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Shared use pathway following the trajectory of the old Boundary Road, with the new A133 junction in the background.

Shared use pathway following the trajectory of the old Boundary Road.

Shared use pathway alongside the remodelled Boundary Road.

Not all of the path alongside Boadicea Way has been widened and no effort has been made to make it look neat.

As with Avon Way (see #20867) and Circular Road North (see #22583), this nice wide shared pathway alongside Boadicea Way lacks priority over side roads.

Nice wide shared pathway alongside Boadicea Way.

Wide shared pathway between NCN Route 1 and Winstree Road (through Woden Avenue).

Shared pathway in Bruff Close.

Shared pathway leading to Propelair Way, New Braiswick Park, and onto Colchester North rail station.

Cyclists and pedestrians are expected to share this narrow, pothole ridden (although not at this point) path. There is plenty of grass the length of the Avenue to widen it.

Shared pathway leading to underpass of Colne Bank Avenue and Westway.

Shared pathway splits into two, sending pedestrians and cyclists either side of a hedgerow. Unfortunate the cycle lane has a lamppost in it.

Wide shared path leading to Swan Close, on the University/Greenstead route.

Shared pathway to Forest Road, Greenstead from St. Andrews Avenue.

Groves Close shared pathway, eventually coming out on Mill Road.

Shared path on St. Andrew's Avenue.

Narrow shared path on a blind corner from Avon Way into St. Andrews Avenue.

Wide shared path, from Eastwood Drive to Highwoods Square.

Route 1 continues after crossing Dugard Avenue.

From University Quay, Route 51 leads to the Wivenhoe Trail.

On the Wivenhoe Trail, towards Colchester on the outskirts of Wivenhoe Woods.

Beginning of the Wivenhoe Trail, from Wivenhoe station.

Myland Chase entrance to Highwoods Country Park (new pathway) from Hill Ridge.

Welcome sign to Highwoods Country Park, from Turner Rise North (new pathway).

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