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Showing items 1 to 11 from total of 11 locations. Ordered by photo number.

Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
20088 Photo #20088

Ghost bike - removed after pressure from the Royal Parks people. Lennard Woods died here.

20087 Photo #20087

Ghost Bike to commemorate Adrianna Skrzypiec, killed by a hit-and-run HGV in May 2009. (Roundabout on Woolwich Road leading to Blackwall Tunnel Approach [heading South] ) RIP

Collision report

20086 Photo #20086

Stella Chandler, 66, retired caseworker, struck by a left-turning HGV on 7 December 2009, died from her injuries 10 December 2009. Let's hope she can now Ride In Peace. (Junction of Vanbrugh Hill/Blackwall Lane and Trafalgar Road/Woolwich Road)

Collision report:

Road environment:
19020 Photo #19020

Now that's what I call a lot of bikes! Skyride 2009

19019 Photo #19019

This is the NCR21 at Addington. No, really! Perfectly pleasant - but not on a road bike...

18499 Photo #18499

NCR 4 at Watergate Street, Deptford. There is a route marking on the lamppost but it's hard to see with all the other largely confusing signs, most of which are redundant. I love the road narrows sign.

Route sign:
18498 Photo #18498

Shared use pedestrian and cycle path that is badly signposted and there is no lane marked on the pavement. Note also that there are bollards at the beginning of the bridge which force walkers (and there's usually lots of them here) and bikers into the same space. Cycle with caution. Better marking would help.

18497 Photo #18497

This is where the NCR21 meets up with NCR4 and local routes 2 and 18 by Creek Road bridge, London SE8. Building work has made the route sign almost invisible (it's behind the red barrier) and, as it's the last place for free parking before Greenwich, the narrowed route has been obstructed.

18422 Photo #18422

Local bike shop,Cyclesuk, opened around April 09. Creek Road, Greenwich-in-Deptford

Bike shop:
18302 Photo #18302

Do not lock your bike here - it may be removed ''for aesthetic reasons.'' However, there are no signs indicating where the (completely unsatisfactory) bike sheds are hidden. Shouldn't hospitals be supporting healthy exercise rather than discouraging it?

18301 Photo #18301

Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Leave a bike outside main entrance and they threaten to remove it - for aesthetic reasons. Use their bike shed and thieves will take it away. Note the ramps in the foreground have already been forced off the ground. At least this bike is secure...

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