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15848Photo #15848Bridleway to Cromwell Road at the Greenfield Lane entrance, WolverhamptonCycleway:
Misc
cycleways
15847Photo #15847Bridleway to Green Field Lane, WolverhamptonCycleway:
Misc
cycleways
15846Photo #15846Start of the Bridleway to Greenfield Lane, WolverhamptonGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
15845Photo #15845Cycle Parking at Morrisons supermarket Pendeford, Wolverhampton - 3 racks vs 200 car parking spacesCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
15715Photo #15715Newhampton Road East. This carefully planned 1.5metre wide advisory lane through the new splitter islands was burnt off on the day it was painted because it confused Wolverhampton motorists.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
15714Photo #15714A41 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton. Advisory Cycle lanes with limited parking restrictions are of limited useCar storage:
Problem
carstorage
15713Photo #15713A41 Tettenhall Road , Wolverhampton advisory cycle lanes are often blighted by parked carsEnforcement:
Problem
enforcement
15712Photo #15712Albert Road Advanced Stop Lane with law breaking cars stopped in it. WolverhamptonEnforcement:
Infrastructure
enforcement
15711Photo #15711Wolves BUG riders on the bridleway from Gunstone Hall, near Codsall Wood, StaffordshireBicycle:
Misc
bicycles
15710Photo #15710Snow Trike by PashleyBicycle:
Misc
bicycles
15709Photo #15709Wolves BUG members leaving Pendeford SquareBicycle:
Misc
bicycles
13232Photo #13232Pendeford Lane, Wolverhampton passing the Hockey Club is a bridleway. The entrance to Welney Gardens, Pendeford is by the yellow barrier.Other:
Infrastructure
general
13231Photo #13231Pendeford Hall Lane, near Wolverhampton. Short length of shared use cycleway allows a rider to climb slowly in peace. Middle Lane - an ancient, often flooded bridleway starts at the left of the pictureCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
13230Photo #13230Pendeford Hall Lane at Upper Hattons Farm, north of Codsall looking towards the bridge over the Shropshire Union. Ann-Charlotte is emerging from the lane to Old Hattons FarmDestination:
Misc
destinations
13229Photo #13229Old Hattons Farm, near Codsall, Staffs is on a bridleway and is run by Severn Trent Water.Destination:
Misc
destinations
13228Photo #13228Descending the bridleway [free from equestrians and pedestrians at this time] towards Old Hattons Farm. Just the best place for children to learn fast descents!Bicycle:
Misc
bicycles
13227Photo #13227Track then Bridleway from Long Birch Farm towards BrewoodDestination:
Misc
destinations
13226Photo #13226The perfect bridleway descent. Old Hattons Farm near Codsall is in the distance. It's run by Severn Trent Water for the spreading of 'solids' on the land. This is where new cyclists can learn to freewheel fast!Destination:
Misc
destinations
13225Photo #13225Bridleway near Long Birch Farm, Codsall, StaffsDestination:
Misc
destinations
13224Photo #13224Bridleway looking towards Long Birch Farm near Codsall, Staffs.Other:
Misc
general
13223Photo #13223Gates at entrance to Long Birch Farm, near Codsall in Staffordshire. A superb, metalled public bridlewayDestination:
Misc
destinations
13222Photo #13222Gunstone Lane, near Codsall Wood , Staffordshire. The start of the bridleway towards Gunstone Hall FarmDestination:
Misc
destinations
13221Photo #13221Gunstone Lane, near Codsall Wood , Staffordshire. The start of the bridleway towards Chillington HallDestination:
Misc
destinations
13018Photo #13018Cycle Parking at the Friends' Meeting House, Summerfield Road
Wolverhampton
Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
13017Photo #13017Friends Meeting House, Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton. Wolves on Wheels Cycle campaign meets here last Wednesday of the month 1830hrsDestination:
Misc
destinations
13016Photo #13016Summerfield Road looking towards Banks's BreweryOther:
Misc
general
13015Photo #13015Entrance to Friends Meeting House, Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton. Wolves on Wheels Cycle Campaign meets here last Wednesday of the month from 1830 hrsOther:
Misc
general
12100Photo #12100Casual Cycle Parking at the entrance to the Main Library, Garrick Street, Wolverhampton.
More stands on the forecourt are needed.
Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
12099Photo #12099Cycle Parking at the main library, Garrick Street, Wolverhampton.
More stands needed.
Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
12098Photo #12098Bilston Street, Wolverhampton at the end of the city's main shopping street. Simply not enough Sheffield Stands at this location.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
12097Photo #12097Casual cycle parking on Dudley Street, Wolverhampton. The main shopping street in the city has had a facelift without providing any formal cycle stands. Wolves on Wheels have campaigned at all stages to include Sheffield stands in the new design so far to no avail.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
12096Photo #12096Casual Cycle Parking on the terraces of Queen Square, Wolverhampton. A large number of Sheffield Stands here instead please.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
12095Photo #12095Casual Cycle Parking. Main Entrance. Wolverhampton University, off St Peter's Square / Wulfruna Street. 20 parking spaces please.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
11727Photo #11727Town Hall, West Bromwich High StreetDestination:
Misc
destinations
11726Photo #11726At the end of the shared use cycle way, Dudley Street, West Bromwich looking towards the Clock TowerDestination:
Misc
destinations
11725Photo #11725'Ordinary' cycle parking on Carters Green, West Bromwich, looking towards the clock tower.Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
11203Photo #11203Weddall Wynd, Princes End, Tipton. Track to Millington Road noted on the Brum A-Z as Partridge Bridge.Destination:
Misc
destinations
11202Photo #11202Weddall Wynd, Princes End side, Tipton. Partridge Bridge is behind the photographer. Turn left for the direct track to Peter Avenue, Batman's Hill, Bilston rather than fork right to the severe access barrier seen in the distance.Destination:
Misc
destinations
11201Photo #11201Path on Weddall Wynd open ground, near Peter Avenue, Batman's Hill near BilstonDestination:
Misc
destinations
11200Photo #11200Below Castlecroft Road bridge, Wolverhampton. The sign is the start of the Kingswinford Railway walk [behind photographer to Wombourne and Himley] and the Smestow valley local nature reserve. These are both leisure routes on an ex-GWR trackbed but the Smestow Valley LNR [Wolverhampton City Council] is plagued by many restrictive access barriers, muddy cuttings and a 1/4 mile stretch of very loose gravel. The last gate for Wombourne-bound riders is in the background. These riders have joined the Railway Walk using the ramp down from the north side of Castlecroft Road. There are no gates between here and Wombourne - bliss!Route sign:
Misc
routesigns
11190Photo #11190Access control on path between Weddall Wynd open ground and Peter Avenue, Batman's Hill, BilstonObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
11189Photo #11189Path from Peter Avenue, Bilston alongside factory perimeter to Weddall Wynd open ground.
Difficult access control is behind the photographer.
Destination:
Misc
destinations
11188Photo #11188Passage way looking towards Peter Avenue, Batman's Hill / Bradley near BilstonOther:
Misc
general
11187Photo #11187Bankfield Road, Bilston looking past the road plug to the canal bridge and path through the treesDestination:
Misc
destinations
11186Photo #11186Bankfield Road, looking towards Bilston. Pluggged street gives traffic free access for cyclists between Bilston centre and Salop Street.Destination:
Misc
destinations
11185Photo #11185Route to Prosser Street, Bilston. Footbridge over A463 is behind and left of the PhotographerCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
11184Photo #11184Footbridge across the A463 Black country Route at Stonefield Road, Bilston. Good connection for riders going from Bilston centre by Morrisons to the routes along the south side of the A463Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
11151Photo #11151Access barrier to Partridge Bridge section off Weddall Wynd open ground, opposite Millington Road, Princes End, Tipton. No cycle nor any wheelchair can get through this one. Bikes have to be lifted over the padlocked 5 bar gate in the left of picture.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
11150Photo #11150Access barrier to Weddall Wynd open ground at the southerly end of Peter Avenue, Batman's Hill Bilston. Bicycles cannot go easily through the barrier. It prevents access to any sort of wheelchair. Sharp 1 in 10 gradient followed by straightforward track to Prince's End, TiptonObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
11149Photo #11149BARRIER ON PATH FROM PETER AVENUE, BATMAN'S HILL, BILSTON TO WEDDALL WYND OPEN GROUND.
ADULT BIKE WILL NOT GO ROUND THE GATE. LOOKS DOUBTFUL IF A WHEELCHAIR WILL GO ROUND ALSO.
WEDALL WYND IS THE OPEN LAND WHERE THE CYCLING IN SANDWELL NETWORK MEETS THE WOLVERHAMPTON CYCLE NETWORK.
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
10896Photo #10896Trescott Ford, StaffordshireDestination:
Misc
destinations
10895Photo #10895Trescott Ford . Wheeee!

A454 Bridgnorth Road is in the background . A superb bridleway begins to the left of the house and goes to the Pattingham Road ( - not advisable in high summer due to tall crops )
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10894Photo #10894The Birmingham Main Canal / NCN81 goes under the railway station car park in a tunnel in Wolverhampton. It's closed in with no escape. More access is needed to the towpath.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
10893Photo #10893The NCN 81 sign on Broad Street Bridge points directly to Birmingham - straight over the parapet into the canal !!!
There is no access to the Brum-bound towpath at all in the direction in which the sign is pointing.
Route sign:
Problem
routesigns
10892Photo #10892Birmingham Main Canal - 21Locks section looking towards the Oxley viaducts. The 21 locks section forms a pleasant direct alternative to NCN81cross city route sectionCycleway:
Misc
cycleways
10891Photo #10891The Great Western, Sun Street, Wolverhampton.
Wolves on Wheels Cycle Campaign meets here on the last Wednesday of the month (except August and December)
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10851Photo #10851Ring Road St Davids, Wolverhampton. This shared use path goes between Railway Drive (overhead in the photo) and Broad Street basinCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10850Photo #10850Northycote Farm is on the junction of Bushbury Lane and Underhill Lane, Wolverhampton. It is run by Wolverhampton council as a visitor attraction and country park.

www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/leisure_culture/parks_recreation/countryside/nature_reserves/northycote_farm.htm
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10827Photo #10827Top Lock of the 21 Locks, Birmingham Main Canal. Get off and walk here! Broad Street Basin ahead. The tall building in the background is the Chubb Locks building - home of the Light House Arts and Media centre - most cyclist friendly cinema!Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10826Photo #10826Brand new advisory cycle lanes on Bushbury Lane both directions are only 1.1metres wide from the kerb including the gutter. This is a last minute scheme by WCC Road safety at year end which maddened local representatives as no mention at all of the year's cycle forums.
The recommended minimum excluding any drainage John Partridge is 1,5metres - in which a trike or trailer can actually fit. The road is wide enough for this in both directions.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
10825Photo #10825Cable Street, Wolverhampton. Riders climbing under the main line railway bridge contre-jour.
Sutherland Avenue, Cable Street, Caledonia Road, Brown Street and Mason Street make a cyclists east-west route south of the city centre between East Park and Blakenhall
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10824Photo #10824The track across playing fields between Green Park and Laburnum Drive, East Park in Wolverhampton. No dropped kerb this end. Vital link between quiet streets for riders going between Wolverhampton and BilstonOther:
Problem
general
10823Photo #10823Laburnam Drive, East Park, Wolverhampton. Track across playing fields to Green Fields district. Useful for a quiet ride to BilstonDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10797Photo #10797top of Corn Hill Wolverhampton.
Rob Marris MP (Wolverhampton SW on the left ) and two of the many Davids in Wolves on Wheels Cycle Campaign discuss the social ride to Short Heath
Bicycle:
Misc
bicycles
10796Photo #10796Horseley Fields canal junction - start of Wyrley and Essington canal towards WednesfieldBicycle:
Misc
bicycles
10795Photo #10795Horseley Fields Canal Junction looking up Birmingham Main Canal towpath [NCN81] towrds Wolverhampton city centre and rail stationCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
10794Photo #10794Horseley Fields canal junctionDestination:
Misc
destinations
10793Photo #10793A454 Horseley Fields, Wolverhampton. Turn left at end of the brick wall to reach Horseley Fields canal junctionDestination:
Misc
destinations
10792Photo #10792Locked barrier at the end of Grove Street. Wyrley and Essington Canal is behind the photographerDestination:
Misc
destinations
10790Photo #10790Looking towards Wednesfield Way bridge. Wyrley and Essington Canal towpathDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10789Photo #10789The cycle way opposite leads up onto Wednesfield Way.
The segregated cycle lanes on Wednesfield way all lead to this point - the wrong canal towpath - a towpath that doesn't go anywhere - straight towards a barbed wire barrier! A cyclist trying to ride towards Wolverhampton has to abandon the cycle lanes and join the A4124. Chocolate chain ring award anyone?
Other:
Problem
general
10787Photo #10787Wyrley and Essington canal towpath looking under Wednesfield Way towards the silver arch at the old railway bridge.Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10786Photo #10786New Cross Avenue bridge above looking towards old New Cross bridge, Wednesfield.Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10785Photo #10785Bentley Bridge, Wednesfield.
left fork is the canal towpath.
Right fork into the shopping centre.
Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10784Photo #10784Bentley Bridge wharf, Wyrley and Essington canal, WednesfieldDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10783Photo #10783From the iron bridge at Bentley Bridge wharf, Wyrley and Essington canal looking towards New Cross canal bridge.Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10782Photo #10782From the iron bridge at Bentley Bridge wharf, Wyrley and Essington Canal, WednesfieldDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10781Photo #10781Wyrley and Essington Canal towpath at Bentley Bridge, WednesfieldDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10780Photo #10780Wyrley and Essington Canal towpath
Wednesfield
(picture location needs checking)
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10779Photo #10779Moathouse Lane, WednesfieldGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
10778Photo #10778Moathouse Lane Bridge, Wyrley and Essington Canal, WednesfieldDestination:
Misc
destinations
10777Photo #10777Pool Hayes Bridge
Wyrley and Essington Canal
Willenhall
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10776Photo #10776The kissing gate near Devil's Elbow Bridge, Wyrley and Essington canal, Wednesfield.
Rob Marris MP lifts his bike over this barrier to cycling. It wouldn't wheel in and out of the gate.
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
10775Photo #10775The Kissing Gate at Devil's Elbow Bridge, Wyrley and Essington canal, Wednesfield.
A bicycle cannot be wheeled into the gate's reservoir without clashing with the gate. Some bikes have to be lifted over. NCN 54 is planned to go along this towpath.
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
10750Photo #10750School Street, Wolverhampton. Peel Street is on the left with the bright red car in it. Wolverhampton market is straight ahead.
School Street is severed by the market place. Cyclists do ride across the market square when there's no market on e.g. route between Queen Square and Great Brickkiln Street
Destination:
Misc
destinations
10749Photo #10749Westminster Avenue, Penn, Wolverhampton showing the footpath from Goldthorn Hill / Coton Road to Colton Hills crossing the end of the street.Destination:
Misc
destinations
10748Photo #10748Dead end at Coton Road, Goldthorn Hill, Wolverhampton.
Cycling around this barrier is popular though prohibited by signs.
Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10747Photo #10747Alleyway off Swan Bank, Penn, Wolverhampton leading to Butts Road. No cycling sign is overgrown.Destination:
Misc
destinations
10746Photo #10746Alleyway at the end of Butts Road, Penn, Wolverhampton. Swan Bank is at the other end. No cycling sign is posted at both ends.Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10745Photo #10745George Street, Centre of Wolverhampton is part of St John's Urban Village and is infamous for its really bumpy cobbles. Plugged Street. Snow Hill is the road beyond the pavement. Turn left from here to Fred Williams Cycles and city centre,Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10744Photo #10744Cycle Parking at Waitrose, WolverhamptonCycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
10732Photo #10732Primrose Lane bridleway, BushburyDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10731Photo #10731Entrance to Primrose Lane bridleway at Greenfield Lane, BushburyDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10730Photo #10730Primrose Lane bridleway, BushburyDestination:
Infrastructure
destinations
10729Photo #10729Entrance to Primrose Lane, Bushbury, Wolverhampton. This bridleway links Greenfield Lane and Cromwell RoadGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
10728Photo #10728Cycle stands at Morrisons, Pendeford, WolverhamptonCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
10727Photo #10727Wayside, Dovecotes, towards PendefordDestination:
Misc
destinations
10725Photo #10725NCN Route 81 on the Shropshire Union Canal at the Droveway.
If you cross over the canal bridge you can ride along Wayside towards Reapers Walk and Dovecotes school.
Cycleway:
Misc
cycleways
10724Photo #10724NCN route 81 on the Shropshire Union Canal at Wolverhampton Boat ClubDestination:
Misc
destinations
10723Photo #10723NCN Route 81 in Pendeford area - last mile before the end of the Shropshire Union CanalGeneral sign/notice:
Misc
signs

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