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Showing items 1 to 31 from total of 31 items. Ordered by location # descending.

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15308Photo #15308The unofficial cycle path into Cambourne from Broadway meets a haul road after which it becomes official and well surfaced.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
15307Photo #15307The unofficial cycle path into Cambourne from Broadway meets a haul road after which it becomes official and well surfaced.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
15306Photo #15306New housing on Eastgate in Cambourne where the cycle path to Broadway leaves the town.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
15305Photo #15305The point at which the path to Broadway leaves Eastgate in Cambourne. This crosses a haul road and becomes a rough concrete track a little further on. (November 2008). To see what this location looked like two years earlier, look at #9624.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
13008Photo #13008Diverted bridleway at Cambourne. Oddly, at the time of posting Google maps still shows a crossing of the A428 - don't be fooled, it doesn't exist. Horse riders and cyclists must use this diversion.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
13007Photo #13007A horse stop light at the Pegasus crossing over the A428 slip road at Cambourne. Cyclists have an adjacent slalom.Other:
Infrastructure
general
13006Photo #13006The "Pegasus" crossing across the A428 slip road. Cyclists have a slalom to contend with here, while horse riders risk a refusal or four faults.Other:
Infrastructure
general
13005Photo #13005The A428 from the Cambourne interchange. There should have been a bridleway crossing just a little in the distance, but instead it was diverted across the bridege from which this photo was taken. See adjacent pictures for the "Pegasus" crossing.Other:
Infrastructure
general
10937Photo #10937Exit from the Cambourne A428 junction on to the old road towards Bourn. This road is now much quieter since most traffic has moved to the new dual carriageway.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
10936Photo #10936Where has all the traffic gone? Answer: on to the new dual carriageway. Approaching Cambourne on the old A428, now much better for cyclists.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
10935Photo #10935[Position is approximate - this road not yet on the map or satellite image]. Old crosses new. The new A428 dual carriageway has attracted most of the traffic which used thunder along this road, so that it is now much better for cyclists.Other:
Misc
general
10934Photo #10934The flyover which carries the "old" A428 over the new dual carriageway. Much lower traffic levels make this far more attractive for cyclists, though motor traffic can still come quite fast.Other:
Misc
general
10933Photo #10933Exit from roundabout on to the "old" A428, following completion of dualling work. This road is now much more cycle friendly, though the small amount of motor traffic on it can still be quite fast. The new A428 dual carriageway can be seen in the background.Other:
Misc
general
10642Photo #10642A clear message on a sign in Florida a little way North of Daytona Beach which a number of British motorists could do with taking on board.General sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
10329Photo #10329The path beside the A428 at the junction with the new alignment of Broadway (the road to Bourn). Work on this path has now been completed (6 July 2007).Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10325Photo #10325Approaching Childerley Gate from the new flyover on the A428. The footpath is well surfaced, but horribly narrow - however, most traffic is now using the new dual carriageway, so riding on the road is much more attractive. (Position is approximate as the new line of the road is not on the map - 6 July 2007)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10230Photo #10230A sharp left turn is needed to access the cycle path to Caxton Gibbet when coming from Cambourne on the road to Elsworth. Note the new part of the path is not yet shown on the map (12 Jan 2007)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10229Photo #10229Cycle path from Caxton Gibbet joins the Elsworth Cambourne road - note the tight turn if you want to go right to Cambourne.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10228Photo #10228Point at which the cyclepath to Caxton Gibbet leaves the road from Elsworth to Cambourne. Note this path is not yet on the map (12 Jan 2007)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10227Photo #10227Cycle path running parallel to the A428 linking the Cambourne-Elsworth road with Caxton Gibbet. Note this path is not yet shown on the map (12 Jan 2007)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10226Photo #10226Cycle path from A1192 Caxton-Papworth road near Caxton Gibbet. The path runs parallel to the A428 dual carriageway until it meets the road from Elsworth to Cambourne.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10225Photo #10225Exit from cycle path on to A1198 Caton-Papworth road near Caxton Gibbet. Note this path is not yet on the map (12 Jan 2007)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10172Photo #10172Lay-by for wide loads - and cycle path for narrow bicycles!Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
10171Photo #10171Short "no through road" on leaving Hardwick - cyclists and pedestrians are able to access the A428 at the end of this section.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10170Photo #10170Cut through on to footpath beside the A428.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10169Photo #10169Flyover taking Broadway over the A428 dual carriageway.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
9628Photo #9628Approaching the A428 from the Broadway flyover (road from Bourn).Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
9624Photo #9624OLD PHOTO of the track leading to Broadway from Cambourne at the point it leaves Eastgate. This scene has changed beyond recognition since this picture was taken, see adjacent photos #15305 and #15306.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
9623Photo #9623Concrete ramp on to Broadway from the track from CambourneCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
9622Photo #9622Approaching Broadway from Cambourne on the old airfield track. This barrier prevents motor vehicle access, but is sometimes over to the left to permit access. Take care if approaching in the dark!
This path is likely to be upgraded as Cambourne development continues.
Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
9621Photo #9621Entrance to old airfield track which provides unofficial pedestrian and cycle access to Cambourne from Broadway. It may be upgraded as Cambourne continues to develop.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways

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