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Photo listing: road environments (infrastructure)

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

This listing only shows photos within Richmond (Greater London).
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Electric vehicle charging point built in to a lamppost - by ubitricity. @Emuziek @SeidelClint @lucullus @CarolineRussell @se1 @citycyclists @AdamDKHarrison @RantyHighwayman @justin_lester @victoriawalks @SouthwarkLS @livingstreets @LBRUT … [more]

Queen's Ride

Railway bridge

St Mary Grove - unmetalled, presumably private road.

Towpath in Richmond where cycling is tolerated.

Level Crossing at Barnes Location: Barnes, London (England, United Kingdom) A level crossing in the middle of London seems out of place, especially when there's several trains an hour using the line. There's actually two level crossings … [more]

Walking to Hampton Pool from where Cobblers Way joins the main road.

Cobbler's Way Bushey Park

Cobblers Way, Bushey Park

Chestnut Avenue making the turn into Cobblers Way

Chestnut Avenue, Bushey Park

Lock Road

Signs indicating the turn to stay on NCN4

Public footpath between Ham and Richmond.

Gateway to Richmond Park, there's a water point on the left, but it wasn't operational on this visit.

This is a private road with a bumpy potholed surface - and there's a cut through at the end.

This road-side shrine is for Marc Bolan - see #30634.

Approaching a busy junction, the advisory cycle lane has disappeared and all you get here is a cycle marking in the carriageway.

This walker is about to leave the danger zone and enter the safety zone. Photos on a walk around Richmond, Surrey.

Photos on a walk around Richmond, Surrey.

Vineyard Passage - rather than an official no cycling sign as recognised by the Highway Code this ground sign has been used.

Vineyard Passage - no cycling

Photos on a walk around Richmond, Surrey.

Photos on a walk around Richmond, Surrey.

The very wide 'pedestrian priority' path on the left is punctuated by short periods of steps and so is unsuitable for cycling.

From a model in the Richmond Museum - it shows the Richmond Bridge (which was widened in the 1930s)

Horribly busy junction - these rails that are to pen pedestrians in to their narrow walkway are narrowed further by these parked bikes.

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