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41867 Photo #41867

Direction sign indicating from Norton-Radstock Greenway towards Five Arches Greenway.

The Five Arches bridge which gives its name to the Greenway can be seen in the background.

The Norton Radstock Greenway is built on the trackbed on part of the former Frome-Bristol railway and the Five Arches Greenway on part of the former Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway which ran from Bath Green Park station to Bournemouth.

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32646 Photo #32646

Crap Cycle Path Design Part 99

Location: , Buckland Dinham (England, United Kingdom)

Why, oh why did they design a cattle grid on a cycle path where you have to steer your bike whilst on the wet slippery grids. Just goes to show what a waste of paper 'risk assessments' really are

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32645 Photo #32645

Sunny Saturday Simply Cycling in Somerset

Location: , Mells (England, United Kingdom)



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30561 Photo #30561

Junction of Mells Road and Hatchet Hill, near Kilmersdon, Somerset, UK

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29228 Photo #29228

NCN24 Sign at Great Elm

Location: , Great Elm (England, United Kingdom)

It only took about four years of patient negotiation with the local authority and the local populace by Sustrans but, at long last, one of the last unsigned junctions on the NCN24 route between Bath and Frome has a proper signpost. This rather nice metal post carries directions to local destinations as well.

The "Saturday Gang" of the Somer Valley Wheels group stop to admire...

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Good practice
20212 Photo #20212

Miners' Memorial, comprising of one of the winding wheels from Somerset's last working colliery - Kilmersdon - which closed in 1973.

20211 Photo #20211

Bike It, cycle shop in Radstock

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