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The Ecopista do Dão, Portugal, a 49km route on the former railway to Viseu.

Dropped kerb needed to open up a route from Bath station

Dropped kerb needed to open up a route towards Bath station

Cut-through from Lime Grove Gardens, Bath - there's a pedestrian crossing to the left.

Cut-through from Lime Grove Gardens, Bath

Wheeling channel by the steps up to the Kennet and Avon canal towpath

Cut-through to Lime Grove Gardens, Bath

Sydney Road bridge, Bath - not too busy, but it would still be great if cyclists could easily use the routes through Sydney Gardens.

Entrance to Sydney Gardens - not ideal for cycling.

Sydney Gardens footbridge, Bath

Cyclist at the Sydney Gardens footbridge, Bath

Cyclist on the Sydney Gardens bridge, Bath

Cycle parking at the Holburne Museum, Bath

Cycle parking outside the Holburne Museum, Bath - there's better parking inside.

NCN route 4 heading to the left in front of the Holburne Museum, Bath - cyclists wanting to visit the museum need to make a U-turn to reach the right-hand side of the building.

ALL TRAFFIC to the right - and a list of exceptions allowed to cross Pulteney Bridge.

ASL feeder into a bus & taxi lane.

Cargo bikes parked at the start of the pop-up traffic-free zone by Bath Abbey.

Pop-up traffic-free zone 10-6 daily, cycle contraflow at other times - on NCN route 4

Cycle parking at the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath ??

Boat Stall Lane, Bath

Cycle stands at Bath registry office - not really long enough for a bicycle made for two.

Licensed Footpath Unfortunately this does not refer to the sale of alcoholic beverages 🧐

Start of footpath away from busy road.

Eezy bike rental

[Image taken 22.7.21] Marygate car park. (No streetview at this location.) The greenery has been cut back along the fencing but remains overhead. Other issue with unchecked greenery and blind users read updated caption for: #172059. See als ... [more]

[Image taken 22.7.21] Marygate car park. (No streetview at this location.) Behind this one of the two original barricades (see: #169993) the gap in the fencing has been replaced. Therefore there is now just one entry/exit on this side. The ... [more]

[Image taken 25.7.21] Alder Way, New Earswick, York. This is the 'accessible' entry to/exit from Bootham Stray. This is a short, rural, quiet, flat, well surfaced greenway. It is a critical link between New Earswick (Haxby/Huntington) and Y ... [more]

[Image taken 25.7.21] The approach (on both sides) to the pedestrian crossing between Dunelm and the shared-used cycle-ped-wheelchair link between this retail park and the neighbouring one (see: #161559), has been resurfaced. It had fissure ... [more]

Nantwich , Churchyardside

The Warren a great spot for swimming in the Wye.

Track next to the river Wye.

Track next to the river Wye, near area called the Warren.

Household waste site

Old railway route, Aldeburgh


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The 12 most recently modified photos

Capel St Andrew

Bikes on the Butley Ferry (as used by Ralph Fiennes as Basil Brown in 'The Dig')

No Through Road - but RCN 41 goes via the Butley Ferry

Signs for RCN route 41 by Orford Castle

On the Suffolk coastal route 41

Route signs on RCN route 41

End of one Quiet Lane, and the start of another across the road.

[Image taken 12.5.21] Marygate car park, York. The tendrils on the plants close to the camera show robust growth. This corridor may appear bucolic and shaded in hot weather but the unchecked plant and tree growth is hugely reducing the actu ... [more]

Update see: #172507 [image taken 3.7.21] Marygate car park. One of the two original barricades (see: #169993) has been moved back to the car park side of the fencing. But who moves these and why? It seems they shouldn't be here at all: "[im ... [more]

[Update: #169455] [Image taken 9.5.21] Stirling Road, York. If you join the shared use path (there’s no drop kerb here) you can see the Dunelm retail outlet to the right. If you continue in that direction you find a comparable sign to the ... [more]

[Image taken 6.7.19] Alder Way, New Earswick, York. There's signage away from this attractive village. There's nothing to tell you, you are in a place and that this place is New Earswick. There's no clue there are many reasons you might wan ... [more]

[Image taken 6.7.19] Alder Way, New Earswick, York. New Earswick (, is a place. It has an interesting history. It's people-friendly. But there is no, 'We ... [more]

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  • Icon 172544 Sign the route via Abbey Ave and Midway as a route from Verulamium Park to Chiswell Green
  • Icon 172543 Cycle path off and crossing of the B4630 needed to join Midway up to national route 6 and create a safe cycle route from Chiswell Green to Verulamium Park.
  • Icon 172542 Bridleway badly overgrown. Please prune.
  • Icon 172541 Make this track a bridleway to legally allow cycling from South Mimms to Salisbury Manor avoiding the nasty B556 and it's speeding traffic.
  • Icon 172540 Bridleway badly overgrown for approx 300m at this location. Needs major work to cut back vegetation.
  • Icon 172539 Signs needed to make it clear that people on cycles heading to Shenley should use Lime Way to get to the bridleways. Developers should provide this as they have done other signs.
  • Icon 172538 Bridleway is overgrown to the point of being unusable. As this links to a toucan/pegasus crossing this is a key link which needs reopening.
  • Icon 172537 Toucan crossing is not working. Needs repairing and activating.
  • Icon 172536 At the end of the bridleway which is used by cyclists there is a difficult crossing of the road by the entrance to the industrial site. There is no dropped kerb in the pavement to allow access to the cycle path on the south side pavement. Dropped kerb needed.
  • Icon 172535 Bridleway next to this access road has a step over barrier which is accessible to horses but not a person on a cycle unable to carry their cycle. It needs replacing with bollards.
  • Icon 172534 Bridleway open to cycling, but blocked by step over barrier which is ok for horses, but not for anyone unable to carry a cycle. Needs replacing with bollards.
  • Icon 172423 This road has been reduced to 20 mph which is great, but because the road is so wide people tend to travel much faster. A cycle lane here would both protect cyclist and help drivers not speed

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