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Photo listing: road environments

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This listing only shows photos within Bath.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Norton Radstock Greenway exit onto A367 Bath Road in Radstock. Although it is shared path and exits onto a shared pavement the design is not bad. There is a barrier between the path and road to prevent young children using the path from … [more]

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

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

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

Planters to create space for social distancing at the shops in Larkhall, Bath.

Toucan crossing in Widcombe, Bath.

Ramp, toucan crossing and footbridge to Bath Spa station.

One-way bridge (it doesn't matter to cyclists, the Linear Park and NCN 244 are immediately to the right/west).

Lovely almost traffic-free lanes on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

There are some steep little hills on the on-road part of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock - worse going towards Bath.

Road closure to aid post-Covid19 social distancing, Bath

Cyclists entering Bath on NCN route 4

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

Rising bollards on a hotel access road by Bath Abbey

No Motor Vehicles except for loading/deliveries

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.


NCN24 on a quiet country road.

Tucking Mill Lane

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

Tucking Mill Lane, NCN24

On road NCN24

Quiet street, Bath

Looking down St Kilda's Road, Bath

Shaftesbury Road, Bath

One way shopping street choked with stored motor vehicles.

Good bit of accommodation for cycling in this shopping street - which is sadly one-way with no contraflow.

One way streets like this - especially with no cyclist exception - seem to me to be such a big mistake. All about 'flow' and 'capacity'.

Busy junction with central poorly marked cycle lane.

Big roads off the Midland Bridge, Bath

Midland Bridge, Bath See #53832

Bath semi pedestrianised area. I enjoyed the food from the Chai Walla.

Back on the road after being on the Bristol and Bath Railway path.

Citybike hire point as viewed from Bath Abbey

Bath cyclist dies in 'hit-and-run' on bridge Collision report Driver sentenced: Three years … [more]

There's an ancient Cycling Prohibited sign at the other end of this alley. See #38311.

Crossing from footbridge to Bath station

National Cycle Network route 4 crossing Pulteney Bridge, Bath - no motor vehicles... except for a list of exceptions.

Pedestrianisation in Bath

Potential cut-through for cyclists, Bath

P1010812 Location: Bathwick, Bath (England, United Kingdom)

P1010810 Location: , Longwell Green (England, United Kingdom)

P1010807 Location: , Longwell Green (England, United Kingdom)

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