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Access to the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

Start of the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

The Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

map of route to the centre of Radstock and the Norton-Radstock Greenway

Route signs and Toucan crossing - the only way across the busy A367.

Cyclists arriving in Radstock on the Norton-Radstock Greenway.

Route sign and cycle stands at the start of the Norton-Radstock Greenway

Short and fairly useless piece of shared-use footway.

Short and fairly useless stretch of shared-use footway.

Just a short link needed to link Charlton Park to the short isolated stretch of shared-use footway put in by developers on Fosseway.

Developers have put in a short isolated stretch of shared-use footway on Fosseway - the council should extend this at least the 100 metres to Charlton Park.

Developers have put in a short isolated stretch of shared-use footway on Fosseway - the council should extend this all the way to the Chilcompton turning.

Adult and child bikes in the tiny hanging space in a new Intercity Express Train

Cycle parking and crossing from Bath Spa station

Two sets of cycle stands at Bath Spa station

Bike shop and parking at Bath Spa station.

Arrow towards NCN route 4 at Bath Spa station

Cycleway markings on NCN route 4 in central Bath

Cut-through from NCN route 4, Bath - dropped kerb needed

Share With Care sign and cycle contraflow on NCN route 4, Bath

Modal filter and cycle stands on this square, Bath

Cycle stands and modal filter on NCN route 4, Bath

Cycle parking, Bath

Cycle parking, Bath

Road closure to aid post-Covid19 social distancing, Bath

Cycle stands and marker for NCN route 4, Bath

Shared space sign, Bath

Contraflow marking in Bath

Two sets of cycle stands in a pedestrianised area of Bath

Cycle parking and cycle contraflow sign (superseded by Covid-19 measures)

Closed to motor vehicles for social distancing - but why the cones?

Start of contraflow cycle lane at the former Green Park station, Bath

Contraflow cycleway moving from the footway to the carriageway

Cut-through with plenty of cycle parking, Bath

Two sets of cycle stands at an NHS surgery, Bath

Contraflow cycle lane parallel to NCN route 4, Bath

Contraflow cycle lane towards NCN route 4, Bath

Contraflow cycle link to NCN route 4, Bath

Cyclists entering Bath on NCN route 4

Very odd to have a shared space sign in this direction - it's a road, quite simply.

Junction of NCN route 4 to the historic centre of Bath and the riverside route towards the station.

Junction and route sign on NCN route 4, Bath

Route marker on NCN 4, Bath

Cycle contraflow on NCN route 4 entering Bath

Cut-through to NCN route 4, Bath

Victoria Bridge and link to the riverside route (NCN route 4)

Cyclists on NCN route 4, the Bath-Bristol cycle route

Cyclist on Victoria Bridge, Bath - closed in 2010 and finally restored and reopened in 2015, partly due to pressure from cycling groups.

Cycle parking and riverside route, Bath

Traffic-free link from Victoria Bridge, Bath

Route sign to NCN route 4 on Victoria Bridge, Bath

Riverside route and the Victoria Bridge, Bath

Riverside cycleway and the Victoria Bridge, Bath

No Cycling on this route to the Homebase car park, Bath

The riverside cycle route forks right here.

Access to the former Green Park station from the west is on the old railway bridge, or a modern pedestrian bridge.

Two sets of cycle stands by the Green Park Sainsbury, Bath

Riverside cycleway, Bath

Cycle parking in the former Green Park station, Bath (and car spaces fenced off for socially distanced street food)

Cycle parking in the former Green Park station, Bath

Bike shop in the former Green Park station, Bath

Cycle parking in the former Green Park station, Bath

Local cyclists use the former Green Park station, Bath, as a through route.

Bike stands tucked away alongside the former Green Park station, Bath

Cycling through Green Park, Bath - perhaps only a temporary option while the riverside route is closed.

Cycle route rejoining the carriageway

Closed except for cycling, local services and deliveries and the disabled.

Link from the Riverside Parade. Bath

Temporary end of the Riverside Parade cycleway, Bath (it should have re-opened a month and a half ago)

Riverside Parade cycleway, Bath

Riverside Parade, Bath - the cycleway is to the right.

Just a hundred metres of cycleway or shared-use needed to link with the riverside cycleway

Shared-use footway in Bath

Footbridge by Bath bus station

Lots of space for cycle parking at this University of Bath building.

Lots of space for cycle parking at this University of Bath building.

Route sign on NCN route 4, Bath

Rising bollards on a hotel access road by Bath Abbey

Cycling map at Bath Abbey

Cycling map at Bath Abbey

Car-sized cycle parking stand and cycling map at Bath Abbey

Sign to NCN route 4, Bath

Sign to NCN route 4, Bath

Cycle parking at the edge of the pedestrian shopping area, Bath

Cycle parking at the edge of the pedestrian shopping area, Bath

No Motor Vehicles except for loading/deliveries

Traffic-free street, Bath

Traffic-free area in front of Bath Abbey

Road closure by the Roman Baths, Bath

Cycle contraflow and two-way cycling markings, Bath

Cycle parking and cycle route map, Bath

Security barrier alongside Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey with well-used cycle parking

Bath Abbey with well-used cycle parking - with an unusual bike

Bath Abbey with well-used cycle parking

Level access to the westbound platform at Bath station

Cycle parking at Bath station

Covered cycle parking at the rear of Bath station

Student Union bicycles

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