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2E cycle parking on the Parade. Stands not bolted down.

Underdeck cycle parking See also #112357

Underdeck cycle parking See also #112358

Underdeck cycle parking

Cycle parking. Several stands not bolted down.

Cycle parking. Stands not bolted down.

Cycle parking outside print unit

Wessex House secure cycle shed

Wessex House cycle parking

6W cycle parking

4W cycle parking Next to #112348

6 West cycle parking Next to #112349

4 East cycle parking

2 East cycle parking - Sheffield stands are too close to the wall making it them difficult to use. Also see #112345

2 East cycle parking Also see #112346

University of Bath secure cycle shed

On a bright spring morning an eastbound cyclist on ncr 24 pauses at a commemorative plaque on the parapet of the old railway's over-bridge. In the line's hey day, long-distance express trains passed this way. https://en.wikipedia.org/wi ... [more]

NCN4 Bath

NCN4 Great Pulteney Street, Bath

NCN4 Great Pulteney Street, Bath

NCN4 in Bath on busy city roads, here it turns off the A36.

Bit of a shock being on a very busy city road that is still NCN4 after coming off the Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

NCN4 signs

NCN4 Kennet and Avon canal info board.

Cycle parking on NCN4 Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

NCN4 Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

Railway footbridge.

Glimple of Bath over the railway line from NCN4 Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

NCN4 Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

NCN4 Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

Picturesque Bathampton Kennet and Avon towpath, NCN4.

NCN4 towpath

Welcome to Bathampton on the Kennet and Avon canal, NCN4.

NCN4 towpath

NCN4 towpath

NCN4 I'm not sure where the canal has gone in this photo!

Kennet and Avon canal towpath, NCN4

Canal Towpath towards Dundas

Canal towpath NCN4

Canal towpath NCN4

Canal towpath NCN4

Canal towpath, national cycle network route NCN4.

Canal bridge carrying the national cycle network route NCN4

Towpath on Somerset Coal Canal. Lifting bridge and some sort of cycle parking.

National Cycle Network signage on the canal network ;-) at Dundas Aqueduct - the junction of NCN routes 4 and 24.

Cafe on the Somerset Coal Canal

NCN24

Helpful signage :-) Unsuitable for Cycles The official NCN24 route goes up a very steep path through a school.

NCN24 on a quiet country road.

NCN 24 passes through a school up a very steep path with obstructions to the right here.

NCN 24 passes through a school down a very steep path with obstructions.

NCN 24 passes through a school down a very steep path with obstructions.

Monkton Combe which seems to be dominated by a private school. The cycle route to the left is down a very steep narrow path through the school grounds.

Tucking Mill Lane

Tucking Mill Lane - NCN24 - a narrow, windy and hilly lane.

They don't seem to want cyclists going up here! The house next door is where the father of geology once lived: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Smith_(geologist)

Tucking Mill Lane, NCN24

On road NCN24

NCN24

Bridge of the former Somerset and Dorset Railway - now cycle route ncn24.

Sign listing benefactors of the route. Thanks everyone :-)

NCN24 uses the route of the Somerset and Dorset railway 1874.

NCN24 old railway bridge (Midford viaduct)

Sturdy chicanes and some cycle racks at Midford, ncn24. Barriers like these are necessary to block motorbikes and quadbikes. See also: https://twitter.com/walking_boston/status/1061924357742698497

At Midford the cycle route on the old railway line goes through a pub car park.

NCN24

NCN244 Two tunnels greenway

Route signage - typically ambiguous as to which way it is pointing at the junction of ncn24 and ncn244.

NCN244 meets NCN 24 - but there's no sign to indicate a junction.

NCN244 racks and bench

Former railway bridge with fences.

Audio info by the Two Tunnels cycleway.

Information board about the old railway.

1700m tunnel, Bath

100m from the south eastern portal to the 1700m tunnel on the two tunnels greenway in Bath.

Deep inside the 1700m tunnel on the NCN244 Bath there's an eerie sound / art installation.

Quiet Street, Bath

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Two tunnels greenway, Bath.

Eastern end of the 400m tunnel on the Two Tunnels Greenway.

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath [wrong location]

The Two Tunnels trail.

The Two Tunnels trail.

The Two Tunnels trail.

Faded marking on the Two Tunnels trail.

Looking down St Kilda's Road, Bath

Shaftesbury Road, Bath

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