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Photo listing (infrastructure)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

Coronavirus Covid-19 Social Distancing Water Filled Red and White Barriers in High Street, Tewkesbury.

Fingerpost with clear large typeface destinations.

Here there is a diversion from the road traffic. It has a few potholes at this end. Twigworth is in need of a Segregated Bicycle Path.

Social Distancing with the Coronavirus Covid-19 means that more space is needed for people. The Shared Use Bicycle Path in Churchdown gets narrow at the junction because of the left hand traffic filter lane.

Shared Use Bicycle Path.

The Telford Bridge spanning the River Severn at Over. It was built from 1825 to 1828. Used by traffic until 1974. Bicycles and Walkers only can cross over here.

Shared Use Path next to a Bus Lane which allows Motorbikes and Bicycles.

A Shared Use Bicycle and Foot Crossing.

Bicycle and Foot Crossing in Longford Lane.

Here is the end of the Shared Use Bicycle Path with Cycle Parking across the road.

Turnpike House in Gloucester Road in Tewkesbury. There is no Segregated Bicycle Path or Cycleway here unlike in Kingsholm Road in Gloucester. Neither is there a Segregated Bicycle Path all the way to Gloucester.

Not Sheffield stands but a barrier to cycling onto the platform at Ashchurch station

Cycle parking at Ashchurch station. The footbridge gives level access to the southbound platform.

National Cycle Route 41 runs across the grass here, completely unmarked. Possibly the least developed stretch of National Cycle Network in the country. Photo #84310 is from the same spot, looking in the opposite direction.

National Cycle Route 41 runs through this gate and along the edge of the field. Photo #84311 is from the same spot, looking in the opposite direction.

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