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Not suitable for cycling (at least not for a while) but there's an old footpath alongside Hawke Brook that's been used for generations to gain access from Clowne Road, to Church Road, although it's a lot less used these days than 30 years a ... [more]

Old path from Clowne Road to Church Road than runs alongside Hawke Brook, a lot more overgrown and disused than it was in the 80s!

Former Shuttlewood water treatment works. Possibly a way of forming a connection to the old Oxcroft Branch Line and then onto Seymour from the Oxcroft/Bolsover area

Site of former Shuttlewood water treatment works, all been flattened now, but the old track to the site remains, and could provide access to Mill Lane/ the former oxcroft disposal point site.

Footpath from Hill top /Blind Lane, looking towards Shuttlewood

Footpath leading to Chesterfield Road, Shuttlewood

Well used path between fields, off of the official public footpath

Track parallel with Woodhouse Lane but behind the tree line.

Drainage channels under Woodhouse Lane. There is/was an underpass here, it was filled in after the landscaping of the former pit tip was completed.

Church Road towards Stanfree. An old lane in need of some TLC

Path along hawke brook used by local people, would be nice to see it as a proper walk

Opening into field from old Ramcroft branch line, over flat, and well constructed concrete topped, stone railway bridge, linking up with existing footpath through fields and under M1 to Heath.

Old Branch line, recently cleared, suitable for mountain bikers

Looking towards Welbeck Estate

Straight on takes you towards the lake and left takes you onto Robin Hood way towards Welbeck estate and Clumber Park

looking towards Whitwell from the entrance to Cresswell Craggs

Side of Cresswell Craggs looking towards the entrance

Old railway bridge over River Doe Lea

Bolsover branch line

Bolsover branch line, looking towards Markham Vale/Poolsbrook

Bolsover branch line, looking towards Bolsover

Entrance into Creswell Craggs

take the left fork

looking towards Creswell

do not go down here it is a footpath

Bridle way in to Creswell Craggs

Stables at the Equestrian Centre...Riding school


Derelict wall on your right

Derelict stone wall

Bend in the track

Quarry on your right and Craggs by pass on your left

If you need a rest

Quarry on your left Craggs on your right

Entrance onto bridleway on the Creswell Crags bypass

Ramcroft branch line

Old stone and concrete topped railway bridge over River Doe Lea, which was part of Ramcroft branch line, leading to the colliery, in the distance is an M1 underpass for farm use that also is the course of a footpath through the fields from ... [more]

Looking down onto the old railway line from Syday Lane

Old railway line

Old railway line looking towards Syday Lane, impassable due to overgrown vegetation, mound of earth, and steep bank at side of road

A bed of ivy on the old railway line, looking towards Syday Lane

pile of old tree trunks and branches block the old railway line towards Syday Lane

Old railway line, from here towards Syday Lane the old line is currently virtually impassable even on foot, there is evidence people walk up the side of the field on the left, or along the tops of the banks of the railway, but it's a bit re ... [more]

Old railway line between Spinkhill tunnel and Syday Lane

Old railway line than ran from Spinkhill tunnel towards Syday Lane

Old railway line heading towards Spinkhill tunnel

Private property on old railway line between Syday Lane and Spinkhill tunnel making the route impassable.

route of old coal tramway for Oxcroft Colliery, a bridge went over the road here towards the Oxcroft branch line

route of old coal tramway towards Oxcroft Colliery

Looking towards Mill Lane, on land the used to be part of Oxcroft Colliery, the land is blocked off by a big heap of earth, stone, with additional fly tipping too.

Former Oxcroft Colliery site

Site where the coal tramway used to run from Oxcroft Colliery towards the railway

Part of old Oxcroft Colliery site, used to be a path through here before the footpath was redirected down the side of the field.

Part of the old Oxcroft Colliery site, used to be access from Mill Lane to the colliery site on the opposite side of Clowne Road

Southbound exit of Stockley trail onto A617 Mansfield Road.

Sign at crossing of Stockley Trail by footpath Scarcliffe B10/37/1

Old railway bridge over Stockley Trail northbound

Old railway bridge over Stockley Trail southbound

Exit from Stockley Trail northbound to car parking area at end of unmade road

Old railway line that should be made part of the Stockley Trail extension that will link the trail to the Clowne Branch Line trail and the Trans Pennine Trail allowing road free access for Bolsover to Poolsbrook, Chesterfield, MEGZ and beyo ... [more]

Exit of Stockley Trail at Carr Vale Ponds end to old railway line which is the trail heading south.

Changing Places Sculpture

Trail from car Park

Entrance onto Stockley trail from Peter Fiddler Car Park

Car Park at Peter Fiddler Nature Reserve - note height barriers if entering with cycles on roof mounted racks.

Stockley Trail goes up grassed bank to right, Peter Fiddler Reserve track is to left.

Potential link from Clowne Branch Line to Barlborough

Very muddy footpath from Palterton towards Glapwell

Spinkhill tunnel

Old railway line between Stockley and Rowthorne, possible route for cycle link route...

Route of old railway line, possible cycle route between Stockley Trail and Rowthorne?

Route of old railway line between Stockley and Rowthorne

Route of old railway line between Stockley and Rowthorne

Steep embankments either side of old railway line before it went into Rowthorne tunnel

Current path from old railway line towards glapwell, a nice walk but too steep for cycling

Possible cycle route down to Hardwick Park? Doesn't go anywhere at present but just on from existing National Trust route (steep steps are to the left)

Old Pathway through woods, doesn't seem to go anyway at present but could probably link up with other route through Stainsby Park onto Hodmire Hill.

Possible future cycle route between Stanfree and Bolsover... Side of Hawke Brook so not too hilly, side of fields that are walked by local folk...

Featherbed Lane

Footbridge over Hawke Brook, probably not recommended for cyclists due to narrowness, decent walk though.

Footpath over fields from Church Road, Stanfree, towards Featherbed Lane.

Possible trail through trees, currently as gets boggy in winter, possible future use... could link up with footpath over footbridge

Inviting gap in fence suggests path through the trees... Could link up with footpath/footbridge leading towards Featherbed Lane... Could be a decent cycle trail... Gets boggy in winter currently. Could it form part of a future cycle trail f ... [more]

Very old little stone bridge /pass over where Hawke Brook passes under Church Road.

Path made by local walkers leading onto Church Road, possibly from old Oxcroft Colliery site

Not too hilly land between Oxcroft towards Bolsover... These fields have been used by local walkers for decades, useful access from Oxcroft to Church Road.

Looking from the old Oxcroft Colliery site towards Bolsover... Could there one day be a future cycle route passing through here...

The old pumping station for Oxcroft Colliery, all the buildings have now been flattened but the site is still fenced off. Land is level and doesn't drop off other side into fields.

Track leading to old pumping station for Oxcroft Colliery.

Old road that was part of Oxcroft Colliery, currently fenced off near the main road. There's still the old tramlines in the concrete that used to carry the pit wagons.

Clowne Branch Line future Greenway

exit point of future ramp onto Clowne Branch Line greenway

future ramp up from Bridleway to future Clowne Branch Line greenway

Bridleway continues through underpass beneath future Clowne Branch Line multi user trail

Low point in the bridleway, evidenced by channels cut to side to manage surface water build up, a small culvert seems to run beneath this point, with a pond at higher level to the right of this photo. Underpass beneath the future Clowne Bra ... [more]

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