, York. [NOTE: The image on streetview shows the gap through the floodwall and works associated with the replacement of Scarborough Bridge in 2018/19 to make it accessible.] T ... [more]

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