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Showing items 1 to 42 from total of 42 items. Ordered by location # descending.

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73150Photo #73150New shared status cycle track alongside Emsworth Primary School, part of a local link in Emsworth avoiding busy roads and giving safe access to schoolsCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
73149Photo #73149Newly opened cycle track, part of NCN2 between Warblington and Havant opened in October 2015Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44058Photo #44058'Jet lane' on the NCN22 to allow cyclists to easily join the on-road lane at the end of the shared cycle path leaving Langstone Technology Park.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
44057Photo #44057"End of Cycle Route" always seems a bit of a badly-worded sign since NCN22 as a route continues along Brookside Road. All that has changed is that it's gone from off-road path to on-road lanes. At least the NCN22 signing is pretty clear.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44056Photo #44056Non-reflective bollard! But this section of the NCN22 is a former part of Brockhampton Lane (severed when the A27 bypass was built in the 1960s), so is probably invitingly wide.Obstruction:
Problem
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44055Photo #44055NCN22 heads westwards, south of the A27 on a well lit path which is often shared with workers from the adjacent Langstone Technology Park on their breaks.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44054Photo #44054The NCN22 passes under the A27 trunk road in this cavernous waterside underpass, complete with historic countryside murals. This section of route is 'cyclists dismount' for obvious reasons!Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
44053Photo #44053This modern replica (not very good) marks the site of the former Havant Mill which was demolished when the A27 bypass was built in the 1960s (photo taken under the slip road bridge). This section of the NCN22 is 'cyclists dismount'.Road environment:
Infrastructure
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44052Photo #44052NCN22 follows the Lavant Stream as it makes its way past Tesco (on the right / west) towards the crossing of the A27Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44051Photo #44051The open environment of the NCN22 as is passes the Solent Retail Park with the Lavant Stream on the right (east)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44050Photo #44050NCN22 crosses the Lavant Stream on this Vierendeel girder bridge, provided as part of the Solent Retail Park developmentCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
44049Photo #44049NCN22 restarts on the west side of Havant town centre on this shared route leading to the Solent Retail ParkCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44048Photo #44048Cycle parking at the west end of West Street precinct - in keeping with the design theme of the pedestrianised areaCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
44047Photo #44047Cycle parking for Havant Bus Station outside the Meridian CentreCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
44046Photo #44046Cycle parking at West Street / Bulbeck Road, HavantCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
44045Photo #44045This section of NCN22 presently starts at the top of North Street, outside Havant Station. At this point the route includes a contraflow cycle lane. This view includes the covered cycle parking for commuters at the Station, provided as part of the Hayling Billy project.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44044Photo #44044NCN22 runs through the Havant Station car park. In the western half, nearest North Street, the route includes a contraflow cycle laneCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44042Photo #44042NCN22 runs through a dedicated lane within Havant Station car parkCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44041Photo #44041NCN22 runs through the Havant Station car park before crossing New Lane through replica gates, copied from the originals which were removed in 1963Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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44040Photo #44040The NCN22 follows this shared footway link between New Lane and Centenary Gardens.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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44039Photo #44039NCN22 follows New Lane for a short length before turning on a dedicated shared path into Centenary Gardens. When the railway gates are lowered (behind the photographer) cyclists have to carry bikes over the footbridge which does not currently have cycle runners fitted.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
44038Photo #44038Despite signage to the contrary, this small section of the Hayling Billy Trail is actually NCN22 (NCN2 will in future join the Trail from the east, behind the photographer, on a new path crossing Warblington School playing fields). The woods to the right (north) are due to be built on soon. The railway gates are a replica of the original gates which were removed in 1963 when the branch line railway closed. The mess is due to grass cutting by Havant Council which was in progress on the day of the photo!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44037Photo #44037Hayling Billy Trail passes under East Street bridge, an original railway bridge, in Havant town centre. Temporarily this section of the Billy Trail is a stub of the NCN2, which passes over the bridge (the connection is south of the bridge).Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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44035Photo #44035At the north end of Town End House car park, the Hayling Billy Trail heads northwards, dropping in level to join the track bed of the former railway line, passing under the East street bridge. Temporarily the route northwards is a temporary spur of the NCN2; pending the building of a new route across Warblington School playing fields, the NCN here leaves the Billy Trail and follows Emsworth Road eastwards.Cycleway:
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44033Photo #44033Entrance to the off road section of the Hayling Billy Trail as it leaves the Town End house car park. The route drops away steeply as it heads southwards, onto the original track bed of the old railway line.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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44032Photo #44032A slight climb and curve as the Hayling Billy Trail leave the track bed of the old railway line (closed in 1963) and meets the footpath between Grove Road and Lymbourn Road (which used to cross the railway on a bridge)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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44030Photo #44030Hayling Billy Trail approaching Havant town centre. Out of sight to the east (right) is the Lymbourne StreamCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44029Photo #44029The Hayling Billy Trail as it passes under the A27 trunk road. There is no connection between the two.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
44028Photo #44028The Hayling Billy Trail runs beside the Lymbourne Stream south of the A27 crossingCycleway:
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cycleways
44027Photo #44027Hayling Billy Trail at the crossing of paths from Wade Court (left) and Southbrook Road (right)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43864Photo #43864The Hayling Billy Trail (National Cycle Network route NCN2) as it crosses the A3023 Langstone Road; until 1963 this was the location of a level crossing on the railway line which the cycle route now uses.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43863Photo #43863The Hayling Billy Trail heading northwards from Langstone towards Havant, following the route of the old railway line which closed in 1963. This section was built by Havant Borough Council in 2003 and forms part of National Cycle Network route NCN2.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43862Photo #43862The Hayling Billy Trail heading south from Mill Lane, Langstone in a section built by Havant Borough Council in 2010. This forms part of National Cycle Network route 2.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43859Photo #43859Southleigh Road, Havant - new off-road cycle route created in 2010 at the gateway into the built-up areaCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43857Photo #43857Upgraded uncontrolled crossing as part of new cycle route across the north of Leigh Park, Havant, linking into National Cycle Network route NCN22. Constructed by Havant Borough Council in 2011 using 'Safe Routes to School' funding.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43856Photo #43856New link onto the Hayling Billy Trail, part of National cycle Network route NCN2, created by Havant Borough Council in 2012. The gravel surfaced section of the Trail further from the camera was completed in 2009. Funding is by Sustrans.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43855Photo #43855Welcome to Hayling Island! New map and attraction signage associated with the upgraded Hayling Billy Trail (part of National Cycle Network route 2) provided by Cycle Hayling in 2012General sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
43854Photo #43854The Hayling Billy Trail, part of National Cycle Network route NCN2, on the northern coast of Hayling Island; recent works by the Environment Agency have provided coast protection and a safe cycling surface behind the new sea wallCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
43853Photo #43853A section of Langstone Road footway, part of the Hayling Billy Trail, National Cycle Route NCN2, created by Havant Borough Council using funding from Sustrans in 2012Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
32664Photo #32664Shared cycle path outside St James School, Emsworth, built 2011Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
32663Photo #32663East Street, Havant, with the National Cycle Route 2 access to the Hayling Billy TrailRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
32454Photo #32454New cycleway provided under A27 at Emsworth, HampshireCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways

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