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Railway stations in North Yorkshire


Railway stations in Northamptonshire


Railway stations in Northumberland


Railway stations in Nottinghamshire


Railway stations in Oxfordshire


Railway stations in Shropshire


Railway stations in Somerset


Railway stations in South Yorkshire


Railway stations in Staffordshire


Railway stations in Suffolk


Railway stations in Surrey


Railway stations in the Tees Valley


Railway stations in Tyne and Wear


Railway stations in Warwickshire


Railway stations in the West Midlands (county)


Railway stations in West Sussex


Railway stations in West Yorkshire


Railway stations in Wiltshire


Railway stations in Worcestershire


Railway stations in Yorkshire


Lincolnshire railway station stubs


Railway tunnels in England


Tunnels in Bristol


Tunnels in East Sussex


Tunnels in Merseyside


Tunnels in Liverpool


Tunnels in West Sussex


Clay Trails

The Clay Trails are a series of bicycle trails located in mid Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The trails pass through the St Austell moorland which for over two centuries has been extensively quarried for china clay, hence the name. The trails ...


Alban Way

The Alban Way is a cycle path in Hertfordshire, England, that has been constructed along the route of the former Hatfield to St Albans railway line. It runs from St Albans, close to St Albans Abbey railway station and the site of Roman Verulamium ...


Ayot Greenway

The Ayot Greenway is a trail which extends from Ayot St. Peter, just west of Welwyn Garden City and the A1 Motorway to Wheathampstead in Hertfordshire. Part of National Cycle Network Route 57, it runs for three miles along a former branch line fr ...


Bristol and Bath Railway Path

The Bristol and Bath Railway Path is a 15-mile off-road cycleway, part of National Cycle Network National Cycle Route 4. It has a 3-metre wide tarmacked surface, and was used for 2.4 million trips in 2007, increasing by 10% per year. It was built ...


Centurion Way


National Cycle Route 24

National Cycle Route 24, otherwise known as the Colliers Way currently runs from Dundas Aqueduct to Frome via Radstock, although it is intended to provide a continuous cycle route to Southampton and Portsmouth.


Cycling in Leeds

Cycling is a popular means of both transport and leisure in Leeds. The city hosted a number of cycling events, the most notable being the Grand Depart for the 2014 Tour de France.


Miltons Walk


Senate House Passage


Baker Way

The Baker Way is a footpath running from Chester railway station to Delamere railway station within the English county of Cheshire. The total length of the trail is 13 miles. Its name commemorates the life and work of Jack Baker, a former footpat ...


Delamere Way

The Delamere Way is a footpath running from Stockton Heath to Frodsham within the English county of Cheshire. The total length of the trail is 21 miles.


Eddisbury Way

The Eddisbury Way is a footpath running from Frodsham to Higher Burwardsley within the English county of Cheshire. The total length of the trail is 16.5 miles. The path is waymarked with yellow arrows containing the words Eddisbury Way.


Longster Trail

The Longster Trail is a waymarked footpath in Cheshire, England. It runs for 9.1 miles from the summit of Helsby Hill, Helsby, to the village of Pipers Ash, Chester, passing through Alvanley, Manley, Barrow, Guilden Sutton, Hoole and Blacon. The ...


St Michael’s Way

St Michael’s Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath in Cornwall. It runs for 12.5 miles from Lelant on Cornwall’s north coast to St Michael’s Mount on the south coast.


Ullswater Way

The Ullswater Way is a 20-mile waymarked walking route around Ullswater in the English Lake District. It was created by a partnership which included The Lake District National Park Authority, the National Trust, Eden District Council, and Ullswat ...


Hudson Way

The Hudson Way is a 10 miles walking and cycling route in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The route follows a disused railway line between the market towns of Market Weighton and Beverley.


Watling Chase Timberland Trail

The Watling Chase Timberland Trail is a 10.5 mile footpath in the Watling Chase Community Forest in Hertfordshire. It starts at Elstree & Borehamwood railway station, where it links with the London Loop, and goes mainly through farmland and parks ...


Ashford Green Corridor

Ashford Green Corridor is a green space that runs through the town of Ashford in Kent, England. The Green Corridor is made up of parks, recreation grounds and other green spaces alongside the rivers that flow through Ashford. It is a Local Nature ...


Clay Lane

Clay Lane is a one kilometre long public footpath and bridle way in Edgware in the London Borough of Barnet. It is a Site of Local Importance for Nature Conservation. It is an old road, recorded back to 1597, which is now a quiet country lane. Th ...


Great Turnstile

Great Turnstile, Little Turnstile and New Turnstile are alleys between High Holborn and Lincolns Inn Fields in London. They originally had turnstiles to prevent cattle from straying. They later became busy lanes and were built up with shops and h ...


The Queens Walk (South Bank)

The Queens Walk is a promenade located on the southern bank of the River Thames in London, England, between Lambeth Bridge and Tower Bridge. The creation of pedestrian access along the south bank of the Thames was seen as an integral part of the ...


Pedestrian bridges in London


Norfolk Trails

Norfolk County Council manages and promotes a number of long-distance footpaths in the county under the Norfolk Trails brand. The Norfolk Trails network brings together over 1.200 miles of walks, cycle and bridle routes throughout the county of N ...

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