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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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

Bootle station

The cyclist is aiming to head north and then east along ncr 72 but makes a slight detour here for a train-and-trail trip. http://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/thingstodo/cycling/eskdaletrail https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wenman_Joseph_ ... [more]

Mountain bikes only on the bridleway at the top of Wasdale!

Junction of bridleways, Wasdale

New signposts for cyclists in Eskdale

New signposts, I think, on the Eskdale cycle route

Gate on cycleway along the Esk valley

Warning Notices on NCN72 path in Ravenglass.

A reminder that this is a cycle route.

Rustic signage approaching the narrow bridge.

A 'Try Your Brakes' sign associated with the ford across the River Mite in #83075.

The alternative to the narrow bridge across the River Mite is this ford, which looks a bit too adventurous on a bike.

Dirt track on NCN72.

The narrow bridge over the River Mite.

Opportunity for passing on corners before going onto bridge.

Bridleway on the Muncaster estate

Footbridge across the railway from the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway terminus.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - this section not being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - now being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - now being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Branch off former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

Cycling along the Esk

Cyclists on the Old Corpse Road south of Wast Water

Cyclist on the Old Corpse Road south of Wast Water

Byway below Great Gable

Gate on bridleway on National Trust land above Wastwater

Bridge on the Old Corpse Road byway above Wastwater.

Bridleway north of Boot

Byway north out of Boot

Byway down into Boot

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - now being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Path on former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Bridge on former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Path on former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Bridleway and ford in Eskdale

Bridleway signs in Eskdale

Bridleway above Ravenglass

Bridleway signs above Ravenglass

Bridleway above Ravenglass

Cycle route passing the Roman bath house, Ravenglass

Bridleway along the beach at Ravenglass

Cyclists both ways along this very narrow section of NCN route 72 along the Cumbrian coast

NCN route 72 along the Cumbrian coast turns sharp right onto a very narrow section alongside the railway

NCN route 72 along the Cumbrian coast turns sharp left here under the railway bridge

Cyclists wheeling their bikes on very narrow section of NCN route 72 along the Cumbrian coast

Cyclists Give Way sign on very narrow section on NCN route 72 along the Cumbrian coast

Rather wonky wheelbenders at Ravenglass station

Muncaster Cycles, Ravenglass

A fine bit of sculpture!

Footbridge over the Mite Location: , Ravenglass (England, United Kingdom) And next to the railway - the elevated tracks are visible on the left. The footbridge is so narrow that you have no choice but to cycle along it - wheeling a bi ... [more]

Tunnel for cycle path under the A595 Location: , Distington (England, United Kingdom) This is National Cycle Network route 72 (NCN72) passing under the A595 road as it heads east towards Distington. The road is a bypass of recent cons ... [more]

Scenic route up the coast - locaton approximate.

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