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108289Photo #108289Old path from Clowne Road to Church Road than runs alongside Hawke Brook, a lot more overgrown and disused than it was in the 80s!Other:
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108288Photo #108288Not 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 ago.Other:
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108287Photo #108287Former 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 areaOther:
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108286Photo #108286Site 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.Other:
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108285Photo #108285Old lane up to Bentinck Road.

The terraced houses were built for Oxcroft Colliery, and the lane was used by the miners to get to work until the colliery closed in the 1970s.
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108284Photo #108284Drainage channels under Woodhouse Lane. There is/was an underpass here, it was filled in after the landscaping of the former pit tip was completed.Other:
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108200Photo #108200Track parallel with Woodhouse Lane but behind the tree line.Other:
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108199Photo #108199Footpath from Hill top /Blind Lane, looking towards ShuttlewoodOther:
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108198Photo #108198Footpath leading to Chesterfield Road, ShuttlewoodOther:
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108197Photo #108197Footpath between hill top/Woodhouse Lane and Chesterfield RoadTrack:
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108196Photo #108196Well used path between fields, off of the official public footpathOther:
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108195Photo #108195Blind Lane, quite picturesque with stream down side of roadTrack:
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108194Photo #108194Blind LaneTrack:
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108193Photo #108193Footpath through treesTrack:
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108192Photo #108192Bolsover Colliery tip, some nice trails on here, plus great views of the CastleTrack:
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108191Photo #108191Trail on Bolsover pit tipTrack:
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108128Photo #108128Access to five pits trail from HeathTrack:
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108127Photo #108127Footpath towards five pits trail from Heath VillageTrack:
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108126Photo #108126Footpath towards five pits trail from Heath VillageTrack:
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108124Photo #108124Footpath from Heath to five pits trailTrack:
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108123Photo #108123Ramcroft trailTrack:
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108122Photo #108122Ramcroft trailTrack:
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108120Photo #108120Disused railway line that provides a great alternative to the footpath through the fields up to Heath from the Stockley TrailTrack:
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108118Photo #108118Access to "Ramcroft Trail" then onto Stockley Trail, using side of field that isn't used for crops.

Ramcroft trial is an old Railway line that served Ramcroft Colliery until the 1960s, complete with flat concrete topped stone bridge over River Doe Lea, a much better alternative to the awkward footbridge on the Public Footpath.
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108117Photo #108117Public footpath up to Heath from Stockley TrailTrack:
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108116Photo #108116M1 underpass, part of public footpath up to Heath from Stockley TrailTrack:
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108115Photo #108115Footpath towards Stockley Trail from HeathTrack:
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108114Photo #108114Footpath down side of field, and alongside of M1 up to Heath from Stockley trailTrack:
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108113Photo #108113Footpath down side of field between Heath and Stockley TrailTrack:
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108111Photo #108111Footpath through fields towards Heath from Stockley trailTrack:
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108110Photo #108110Footpath up to Heath from Stockley TrailTrack:
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108109Photo #108109Footpath towards Stockley Trail from Heath

(it's a better route to use the farmers track at the side of the field that go through the middle of the field in my experience)
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108108Photo #108108Bridge over A617 (Chesterfield by-pass) towards Stockley Trail from Heath / Five pits trailTrack:
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108107Photo #108107Footpath up to Heath Village from Stockley TrailTrack:
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108106Photo #108106Public footpath from Heath to Stockley TrailTrack:
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107340Photo #107340Ramcroft branch lineOther:
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107339Photo #107339Old ramcroft branch lineOther:
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107338Photo #107338Opening 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.Other:
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107314Photo #107314Church Road looking towards Shuttlewood RoadTrack:
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107313Photo #107313Church Road towards Stanfree. An old lane in need of some TLCOther:
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107312Photo #107312Church Road, a decent surface hereTrack:
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107311Photo #107311Path on Church Road, needs improving to make it easier to cycle on.Track:
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107310Photo #107310Overgrown pathway on Church Road, flatter than the proper path which has deep ruts but needs some TLC to make it easier to bike on. Unfortunately this lane suffers due to motorbike use.Track:
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107309Photo #107309Path along hawke brook used by local people, would be nice to see it as a proper walkOther:
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107290Photo #107290Access onto Markham Vale tip.Other:
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107289Photo #107289Trail looking towards DuckmantonTrack:
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107288Photo #107288Track leading up towards A632 /arkwright /bridge. Not currently accessible on the bike, but could be a great alternative in time.Other:
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107287Photo #107287Looking towards the busy A632 and well constructed bridge made for the opencastingOther:
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107286Photo #107286Clearance under bridge on busy road. There's steep banks of earth on either side of the bridge thoughOther:
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107285Photo #107285Bridge 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.Other:
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107284Photo #107284Trail to ArkwrightTrack:
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107283Photo #107283Access onto Longcourse LaneOther:
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107282Photo #107282Trail between Duckmanton and ArkwrightTrack:
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107226Photo #107226Old railway lineOther:
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106983Photo #106983Path around edge of former pit tip, suitable for walking / mountain bikingTrack:
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106982Photo #106982Current path at side of busy A632 road, obviously well used by local dog walkers etcOther:
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106981Photo #106981Bridge on A632 at Arkwright, the bridge which replaced an old railway bridge, was constructed during the opencasting of the area and relocation of the village, allowing access under the road. It was filled in underneath after the opencasting finished, but a gap has been left of a couple of foot. Could provide useful access as a cycle path avoiding the busy main road, if it was opened up.Other:
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106980Photo #106980Path around Arkwright villageTrack:
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106979Photo #106979Path to rear of Arkwright villageTrack:
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106978Photo #106978Track to rear of ArkwrightTrack:
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106977Photo #106977Track around back of ArkwrightTrack:
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106976Photo #106976Track around boundary of old pit tipTrack:
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106974Photo #106974Path around edge of old pit tip, suitable for walking /mountain bikingTrack:
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106973Photo #106973(locked) gate access onto former pit tip.Other:
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106972Photo #106972Track around pit tipTrack:
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106971Photo #106971Track around outer edge of former pit tipTrack:
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106970Photo #106970Track around pit tipTrack:
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106969Photo #106969Track around old pit tipTrack:
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106789Photo #106789Path heading towards Poolsbrook from Seymour / Netherthorpe, can get quite muddy other side of gate, but there's a better way by going left immediately after the ballast and staying in front of the fence until access opens up a little further on.Other:
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106788Photo #106788Access linking Seymour trails and Poolsbrook Country Park over tip, can get quite muddy but only alternative is using the road.Track:
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106787Photo #106787Access over bridge towards Shuttlewood / WoodsideOther:
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106786Photo #106786gravel surface track on old pit tip, great for mountain biking or walkingTrack:
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106785Photo #106785Track on old pit tipTrack:
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106784Photo #106784track around old pit tipTrack:
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106783Photo #106783track around old pit tip , a good loop for mountain bikesTrack:
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106782Photo #106782decent surface track leading around lower edges of tip, great for mountain bikingTrack:
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106781Photo #106781Secure fence and well locked gate onto Buttermilk LaneOther:
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105966Photo #105966Cleared section of old railway at Markham Vale. M1 motorway in the distanceOther:
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105965Photo #105965Cleared section of railway line, looking south.Other:
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105964Photo #105964Old Branch line, recently cleared, suitable for mountain bikersOther:
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105963Photo #105963Footpath that leads from river Doe Lea west flood bank to the branch lineOther:
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105875Photo #105875Public footpath at side of Bolsover branch line, recently cleared, included ramped surface down from old railway line.. Footpath leads down onto Seymour Link Road.Other:
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105874Photo #105874Recently cleared old public footpath providing access from Bolsover branch line to Seymour Link RoadOther:
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105363Photo #105363Bolsover branch lineOther:
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105362Photo #105362Old railway bridge over River Doe LeaOther:
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105359Photo #105359Old 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 down one side of the bridge, but the other side is safe to walk on.Other:
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105182Photo #105182Bolsover branch line / Stockley Trail extension, looking towards Poolsbrook/Seymour Link Road.Other:
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105181Photo #105181Stockley trail extension looking towards Poolsbrook/M1 underpass.Other:
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105180Photo #105180Bolsover branch line, looking towards BolsoverOther:
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105179Photo #105179Bolsover branch line, looking towards Markham Vale/PoolsbrookOther:
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104950Photo #104950Bolsover branch line running through old Coalite site towards Bolsover from PoolsbrookTrack:
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104946Photo #104946Old railway line from Bolsover towards Poolsbrook/Seymour Link Road.Other:
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104943Photo #104943According to recent ordnance survey maps there is a footpath crossing over the river Doe Lea here, but it looks like it's there hasn't been any access across here for some time, can see some evidence that a bridge was here...Other:
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104940Photo #104940M1 underpass towards Seymour Link Road from Doe Lea flood bankTrack:
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104938Photo #104938Track way up to Seymour Link RoadTrack:
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104746Photo #104746Possible route of extension to TPT from Arkwright...Other:
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104745Photo #104745Tarmac roadway from former Arkwright Colliery, could form a useful cycle path /extension to TPTOther:
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104744Photo #104744The old railway line from Hady beyond Dingle Lane bridgeOther:
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104743Photo #104743Looking down Dingle Lane towards the old railway bridge which could form a useful cycle path from Calow to Spital/ChesterfieldOther:
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104742Photo #104742Taken from Dingle Lane, the course of the old railway line is just the other side of the first line of treesOther:
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