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Photo listing : other (infrastructure)

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

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

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

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.

Trail from car Park

Entrance onto Stockley trail from Peter Fiddler Car Park

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

Potential link from Clowne Branch Line to Barlborough

Spinkhill tunnel

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]

Encroaching vegetation narrows the bridleway

Encroaching vegetation narrows bridleway, surface beings to deteriorate

Bridleway section. Good drainage channels at each side, but arisings have been bunded at either edge, narrowing the trail and potentially trapping surface water

Transition from Hoodcroft Lane to Bridelway (to right of photo) no signage present

Hoodcroft Lane bridleway, good smooth compacted surface with evidence of good management of water runoff

Hoodcroft Lane - Gated access, open at time of visit, but evidence that it is closed occasionally left hand gate would require upgrade

Junction of Slayley Lane and Hoodcroft Lane, Bridleway sign positioned here, visible and in good condition

Slayley Lane

Slayley Lane - surface adequate, if a little loose... evidence that water damage occurs frequently, drainage ditches at each side need upgrading

redundant kissing gate

adequate width to upgrade to shared use

future cycle link? - current stone path, suspect about 1.5m wide under the encroaching undergrowth

future cycle link? - current stone path, suspect about 2m wide under the encroaching undergrowth

future cycle link? - current stone path, suspect about 2m wide under the encroaching undergrowth

demarcation of parish land? transition from tarmac to stone footpath with a "speed hump" - ideal upgrade option for new cycle link

connection point of a future ramp to the existing (footpath) around the perimeter of bricky ponds

desire line to potentially convert to ramp to enable cycle access

Current desire line from the crossing point down the embankment towards the permitted route around the ponds. This desire line is almost exactly at the point that a graded ramp to enable cycleability would be needed

footpath only currently, but ideal for an upgrade to shared footway/cycleway with some engineering works to enable safe crossing of Oxcoft way via future toucan crossing

footpath only currently, but ideal for an upgrade to shared footway/cycleway with some engineering works to enable safe crossing of Oxcroft way

End of Ash close towards crossing of Oxcroft way To enable cycle access, this needs some engineering works to both the kerb edge and the footpath

Woodhouse lane bridleway beware hedge cutting

Old concete topped, stone railway bridge over River Doe Lea. Bridge was used for farm access for a number of years after the railway ceased to be but is now unused and could form a vital link over the river from the Stockley trail to Heath.

Old railway bridge over River Doe Lea

A future cycleable link into Hardwick Hall perhaps? it certainly has (directional) promise, but the current surface wouldn't support it

Service bridge from the old Coalite works over the (potential) future Stockley Trail extension greenway

Track bed of the old doe lea branch...a future greenway?

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