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This listing only shows photos within a square radius of 30 kilometres of the centre of Assen.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

The elegant facade of the old Milton Keynes Central Bus Station, now preserved but it's not clear how the space should be effectively used.

Winscar Reservoir, Yorkshire, England Location: Dunford Bridge, Dunford (England, UK)

I am never not *astonished* when I walk thru Lutyens’s Page Street flat blocks in Pimlico, (1) ‘cause BLIMEY that chequerboard effect is *dazzling* and (2) they feel so modern yet a design of 1928. Social housing; but fine housing. Even the … [more]

Filtered permeability in East Bight, Lincoln, England Location: Lincoln, Lincoln District (England, UK)

No right turn except cycles and a direction sign for Kings Road at the Palace Theatre, Newark-on-Trent, England

'Beware of Cycles' at the road narrowing in North Street, Oundle, England

Senate Passage Location: Cambridge, Cambridge District (England, UK) Cambridge

A condemned building in Plymouth centre.

Clydeside Path

Steps really? In a purpose designed cycle park? Are there steps on the ramps for the car parking? Being serious, this is an irritation but doesn't really detract from what is otherwise a pretty good facility. I haven't come across any … [more]

Two storey racks They seem better quality and more robust than the previous racks in the temporary cycle park. The bottom tier are awkward to use for tall people like me but the top tier seem fine. There are Sheffield stands too for … [more]

Guardian (UK Newspaper) article about various bits of cycling architecture around the world, starts with this 'Peace Bridge'. Good job they clearly separated walkers and cyclists! … [more]

Cycle stands somewhere in the distance at the new White Cube gallery - you wouldn't want to spoil those lovely clean lines and that empty plaza in front, would you?

The Marque development as viewed from outside The Junction on the Cattle Market development (aka Cambridge Leisure Park).

The Marque (left) from Hills Road railway bridge. Added for the forthcoming review of David Jones's book 'Hideous Cambridge' in Cambridge Cycling Campaign's forthcoming newsletter 112. Suggested caption: Capturing some of Jones' hates: … [more]

The Royal Albert Homes Almshouses - which get special mention in Hideous Cambrige - see the forthcoming review in Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Newsletter number 112. Suggested caption: Jones likes the brickwork in these nineteenth century … [more]

A big building visible from New Malden station. (Apologies that this doesn't appear to have any direct connection to Cycling, but I'm using to make a point about architecture.)

Old town architecture in Shrewsbury, and contraflow cycling sign

Bristol Harbourside Location: Clifton Wood, Bristol (England, United Kingdom) Bristol Harbourside

Built by Sir Christopher Wren

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