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Showing items 1 to 12 from total of 12 items. Ordered by location # descending.

Location # Icon Video Photo Caption Categorisation
16437Photo #16437Concrete mounting steps for tall horses or ordinary bicycles.Other:
Infrastructure
general
16436Photo #16436Pedestrian underpass, enforced by barriers and hectoring signs. Wondering if this bit isn't legally a public bridleway too.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
16435Photo #16435Half muddy and for horses, half paved for pedestrians, cyclists and owners of bad, blurry pinhole camera devices.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
16434Photo #16434Cycle route links up the city centre to Raleigh Park and ultimately Cumnor. Some hill-climbing and walking required.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
16433Photo #16433The route crossing the stream here is half tarmac and half cobbles and mud. Legally it's a public bridleway with motor vehicle access for the landowner to the paddocks beyond this bridge. You can see the locks on the bottom of the bollards.

Practically it's rather a nice cycleway into town from North Hinksey. Watch out for pedestrians though.
Road environment:
Misc
road
16432Photo #16432This bit of the Thames Path is a signed cycle route between Botley Road and the South side of the City Centre.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
16431Photo #16431I feel welcome already. It's otherwise a signed cycle route. Perhaps it would be safer to take the main road?General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
16430Photo #16430Funky horizontal/vertical tactile paving. This is the only sign that this bit of pavement is a (probable) cycle route into King George's Playing Fields.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
16429Photo #16429Looking East from the end of the off-road cycle route onto the mini-roundabout on Ferry Hinksey Road and Osney Mead. Bit of the busy industrial park visible beyond the roundabout.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
16428Photo #16428Love wins. Also a footpath and cycleway (and a bridleway, but a nice done-up one).Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
16427Photo #16427Public bridleway marker at the end of Delbush Avenue.Route sign:
Misc
routesigns
16426Photo #16426Entrance to the (useful, paved, continuous, lit) bridleway across the North end of Sandhills is approached by a short bit of pavement and wiggle-barriered off slightly from the turning circle at the end of Burdell Ave. That's fine, but why the No Cycling sign?

(There's a similar situation with a No Pedestrians sign roughly where it joins Bayswater Farm Rd and Colwell Drive to the West. I haven't been able to complete the set and find a No Horses sign yet)
General sign/notice:
Problem
signs

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