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Photo listing : tracks

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This listing only shows photos within Bolsover.
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Access from path at Nether Langwith, gated but with gap access left to the side.

Stone bridge over old LDECR railway cutting, now filled in on one side

Single-track but plenty of room

Path towards Shirebrook

Wide track

Stile, but gap left suitable for cycle, horse etc access

River Poulter

Single-track pathway side of river Poulter

Path side of river Poulter

From where the Blackwell trial crosses Fordbridge Lane until the 'track' just past Martin's boundary, there is no footpath. There is some very uneven soil/grass, some flat grass and some gravel. The pathson the Blackwell side and on the So ... [more]

From where the Blackwell trial crosses Fordbridge Lane until the 'track' just past Martin's boundary, there is no footpath. There is some very uneven soil/grass, some flat grass and some gravel. The paths on the Blackwell side and on the S ... [more]

The new development at Van Dyk Village has created a completely car-dependent residential area. Anyone with young children living here will have no choice but to shuttle them around, and they will have no independence. There is no walkable ... [more]

Narrow near the bus shelter and along the field lane. Perhaps clearing under the hedges will make the pathway wider.

There is no pavement from the new roundabout at meadow lane to Pleasley roundabout .

Pavements for walking and mobility scooters

No pavement along the very busy Hollin Hill Road. Add pavements.

Mill Street should be closed to through traffic to allow people to visit the shops while maintaining social distancing

Very narrow nowhere to pass without stepping into the road

Road across with light for kids to cross not safe

Paths not wide enough for kids to walk to cycle they have go on road to pass not safe for kids

Not wide enough for kids when going to and from school they have go on roads to pass people not safe

There is no safe connection between the Stockley Trail and Doe Lea nature reserve.

There seems no logical reason for the footpath not to connect through to the adjacent access road to the Arc, instead people have to walk a circuitous route crossing a busy road

Narrow A frame prevents accessible access and precludes upgrade for cycling

Old lane up to Bentinck Road. The terraced houses were built for Oxcroft Colliery, and the lane was used by the miners to get to work until the colliery closed in the 1970s.

Trail on Bolsover pit tip

Bolsover Colliery tip, some nice trails on here, plus great views of the Castle

Footpath through trees

Blind Lane, quite picturesque with stream down side of road

Blind Lane

Footpath between hill top/Woodhouse Lane and Chesterfield Road

Ramcroft trail

Disused railway line that provides a great alternative to the footpath through the fields up to Heath from the Stockley Trail

Church Road looking towards Shuttlewood Road

Church Road, a decent surface here

Path on Church Road, needs improving to make it easier to cycle on.

Overgrown pathway on Church Road, flatter than the proper path which has deep ruts but needs some TLC to make it easier to bike on. Unfortunately this lane suffers due to motorbike use.

Track on old pit tip

track around old pit tip

track around old pit tip , a good loop for mountain bikes

Gate and sign for Robin Hood Way

Bolsover branch line running through old Coalite site towards Bolsover from Poolsbrook

Footpath from Chesterfield Road towards Woodside (cyclists need to use route over tip due to very steep bank in hollow on footpath)

Footpath from Woodside towards Chesterfield Road

Pathway from lane over old tip

Entrance to/exit from path leading down to Stockley trail and Carr Vale Nature Reserve from North View Street, Bolsover

Path leads to Carr Vale Road (ahead) or North View Street (to right). Vale Park is to the left.

Path exit onto unmade road leading down to Stockley Trail and Carr Vale Nature Reserve

entrance to footpath leading to North View Street and Carr Vale Road

Alternate path northbound to Stockley Trail from path coming down from North View Road, Bolsover

Alternate path from Stockley Trail

Alternative route near Stockley Trail - road to right goes up to Villas Road, Bolsover - trail to left goes down to the car park and the Stockley Trail and Carr Vale Nature Reserve entrance

Alternate path route from Stockely Trail showing narrow path - disused bridge is on right

Narrow path on alternate route from Stockley Trail heading north

View of Glapwell MTB Trail from Stockley Trail looking North

Entrance to Stockley Ponds from Trail

Entrance to Glapwell MTB Trail from Stockley Trail

Exit of Glapwell MTB to Stockley Trail on Stockley Lane (unmade)

View of one entrance to Glapwell MTB Trail

Style on footpath Scarcliffe B10/37/1 crossing of Stockley Trail

Signpost at crossing point of footpath Scarcliffe B10/41/1

Footpath from Stockley Trail towards Water lane, Carr Vale looking East

Footpath from Stockley Trail looking Westbound towards Carr Vale NR

Footpath from Stockley Trail looking eastbound towards Water Lane, Carr Vale

Alternate entrance onto Stockley Trail from narrow, sometimes muddy, path with obstructions for cyclists - southbound view

Alternate route from Stockley Trail Northbound - narrow, can be muddy, with obstructions for cyclists

Alternate path - Stockley Trail to right

view from footbridge on Station Road looking at disused railway - potential extension to Stockely trail

Looking over the disused railway from Station Road bridge - potential continuation of the Stockley Trail?

Bridleway, can get very muddy in winter

New access ramp being made between Clowne branch line and Slayley Lane

Path onto Ward Lane

Footpath /farm track under M1

Farm track over old pit tip

Farm track over old pit tip

Farm track on old pit tip

Farm track

Path towards bridge over M1/Seymour, very boggy in winter.

Footpath from Palterton towards Glapwell, very muddy.

Old railway line out of Spinkhill tunnel, currently inaccessible due to mound of earth under bridge but wouldn't it be great to have an open tunnel to ride through in the area...

North west portal of Spinkhill tunnel

well used path between Strickle Brook and old railway embankment. Could be a link between the Stockley Trail and Rowthorne Trail / Hardwick Park

Path at side of old railway line going into Rowthorne tunnel

Well used path at side of old railway line where start of old Rowthorne tunnel is/was. Tunnel was filled in about 60 years ago due to land movement.

Bridleway between Ault Hucknall and Hardwick Park

Path through Hucknall wood, useful cycling route between Bramley Vale and Ault Hucknall, linking Stockley Trail up with Hardwick

Route between Bramley Vale and Ault Hucknall, old path through Hucknall Wood. Useful cycling route.

Path through Hollingworth Wood between Bramley Vale and Ault Hucknall, useful current cycling route from Stockley Trail towards Hardwick

Church Road between Stanfree and Shuttlewood Road, an old disused road, used to be nice but now not possible to cycle due to deep ruts, such a shame.

Church Road, Stanfree, hard to cycle due to deep ruts, used to be a nice lane to cycle on but now in a state of ruin.

Church Road from Stanfree towards Shuttlewood Road, Bolsover. Much easier to ride up this side of the old lane at present.

stone footpath, with encroaching managed vegetation, culvert to the left boundary palidin fencing to the right. adequate width to upgrade to shared use

Footpath

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