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Photo listing : cycleways

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This listing only shows photos within Bolsover.
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Visibility is very poor when crossing this main road on horseback. Trees and hedges need cutting back/removing. Additional measures are needed to slow the traffic down adequately to allow safe crossing here.

Visibility is very poor when crossing the main road on horseback. Tree and hedging needs cutting back/removing. Additional measures need installing to slow traffic down adequately to allow safe passage at this crossing.

There is no pavement on this road heading towards the industrial estate meaning most people use their cars. It would be much safer for cyclists too as drivers tend to increase their speed on this road.

Would be great to safely cycle up and down the B6019, link up Alfreton train station and South Normanton by safe cycle routing.

There should be a ramped connection to the Greenway here, or near here. Although a difficult engineering challenge it isn’t impossible

No cycle paths in the area. Very busy road.

There is a restrictive A Frame barrier at this entrance that causes many issues for people with restricted mobility or those using adapted bikes, as well as for anyone with a double pram. It should be removed

B 6417. A cycleway and footpath would open up access to lanes and footpaths Surrounding Clowne. The roads are very unsafe to walk on. Thank you.

Create a cycle/running route properly connecting Doe Hill Park and Silverhill Trail to Shirland/Higham

Road is appealing to cycle on and needs resurfacing

Road is appealing to cycle on and needs resurfacing

The paths are narrow and if you’re a lone cyclist trying to get past two horses riding two abreast or same with walkers or even other cyclists you’ve no chance of any of them moving. A cycle path would be fab. On the area from Teversal ... [more]

This area needs a safe crossing point.

Crossing here should be upgrade to Toucan and delay time reduced considerably in favour of users

Path through the entire length of Slayley Green should be upgraded to allow shared use by walkers and cyclists

This connection from West Lea to the greenway should be upgraded

This location has a dropped kerb but no direct path/cycleway to connect through to Ringer Lane

A connection between Sheffield Road and the new Clowne Branch Line Greenway could be constructed here without significant loss of green space

A direct connection from teh new Clowne Branch Line Greenway to Creswell Rail station via Gypsy Lane is needed here

This existing path should be acquired, adopted as an ROW and developed as a walking/Cycling Link from the NE of Clowne to the new Branch Line Greenway

Looking East along Stockley Trail towards the bridge (sharp left) across the Stockley Brook

Stockley Trail looking West along Stockley Lane (unmade) - trail turns right at end of fence on right

Alternate Stockley Trail route from Stockley Lane (unmade) re-joins other option lower down track

Junction of alternate route of Stockley Trail joining the Stockley Lane (unmade) again.

Stockley Trail southbound point where trail options converge.

Stockley Trail - divides into two routes conjoining further up the tracks

Stockley Trail looking West towards entrance of Glapwell MTB Trail

Stockley Trail - trail divides onto Stockley Lane (unmade) to left and surfaced trail to right. Entrance to Glapwell MTB Trail is on left opposite junction.

Northbound entrance from car park on Stockely Trail from Stockley Lane (made up)

Southbound Stockley Trail exit to car park on right (Stockley Lane - now made road)

Northbound entrance to Stockley Trail at Stockley Ponds

Southbound exit at Stockley Ponds (on right)

Eastbound view of Stockley Trail from Stockley Lane (unmade) junction

Southbound Stockley Trail (on Stockley Lane (unmade) re-joining alternate route which is made up from left

Stockley trail on Stockley Lane (unmade)

Stockley Trail southbound on Stockley Lane (unmade)

Stockley Trail - option to drop down to left, actual trail is the right side using Stockley Lane (unmade)

northbound entrance to Stockley Trail after crossing Stockley Lane (unmade)

Stockley Trail up to Stockley Lane westbound

Second bridge over Stockley Brook northbound

Second bridge over Stockley Brook southbound

Northbound view of bridge over Stockley Brook. Note the bridge structure is raised from the trail and is vertical - ok for MTB but not narrower section tyres.

Closeup of Southbound bridge over Stockley Brook - note at exit there is a drop where bridge structure ends and trail starts again.

Southbound sharp left turn over bridge crossing over Stockley Brook

Northbound exit of Stockley trail over Rylah Lane. This is a fast road and drivers have limited visibility round corners

Entrance to Stockley Trail southbound from Rylah Lane

Entrance to Stockley Trail Northbound from Rylah Lane. The area in front is NOT a car park but dog/walkers often use it as such and obstruct it.

Exit of trail over Rylah Lane. Note this can is a fast road with limited visibility by drivers around bends

Exit northbound of trail over unmade road leading to sewage work - warning can be deep water filled 'trenches' - advised to walk!! #105800 #105801

Entrance of trail southbound over unmade road leading to sewage work - warning can be deep water filled 'trenches' - advised to walk!! #105800 #105801

Entrance of trail over unmade road leading to sewage work - warning can be deep water filled 'trenches' - advised to walk!! #105800 #105801

Exit of trail over unmade road leading to sewage work - warning can be deep water filled 'trenches' - advised to take care. #105800 #105801

Northbound exit from Stockley Trail to Carr Lane

Northbound entrance to StockleyTrail from Carr Lane

Southbound entrance to Stockley Trail from Carr Lane

Southbound exit from trail to Carr Lane

Point where footpaths cross Stockley Trail - looking southbound

Entrance to Stockley Trail south from parking area at end of unmade road

Entrance to Stockley Trail looking North from car park

Egress of first part of Stockley Trail onto path in Peter Fiddler Nature Reserve (path to right). Trail bears left on made track.

Entrance to Stockley Trail from roundabout on Station Road (parking available 200yds up Riverside Way). Track is grassed at this point.

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