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Photo listing: tracks (infrastructure)

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

Start of byway from a link to NCN route 3

Byway from a link to NCN route 3

Start of byway from a link to NCN route 3

Path towards Hayle harbour

Modal filter on path towards Hayle station

Bridleway towards Copperhouse

Junction of bridleways and byway, Hayle

Byway to Hayle station (right) and modal filter towards Copperhouse (left)

Byway towards Hayle station

Start of bridleway south from Connor Downs

Bridleway south from Roseworthy

Start of bridleways south from Roseworthy

According to Amazon's sat-navs, this is a useable through road. It doesn't usually go well.

Lane between the old and new A30

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

End of potential riverside route into Truro

Start of potential riverside route into Truro

Bridleway north of Gweek

Bridleway north of Gweek

Start of bridleway on the downs above Penzance

Start of bridleway - not shown on online mapping

Footpath only east from Carbis Bay station

Path above Carbis Bay station - cycleable according to OpenCycleMap, but it ends at a flight of steps.

Cycle link to NCN route 3 west of Camborne

Farm track to the left, bridleway ahead

Bridleway towards Camborne

Road to the Lizard lifeboat station

Bridleway to Bass Point

Bridleway from Bass Point

Start of dead end bridleway at the Cornish coast path

Isolated stretch of new wheelchair-friendly path, presumably on National Trust land, near the Lizard

Technically a bridleway, but a dead end and no real use to cyclists.

Start of rather odd U-shaped byway, with link towards Camborne

Start of rather odd U-shaped byway, with link towards Camborne

Start of a relatively long and potentially useful bridleway

This is definitely signed as a bridleway (south to the Godolphin road), even if it doesn't appear on online mapping.

Waterfront footpath parallel to the former A30 west from Hayle

Route over Carnsew sluice, Hayle - the cycle way apparently ends here, with footpaths continuing

The finger sign has gone, and it's not shown on the online maps, but there should be a bridleway here.

The finger sign has gone, and it's not shown on the online maps, but there should be a bridleway here.

Cut-through past Trewartha care home, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Cut-through to primary school, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Cut-through to primary school, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Asphalted footpath west from Carbis Bay station, shown as a cycleway on OpenCycleMap

Another bridleway towards the Bakers Pit Nature Reserve - not on the online maps, and not much use for cyclists.

Bridleway to Bakers Pit Nature Reserve

Bridleway above Penzance

Junction of bridleways above Penzance

Barriers on new link to Helston Business Park

Start of new link from Helston Business Park

Path with steps to the B3297, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Paved footpath through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Paved footpath through the Tremenheere estate, Helston, with other paths starting to left and right

Paved footpath through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Gate to Tremenheere Avenue and 'cycleway' right to Forth Gwedhen, Helston

End of the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

At least there's been some strimming on the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Link from the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Link from the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

The 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

The 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Start of the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Puddles on the link from the so-called cycleway through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

To the left, Trenethick Barton (listed Grade I, but no-one knows it's here), to the right the link to the so-called cycleway through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Start of link to Tremenheere Avenue, Helston

Start of link to the so-called cycleway through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through to Seneschall Park, Helston

Footpath to Budock Water

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath through a car park, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Short bridleway up from Nanjizal beach

Love Lane - a bridleway out of Fowey, a bit narrow and slippery in places.

Access to a road a couple of hundred metres away - but you can't take a bike either way on the coastal footpath.

In theory I suppose that's a modal filter up there. You could get a bike to the coast here but can't take it either way on the coastal footpath.

Not intended for cycling, but a short section of the Cornish coastal footpath has been improved by the National Trust for wheelchair use.

Start of two bridleways from the access road to Kynance Cove

Stepping stones on bridleway

Bridleways crossing on Lizard Down

Bridleways crossing on Lizard Down

Flooded bridleway on Lizard Downs

Link to Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way forking left off the National Trust's access track to Kynance Cove

Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way forking right off the National Trust's access track to Kynance Cove

Bridleway closed by a gate - it only leads to footpaths anyway.

Excellent bridleway from Kynance Cove to the Lizard - part of Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's not on online mapping - probably an historic route to/from Mawgan church.

A cut-through that's not on online mapping - probably an historic route to/from Mawgan church.

Link from the closed road past Penair School, Truro

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