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Photo listing : other (misc)

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

I was cycling along and spotted this cycle path parallel to the road, and was about to use it, until I seen the surface was useless, and significantly worse than the road, thus decided not to use it.

This is sign 9 on The View Finder Trail, a 28km cycle trail around Colchester, Essex. Cultureshock Media have produced a short film for Firstsite Contemporary Art about the trail which can be seen on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Czyesnr ... [more]

This is sign 7 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork created by Michael Goodey in 2005. This is quite a surreal idea as there is a road traffic sign sited in a county park, a place where clearly no cars are allowed to go? What does the sig ... [more]

This is sign 6 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork, created by Michael Goodey 2005. The view is from High Woods Country Park to the north of Colchester and offers one of the best views on the 28km trail.

This is sign 5 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork created by Michael Goodey. The view is from Greenstead estate, Colchester. Visible in the distance, and common to all the pics, are Town Hall spire and 'Jumbo' water tower.

This is sign 4 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork by Michael Goodey, created 2005 for Firstsite, Colchester. This view is across Greenstead estate, built 1970's, towards central Colchester.

This is sign 3 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork by Michael Goodey, based on ten different views of Colchester, Essex. This location is at North Towers car park, University of Essex.

This is sign 1 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork by Michael Goodey. Ten signs are located on 28km cycle trail around Colchester, Essex

This is sign 2 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork by Michael Goodey, created 2005. The trail is 28km long and can be found on East of England Tourist Board Cycling Discovery Map 30

Crew promoting Sustrans in Colchester town centre.

Colchester BMX Park

Crouch Street traders have started a petition against the controversial cycle path. This is a poster displayed in a number of shop windows.

Delicious bicycle ginger bread at the weekly CTC Cycle Champions market stall.

The Visitor Information Centre has dedicated a whole window to cycling in view of the forthcoming Tour Series criterium on June 2.

Ten Sheffield stands have been replaced with 6 new ones on St. Johns Street.

A consultation on cycling through Lower Castle Park meant this large obstruction was in place for two consecutive days.

The Moors Movement looking after The Moors, that NCN Route 51 passes through.

Syringe found in one of the BykeBin's removed (see #28686) from St. Mary's car park.

Re~Cycle and Transition Wivenhoe teamed up to create pedal-powered music as part of The Tour of Britain event.

The Tour of Britain Stage 7 winner, Borut Bozic at the presentation ceremony.

Oddbins, Crouch St have the right idea!

Video of a deer crossing the road in a hurry and taking a tumble, on Wet Lane.

Bourne Mill pond.

Bourne Valley

The pen and decking are obstacles to cycling the Bourne Valley footpath. Left here to Stalin Road, or right to Bourne Road.

The Bourne Valley footpath is very scenic.

Looking across the lake in Distillery Lane to Old Heath Road.

Video cycling under Chappel Viaduct.

Video unicycling (and cycling) along The Wivenhoe Trail (NCN Route 51) toward Colchester.

Video cheerily "saying hello" to fellow cyclists.

Video cycling from Leisure World to the new High Woods route, off Thornton Drive.

Video cycling along NCN Route 51, between East Bay and University Quays Cafe, with CTC Colchester Cycle Champions.

The view from bridge over Turner Road towards Mile End Road.

The view from Hilly Fields towards Town Centre.

The view from Wivenhoe Quay to Rowhedge.

The view from Balkerne Hill bridge.

'George's Seat' overlooking the Roman River.

Video of a Pete Finch CTC Thursday Night Ride.

Brightlingsea foot ferry details Location: , East Mersea (England, United Kingdom)

This is sign 8 on the View Finder Trail, an artwork created by Michael Goodey in 2005. The cyclist on the path is captured on the sign opposite if he only knew it.

This is sign 10 on The View Finder Trail at Cymboline Meadows. The man with a racket denotes near by tennis court. This is the last sign on 28km cycle trail which goes half way round Colchester. A map is available through East of England ... [more]

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