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All photos in & around Chesterfield

Showing items 301 to 400 from total of 448 items. Ordered by photo # descending.

Photo # Icon Photo Caption Categorisation
103915Photo #103915Signpost Cuckoo Way, TPT and Newbridge Lane intersectionRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
103857Photo #103857Egress from Events Field at Tapton Lock back onto Towpath and TPTCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103816Photo #103816Sculpture at Tapton Lock (work in progress as at 05/12/18)Other:
Misc
general
103815Photo #103815Tapton Lock Visitors Centre on the TPT (Trans Pennine Trail)Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
103814Photo #103814Narrow towpath under bridge of A619 and Tapton Lock Hill - towpath is liable to flooding (infrastructure cannot be altered to alleviate)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103813Photo #103813Narrow towpath under A619 and Tapton Lock Hill - path is liable to flooding (infrastructure cannot be altered to alleviate)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103812Photo #103812Approach to bridge over Tapton Lock Hill and A619 Rother Way (long tunnel)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103811Photo #103811View of towpath at side of canal exit (on right over low fence) from Mill Bridge heading NorthCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103810Photo #103810Side weir at the start of the Chesterfield CanalOther:
Misc
general
103809Photo #103809The start of the Chesterfield CanalCycleway:
Misc
cycleways
103808Photo #103808Mill Bridge on Chesterfield Canal (B1)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103807Photo #103807Towpath goes to right, footpath up onto old parking area on Brimington Road.Track:
Infrastructure
track
103806Photo #103806Divergence of TPT (to left) and towpath. Cyclists should go up onto Brimington Road rather than follow the narrow towpath to right.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103805Photo #103805Signpost on TPT, Cuckoo Way, TowpathRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
103804Photo #103804Convergence of TPT from right onto canal towpathCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103803Photo #103803Old access bridge to industrial estate - LOW HEADROOMCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103802Photo #103802Old bridge to industrial estate - LOW HEADROOMCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103801Photo #103801Old access bridge parapet to industrial estate - narrow gap and blind bend to rightCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103800Photo #103800Old access bridge parapet to industrial estate - narrow gap and blind left cornerCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103799Photo #103799Exit right to Brimington Road - note that there is a flight of steps at the road.
Towpath goes to left
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103798Photo #103798Bridge over River RotherCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103797Photo #103797Bridge over River RotherCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103796Photo #103796Footbridge over A61 to Wharf Lane
Towpath and Cuckoo Way goes to left just before railing.
Note that there is a drop onto the towpath
Track:
Problem
track
103795Photo #103795Towpath junction with footbridge over A61 to Wharf Lane (left) and route over river to right - note the raised access if using a cycle...Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
103794Photo #103794Cuckoo Way sign at start of Chesterfield Canal on River - 46 miles to River TrentGeneral sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
103793Photo #103793Start of the Cuckoo Way at Holbeck Close, Chesterfield. S41 7ULGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
103792Photo #103792NCN67 Cycle ArtGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
103767Photo #103767Cuckoo Way at Renishaw. Former and future towpath of the Chesterfield Canal.Track:
Misc
track
103766Photo #103766Cuckoo Way at Renishaw. Route of Chesterfield Canal, within the next few years the canal should be returning along hereTrack:
Misc
track
103711Photo #103711TPT recommended cycle route on disused railway line. Path from right comes down off of towpath, to rear is cycle route coming under Fordbridge LaneCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103708Photo #103708TPT recommended cycle route on disused railway southbound under Newbridge Lane railway bridgeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103706Photo #103706Wheeldon Mill southbound showing towpath and cycle route to rightCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103704Photo #103704Wheeldon Mill towpath showing preferred cycle route avoiding narrow towpath northboundCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103703Photo #103703Tinker Sic side weir bridge, blind corner to rightCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103702Photo #103702Tinker Sic side weir - blind left had corner north boundCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103701Photo #103701Exit to Station Road from TPT at Brimington WharfCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103700Photo #103700TPT recommended route for cyclists off narrow towpath along disused railway track.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103695Photo #103695TPT Brimington Wharf convergence of towpath and cycle path southboundCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103694Photo #103694TPT southbound at CP up to TP and exit to Station StreetCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103693Photo #103693Brimington Wharf southboundCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103692Photo #103692Access to TPT northbound from Station Road at Brimington WharfCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103691Photo #103691Brimington Wharf Bridge Southbound just after the divergence of the TPT onto road and from the convergence with the towpath and recommended cycle path.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103690Photo #103690Brimington Wharf Bridge Northbound. Note that there is a path to the left of the low wall that technically is the TPT but the egress at the top of the steep path is barred by a gate with a very narrow gap between the fence and wall - ok for pedestrians!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103689Photo #103689Brimington Wharf NorthboundCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103688Photo #103688Railway bridge 2 south - note the brickwork in the archway!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103687Photo #103687Railway bridge southCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103686Photo #103686Second bridge - note the brickwork in the archway!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103685Photo #103685Railway bridges - bridge 1 showing bridge 2 in distanceCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103683Photo #103683Milepost at One Mile along Chesterfield Canal (45 to go if you go all the way to West Stockwith!)Other:
Misc
general
103682Photo #103682Towpath converging with path from Activities Field at Tapton.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103681Photo #103681Divergence of TPT at Activities Field Tapton Lock. Cyclists can go down towpath to right or follow path over activities field but there is a narrow rough area at north end back onto towpath through small wooded area.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103680Photo #103680Exit ramp of recommended cycle route over Lockoford Lane at Tapton Lock (southbound) avoiding narrow towpath under bridgeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103679Photo #103679Exit over Lockoford Lane at Tapton Lock to avoid narrow towpath under road bridge.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103678Photo #103678Steep ramp from under bridge up to lock at Tapton - cyclists should use alternative route over bridgeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103677Photo #103677Narrow towpath under road bridge at Tapton Lock - hence cyclists detour over road bridgeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103676Photo #103676Towpath under road bridge at Tapton Lock Northbound showing narrow width and blind corner - hence recommendation for cyclists to follow signposted alternative over the road.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103675Photo #103675Road exit over Lockoford Lane at Tapton Lock for cycles North bound on TPTCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103674Photo #103674TPT cycle path over road to avoid narrow towpath under bridgeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103065Photo #103065Other:
Infrastructure
general
103064Photo #103064Poor quality gate/kissing gate combination - upgrade needed to match the hardware installed within DCC's adjoining Markham Vale DevelopmentOther:
Infrastructure
general
103063Photo #103063Narrow bridge over the Doe Lea that requires upgrading to allow Multi User Trail accessibilityOther:
Infrastructure
general
103062Photo #103062unnecessary obstructions dating back to when this was a live railway lineOther:
Infrastructure
general
103061Photo #103061Looking down the steep slope towards the disused railway - steps required here to make safe for foot traffic - other users should be diverted to the south where the gradient is more manageableOther:
Infrastructure
general
103060Photo #103060Multi User TrailOther:
Infrastructure
general
103059Photo #103059Multi User Trail - variable surface qualityOther:
Infrastructure
general
103058Photo #103058Multi User TrailOther:
Infrastructure
general
103057Photo #103057Connection between two very useful multi user trailsOther:
Infrastructure
general
103056Photo #103056Junction of two existing Multi User trailsOther:
Infrastructure
general
103055Photo #103055potential connectivity into the existing perimeter multi user trailOther:
Infrastructure
general
103054Photo #103054This informal path with an adequate surface would successfully link the existing perimeter track with a new path crossing the disused railwayOther:
Infrastructure
general
103053Photo #103053steep slope up from the disused railway... its cycle-able by only the most able. The sensible upgrade is to create safe steps here for foot traffic, and route cycles/horses slightly safe where a slightly longer route exists with manageable gradientsOther:
Infrastructure
general
103052Photo #103052crossing point over the long disused railway..the remaining ballast is somewhat uncomfortable underfootOther:
Infrastructure
general
103051Photo #103051very narrow A frame , creating unnecessary access restrictions across the long disused railway, the only benefit is the slight deterrent to motor cycle access, but its so easy for anti-social users to find alternative routes through to the same trails that its a superfluous obstacle to normal traffic, especially those users with access issuesOther:
Problem
general
103050Photo #103050Narrow bridge over the Doe Lea that needs upgrading to a wider bridge to accommodate shared walking/cycling/horse trafficOther:
Infrastructure
general
103049Photo #103049narrow path that needs upgrading to full Multi user trail standardsOther:
Infrastructure
general
103048Photo #103048Junction of at least two cycleable trails, that could readily be improved, the east-west trail needs upgrading to Multi User Trail to connect Poolsbrook and Markham ValeOther:
Infrastructure
general
103047Photo #103047To connect Markham Vales Multi user trail infrastructure to Poolsbrook successfully, this path needs upgrading in width and surfaceOther:
Problem
general
103046Photo #103046old gate/kissing gate at the junction between Markham Vales new cycling friendly infrastructure and the older ROW network outside DCC land (staveley FP 30 adjoins from the North) . An informal desire line has been created to the left of this gate by those users poorlyd served by this gate. This should promptly be replaced by gates similar in nature to those on the adjoining DCC landOther:
Problem
general
103045Photo #103045Narrowing of the Multi User Trail as it approaches the existing ROW networkOther:
Infrastructure
general
103044Photo #103044newly created multi user trail linking Poolsbrook and the Markham Vale developmentOther:
Infrastructure
general
103043Photo #103043newly created multi user trail - typical gravel surfaceOther:
Infrastructure
general
103042Photo #103042Gravel surfaced new section of multi user trailOther:
Infrastructure
general
103041Photo #103041Transition from tarmac surfaced shared footway to wide gravel surfaced Multi User Trail towards PoolsbrookOther:
Infrastructure
general
103040Photo #103040Shared footpath/cyclway and bridleway?
Good tarmac surface appropriate for location
Other:
Infrastructure
general
103039Photo #103039shared footpath/cycleway between Woodthorpe and Markham ValeRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
102718Photo #102718Bridge over River Doe Lea on Cuckoo WayOther:
Problem
general
102289Photo #102289Unfortunately, the gap created at the side of the locked steel barrier has a loose stone surface, adjoining nice tarmac.
The change in surface will catch out the unwary, especially as the stone surface becomes more eroded over time
Track:
Problem
track
102288Photo #102288Excellent link to Markham Lane, very nicely tarmaccedOther:
Infrastructure
general
102287Photo #102287Underpass beneath the M1 heading down to Markham LaneOther:
Infrastructure
general
102286Photo #102286Markham Vale mining remembrance figuresOther:
Infrastructure
general
102285Photo #102285nice cycletrack alongside several figures from teh Markham Vale mining memorialOther:
Infrastructure
general
102284Photo #102284Other:
Infrastructure
general
102283Photo #102283Gate and Horse hopOther:
Infrastructure
general
102282Photo #102282beautiful surfaceOther:
Infrastructure
general
102281Photo #102281underpass beneath the M1Other:
Infrastructure
general
102280Photo #102280nice smooth surface, and a well maintained trackOther:
Infrastructure
general
102279Photo #102279Nicely tarmaced path connecting Markham Lane to Duckmanton beneath the M1Other:
Infrastructure
general
102277Photo #102277Opening ceremony of the station link in ChesterfieldCycleway:
Event
cycleways
102276Photo #102276Station link, ChesterfieldCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
102275Photo #102275Cycle entry into Tesco off Stonegravels WayCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways

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