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Photo listing: destinations (misc)

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

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.

National Cycle Route 2 passes beneath Landgate, Rye's only surviving city gate.

Ypres Tower, Rye Castle.

The church of St. Mary the Virgin in Rye

The picturesque town of Rye.

The picturesque town of Rye.

Thirst Love Cafe is situated just off of the Oyster Bay Trail.

Access to Westmeads Community Infant School directly from Stream Walk.

Stream Walk Community Garden can be reached directly from the traffic-free path.

Lancaster Canal

Steep uphill from canal to join the road

Picnic benches on the edge of Glasson Dock

Old railway line from Lancaster to Glasson Dock

Freeman’s pools

Cycle path to Glasson Dock (old quay road)

Bridge to cycle over the river Lune

Cycle path before going under the bridge

uphill cycle path next to a bridge

Diana, Princess of Wales memorial fountain.

Dock Museum

Iron Mining Machinery near Dock Museum

Entrance of South Walney Nature Reserve

Entrance/sign to South Walney Nature Reserve

Public footpaths from the road along Walney shore.

View of Piel Island

View of Barrow, Piel Island and Roa Island

View of Barrow, Piel Island and Roa Island

Beacon in Biggar

Roundhouse Hub and Cafe

View of Irish Sea from Walney shore

View of Black Combe in the distance

Views of Arnside Viaduct.

View of Far Arnside beach from Cove Road.

Descent from Warton Crag, joining New Road. Caution at junction.

Warton Crag

Lovely woodland either side of the road

View from the road climb up to Warton Crag

View of Grange and the Bay in the background. Steep descent into Grange.

Left turning onto Jack Hill at Allithwaite. Steep descent.

View of the Bay from mid way up Carter Road

View of the bay from Grange Promenade

Resting place by the cycleway at the Norder Tief crossing.

Views of industrial area of Barrow from cycle path along shore

Barrow Lifeboat Station with views of Piel Island

View of cycle path along Cavendish Dock

Views of Roa Island from Cavendish Dock

NTS Marine Terminal / Barrow Docks

NTS Marine Terminal / Barrow Docks

View of RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve from the sky tower at Silverdale, Morecambe Bay

The jetty at Arnside is a great spot to take in the view of the Kent Viaduct on the Bay Cycle Way.

Far reaching views inland from Morecambe Bay from Warton Crag

Retro packaging at the Agen station buffet - strongly recommended for food, not just the cycle-themed packaging.

The start of the footpath along the embankment from Kents Bank Station to Humphrey Head

The shoreline footpath heading back to Arnside after descending from Arnside Knott in Morecambe Bay.

Far-reaching view from Red Hills on Arnside Knott over the Kent Estuary looking over to the Cumbria hills.

Brodie Castle (Cafe and Toilets)

The view from Warton Crag across Morecambe Bay, part of the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Restaurante Come y Punto

Placa de la Plazuela del Pipila.

Las Pilitas, o Plazuela del Pipila

Paddel & Pedalstation on the Ems-Jade-Kanal near Friedburg is catering to travellers on canoes and bicycles.

Mural

Street art: A German, MIFA postal bike painted on a patchbox.

Bicyle decoration at the glassworks museum near Klasdorf, where the thermos flask was invented.

Part of a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.

Part of a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.

Entry to a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.

Tyburn tree was 300 paces to the east from here, until 1759. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyburn

Bikes in The Beaney museum, Canterbury

Landwirtschaftskammer Niedersachsen on Mars-la-Tour-Straße in Oldenburg

Journey's end on the Via Francigena

The mill at Seefeld on the DSR, EV12, D1, MTS, ATS cycleways is a popular destination with tourists.

River Weser-Radweg D9 past the Valentin submarine factory war memorial north of Bremen Farge. This bunker was built to construct German U-boats during World War II. The site was secret and not shown on maps and erased from aerial … [more]

Lanterne Rouge cyclists' café in Gifford

Monument to James Starley, inventor of the bicycle. Well, one type of bicycle.

Monument to James Starley, inventor of the differential gear, and more.

Biker-friendly pub...

Strethall church - partly Saxon (not that obvious outside)

One of the things Eddington does do well is provide seating in various forms.

Touring cyclist at Southwold's lovely church

Cycle museum, Tocantins, Brazil

Cherry Orchard https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_cherry

Plum trees Cambridge Gage https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greengage

View looking southwest

Nutfield marshes

View beside AV / NCN21

The turf maze, Hilton

Walkway, Gulberg, Lahore

Bed and Breakfast on EuroVelo3

Bog nature reserve on EuroVelo3

The Immervad bridge (1786) on EuroVelo3 - easily bypassed on the direct road of you prefer

Runic stone, c900 AD, on EuroVelo3

"Percy One Bike Night" - one of the smaller options at the Windmill Campersite, near Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight

First pause on 50 mile trek 👍 20 miles in. Whitstable Harbour. Next stop Margate.

Start of the Innocent Railway Tunnel

Dunglass Gorge Bridge

Barns Ness car park

Skateraw Beach

Cambridgeshire's Tuscany?

Cyclists passing Beaumaris Castle

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