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Photo listing : tracks

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New bridleway alongside the road to Penrose Farm on the National Trust's Penrose estate

Bridleway past Penrose Farm in the National Trust's Penrose estate

Bridleway from Penrose Farm to the Loe Pool in the National Trust's Penrose estate

Ahead, track to the Loe Pool ih the National Trust's Penrose estate, to the right footpath to Penrose Farm and car park

End of asphalt and view to the Loe Pol in the National Trust's Penrose estate

Bridleway on former mineral tramway to Tehidy

Bridleway on former mineral tramway to Gwithian

Junction of tracks in Tehidy Country Park

The National Trust has improved this section of the Cornish coastal path for wheelchairs, but it's not surprising that cyclists are using it too.

The National Trust has improved this section of the Cornish coastal path for wheelchairs, but it's not surprising that cyclists are using it too.

The two land road here has no pavement or safe way for people to connect from the pavement by the mariners to the pavement by the beach. It should be turned into one lane with traffic lights and a permanent pavement added.

The road through the golf course has been used as a safe way to access the public footpath network for years, but signs have been put up suggesting walkers aren't allowed and a gate is often locked shut here now. It should be made clear wal ... [more]

There are blind bends and no pavement along much of this stretch. It is very dangerous for pedestrians, particularly on winter mornings and early evenings when it is dark. Vehicles race through at times, and I have had to leap into the hedg ... [more]

Absolutely treacherous for pedestrians attempting to cross the A390, Pentewan Road or South Street, and for cyclists trying to negotiate the double roundabout. Proper crossings are essential for safety here.

Pavement much too narrow

Is some pavement, but used for parking

Pavement inadequate and runs out - with no crossing on a very busy road

Very difficult road, not enough pedestr facility, who have to often walk on road

Needs to be pedestrian priority + crossings.

Complete absence of pedestrian facilities

This is supposedly part of coastal path, but lack of pavement and crossings make it unpleasant and dangerous

Traffic , parking and no pavement make this a dangerous and unpleasant road to walk.

Negotiating this roundabout on foot is awful. Needs a rethink in some aspects of layout

Pavement is impossible to use in practice. Continually changes sides of steep, narrow road, very unfair on pedestrians especially those with buggies etc. It's between the biggest supermarket locally and a large housing estate.

No pathway for pedestrians going to Par Market, often walking on verges.

Crossing needs improvement from upper to lower Sawles Road. It is difficult to cross during the busy periods and dangerous for anyone with small children with or without bikes or in trailers as the central Islands are too small. Adding a ... [more]

No pavement and speeding traffic but still within the village.

Cars parked, abrupt end to footpath and nowhere for pedestrians

Widen footway outside Spar and up to surgery and stop pvement parking. close market road to vehicles. will make safer space for passing queuing people to surgery and pharmacy

Widen footway on north side to allow distancing

Wider footpath to allow social distancing as currently people must walk in the road and attempt to avoid cars and cyclists, as there is only one pavement.

Footpath not always on same sides of road or even there all along Trewen road. Very dangerous especially with small children

Footpath is occasional and keeps crossing to other side of road. Really dangerous as traffic too fast and parked cars obstruct view. Impossible to walk with a pram or pushchair

Make pavement for pedestrians and narrow the roadway

Provide safe crossing point for pedestrians

Install central island and informal crossing across Greenbank Rd

Widen pavement aroubd bus shelter. not enough space and wrong angle to pass on solid surface.

Install Neatebox bluetooth activator on puffin crossing

Install Neatebox bluetooth button pusher on puffin x-ing

Pavement not wide enough for wheelchair / pushchair

Safer crossing points at Roscrow and Boswin junctions needed for pedestrians and cycles. Reduce A39 speed limit to 40mph and enforce this.

Add crossing coming out of bike/pedestrain cut through on Tressoth lane

Pedestrian crossing needed to slow traffic and allow people to cross to head towards the beach

Pedestrian crossing needed for people trying to get to Gylly beach

Needs a pavement along both sides of Commercial Rd - currently there is only pavement on one side, but there are shops on both sides.

There is no pavement for a stretch around this junction, despite a new development being made here - it is dangerous.

Pavement only on one side of the road, and too narrow

Providing a footpath in this location would provide a link between Saltash, Hatt and Trematon. This will provide multiple benefits for communities.

Saltash and it closest neigbour Carkeel village are cut off by a lack of any wide footpath, making access restricted to few people. Connecting these communities by foot better would increase the opportunities for the people of carkeel to tr ... [more]

Saltash and Landrake are close neighbours but cut off by the A38 a dangerous road. Providing safe non motor vehicle access would enhance both communities.

Council proposing a virtual footway only. This is a route to schools and used by all walking to fom from north west (lowest income Lowets car use LSOA) in town. Also route for daibled users at Echo Centre amd Passmore Court extra care. A re ... [more]

Convert the pelican crossings to zebras in order to remove the risk of virus transmission by the need to press the buttons.

Convert the pelican crossings to zebras in order to remove the risk of virus transmission by the need to press the buttons.

Another user suggests this as a traffic-free route for NCN 3 to follow. This route is on the ground a narrow 'ope' or alleyway not suitable for shared use, and has some steps to access it.

Another user suggests this as a traffic-free route for NCN 3 to follow. This route is on the ground a narrow 'ope' or alleyway not suitable for shared use, and has some steps to access it.

Bridleway link from NCN route 3, St Erth

Cyclist at Tremayne Quay

Bridleway north of Gweek, Cornwall

Bridleway north of Gweek, Cornwall

Tredrea Terrace Path, Portreath

Tredrea Terrace Path, Portreath

This track is technically a footpath.

Bridleway to Pennare House and Lestowder.

Start of bridleway to Pennare House and Lestowder.

The end of the track used by Coastwatch staff to reach Nare Point

Private track to the South West Coast Path

Start of Bramble Lane, Truro - a wasted resource

Start of Bramble Lane, Truro - a wasted resource

The bottom of the foot/cycle route down to Mevagissey harbour from the north.

Bridleway to Porthcurno beach

Start of paved bridleway down to Porthgwarra

A German mountain biker went over a cliff near here and died last year - you really shouldn't be cycling on the Cornish Coastal Footpath.

Byway past Wheal Owles (the 'Poldark' mine, with a bit of help from CGI)

Short dead-end section of bridleway on the Cornish coast

Short dead-end section of bridleway on the Cornish coast

Concrete bridleway from Helston to Degibna

Bridleway through a Cornish farm

Bridleway in the National Trust's Penrose Estate, and a footpath to the left, but a decent link for cyclists

A footpath in the National Trust's Penrose Estate, but a decent link for cyclists

Unsigned junction in the National Trust's Penrose Estate - the bridleway seems to go to the right

Junction of bridleways in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate - definitely for horses rather than bikes

Boardwalk and bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate - it might be fine for cycling in the summer.

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Junction with bridleway in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Junction of bridleways in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Bridge and ford in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

A footpath in the National Trust's Penrose Estate, but clearly well used by cyclists.

Bridleway into the National Trust's Penrose Estate

The old road is actually still viable for cyclists as an alternative to slogging up the hill on the A394

The National Trust's Tremayne Quay - the end of a dead-end track about a mile and a half long.

The National Trust's Tremayne Woods property - a dead-end track about a mile and a half long.

Entry to the National Trust's Tremayne Woods property - a dead-end track about a mile and a half long.

Back route (no motor vehicles) to Cape Cornwall

Route north from Padstow along the Camel estuary

Technically a footpath leading to a bridleway.

Bridleway to Porthcurno (coast path to the left)

Muddy bridleway

Junction of bridleways

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