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This listing only shows photos within Godmanchester.
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Lower section of Dutch Culvert

Lower section of Dutch Culvert

The new section of Dutch Culvert under construction on the Guided Busway

Cyclists have to use the zebra crossing to reach the start of the cycleway at St Ives!

It's not at all clear, but cyclists should use the shared-use footway to the left rather than crossing next to the car trap to reach the cycleway.

Cyclists are supposed to use the shared-use footway to the left to reach the cycleway, but some will want to pass next to the car traps here.

Cyclists are supposed to leave the cycleway on the shared-use footway to the right, but many will want to use the road here.

Double cycle shed at the St Ives Park and Ride stop

Dropped kerb needed here for access to the cycleway.

Cycleway and busway crossing the Ouse bridge

Awful section of cycleway - no pretence of having finished it, which is acceptable if it really is raised above flood level soon.

With the bridleway flooded and icy on both sides of the busway in this area users wanting to get through are forced to walk or cycle on the trackway.

Cycling on an iced over road. Note: this is on a bridleway with a thin layer of ice on top. It is not an iced-over river or canal, where riding a bike would be very dangerous and potentially fatal.

The route of a former railway line, and what was eventually to become the busway.

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