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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Bath.
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Link from the virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

The top of the virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

Link from the virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

The virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

Link from the virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

The Norton-Radstock Greenway crossing Station Road, Midsomer Norton.

Link to the Norton-Radstock Greenway from Station Road, Midsomer Norton.

Link from the Norton-Radstock Greenway to Station Road, Midsomer Norton.

The Norton-Radstock Greenway continuing west from Station Road, Midsomer Norton.

Bridge over Station Road, Midsomer Norton, on the Norton-Radstock Greenway.

The Norton-Radstock Greenway passing beneath the former Somerset & Dorest Railway.

Give Way sign on the Norton-Radstock Greenway by a car park access.

Old coal waggon on the Norton-Radstock Greenway

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

There are two gates on this section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24), and a link left to the road.

Turn right here on NCN route 24 to pass through Monkton Combe School.

NCN route 24 passing under the A36.

NCN route 24 running down to a car park.

NCN marker at the start of NCN route 24.

NCN route 4 crossing the Dundas Aqueduct.

Pinch-point on NCN route 4.

The sealed surface of the towpath (NCN route 4) changes to gravel here.

Historic building by NCN route 4, Bath

Start of canalside stretch of NCN route 4 northeast from Bath.

Riverside route under the railway, Bath

Shared-use switching to on-road cycling in one direction.

Shared-use footway in Widcombe, Bath.

Stepped access only to the riverside route here in Bath.

Riverside route in Bath (NCN route 4) and link to the Destructor bridge.

Link to Victoria Bridge, Bath

Start of shared-use path in new development on the Lower Bristol Road, Bath

The end of the Bath Linear Park (former railway, leading to NCN 244, the Two Tunnels route).

The end of the Bath Linear Park (former railway, leading to NCN 244, the Two Tunnels route).

Crossing of NCN 244 at Inverness Road, Bath

The Bath Linear Park at Inverness Road - turn left to stay on NCN route 244

Crossing of NCN route 244 at Ringwood Road, Bath

Link to and bridge over Dartmouth Avenue, Bath, on NCN route 244.

Link to and bridge under Bridge Road, Bath, on NCN route 244.

Link to and bridge over Monksdale Road, Bath, on NCN route 244

The Colliers Way (NCN 24) leaving the pub car park at Midford station.

Midford viaduct on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24).

There are two gates on this section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24).

The sealed surface of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) changes to gravel here.

The Colliers Way (NCN route 24) rejoining the former railway line to Bath.

Fork right for the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) towards Radstock.

End of the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

New retaining wall on the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

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

Greenery encroaching on the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

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

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

The Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

Cyclists arriving in Radstock on the Norton-Radstock Greenway.

Short and fairly useless piece of shared-use footway.

Short and fairly useless stretch of shared-use footway.

Cycleway markings on NCN route 4 in central Bath

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

Cycle stands and modal filter on NCN route 4, Bath

Contraflow marking in Bath

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

Contraflow cycleway moving from the footway to the carriageway

Contraflow cycle lane parallel to NCN route 4, Bath

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

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.

Traffic-free link from Victoria Bridge, Bath

Riverside route and the Victoria Bridge, Bath

Riverside cycleway and the Victoria Bridge, Bath

The riverside cycle route forks right here.

Riverside cycleway, Bath

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

Cycle route rejoining the carriageway

Link from the Riverside Parade. Bath

Riverside Parade cycleway, Bath

Shared-use footway in Bath

Traffic-free street, Bath

Road closure by the Roman Baths, Bath

Cycle contraflow and two-way cycling markings, Bath

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 bridge carrying the national cycle network route NCN4

Canal towpath, national cycle network route NCN4.

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

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.

NCN24

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