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Photo listing (misc)

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

Filling station at St Dennis looking towards the incinerator.

There's a cheery wave from the cab of this Great Western Railway pannier tank as it departs Bodmin Parkway with a heritage service for Bodmin General. The cyclist has arrived here on ncr 3 from Bodmin, and is waiting for an eastbound train ... [more]

A view across Whitesand bay from ncr 3 on its way from nearby Lands End. There's only a sprinkling of beachgoers on this glorious day.

For non-alcoholic refreshment here on the cliffs at Lands end. Not to be confused with the First and Last Inn at Sennen, which is a mile or so inland. http://www.firstandlastinn.co.uk/

Memorial plaques to cyclists killed on the Land's End to John O'Groats ride.

Lots of cycle route leaflets at 20p each in the Bodmin tourist office - the Camel Trail has had a big impact here.

Trafalgar Roundabout, Truro, Christmas lights on the roundabout looking towards Shell Trafalgar.

Former garage in St Mawes, now a gig rowing club - a sign of the times!

OK, no obvious connection with cycling, but these rocks have been shaped by the incessant Atlantic wind and the shapes remind me strongly of the fairings on recumbent bikes.

Cyclists encourage to park up to protect footpaths from erosion. Port Quin

20 mph zone

Pedestrianized area in Newquay. This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18672.

A semi pedestrianized area. This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18672.

;-)

The netting here gives some protection from golf balls.

Traffic calming - versus 4x4 - it's a kind of arms race.

This cycleway has a mandatory left turn ahead.

The contraflow cycle lane currently ends here, and it is unclear whether to use the footway or the road here.

The road markings on this un-narrowed section of the main drag in Newquay evoke the greedy era of highways design when every inch of available space was given over to motor cars and one-way systems.

Newquay's main drag. This is a one-way street.

This view is an unexpected pleasure on this old converted tramway track.

No entry signs for the road at #18674.

The keeper of this garage threatens to ram anyone blocking their garage (or this useful jitty for that matter).

Heavy summer traffic This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18666.

Some brave riders on this busy road. This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18666.

It looks a bit like a cycle lane on the left, but I think its just an edge of road marking. This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18666.

Heavy traffic and the occasional industrial-strength tractors make roads like these no-go areas for most cyclists. This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18666.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18657.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18657. The parked cars either side of the road make for effective traffic calming, I suppose.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18657.

The unpleasant A392 taken from a bus.

Taken from a bus this photo hints at how unpleasant this A392 is for cycling.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641. A tiny hamlet at this intersection.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641. This is a very quiet country road with good shade in places.

We think this is the cycle track, but the road alongside although not heavily trafficked is unpleasant and necessary for a few hundred yards.

A very strange (probably horse friendly) surface on this cycle track. We felt a bit lost here, the signs had disappeared.

A long pleasant downhill run - but for having to stop to pick up the hat that blew off!

A small village on the NCN 32.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641.

Speed cushions

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18641.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

Speed cushions

Speed cushions

Speed cushions

Wildflower Lane

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611. Wildflower lane

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

A short but very wet summer shower.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611. NCN 32

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611. Riding towards the Headland Hotel.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611. Fistral Beach bike hire

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18611.

Chiropodist 30 feet.

No, no, definitely not.

Fine Cornish oaks beside the former railway on the edge of Truro.

The Portreath Incline - a possible (but very steep) cycle route.

Bicycle amongst a plantation, at the Eden Project

Penzance - lots of nice cut-throughs for bikes.

Location may not be exact, but it was somewhere near here. A nice example of 'Hybrid Provision' - near segregation of bikes, pedestrians and cars, though sadly it didn't last for long. At road junctions this cycle lane does have the same ... [more]

in Bodmin Town Museum

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