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Photo listing : other

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

looking south east towards the "Shining Wheels" sculpture

track descends towards the south east

track descends gradually to south east

entrance to park from Holme Park Avenue

Car entrance to Holmebrook Valley Park Pavilion car park. Gates are normally locked at dusk. (unlocked) cycle gate on left

narrow gap at side of main gates in case main gates locked (at dusk)

looking west

Adventure Park area

Notice board

track descends (initially steeply) to south

"Red Ball" sculpture

Holme Brook Valley Park Lake

path junction south of lake

Bridge over Holme Brook

Entrance to park from Etwall Close

entrance to park from Etwell Close (no parking for vehicles)

Outdoor gym area

Picnic area north west of car park

Entrance to car park

Bridge over Holme Brook

entrance to park from Milldale Close

looking north west towards tunnel

track diverges from road

entrance to path running outside of perimeter of park

paved track from Longfield Grange

paved track from Longfield Grange

bollard - no lighting

paved track

path between estates

looking eastwards from park entrance along tarmaced path at edge of park

entrance to park

steps between track and Holme Park Avenue

entrance to park from Parkside View

Percent for Art: "Shining Wheels" sculpture

Percent for Art "Newbold Arch" sculpture at junction

Access onto Markham Vale tip.

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate, a sensible bonded surface either side of the bridleway gates should help combat erosion

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

New bridleway path around the future Peak Resort estate

Old railway line

(locked) gate access onto former pit tip.

Path heading towards Poolsbrook from Seymour / Netherthorpe, can get quite muddy other side of gate, but there's a better way by going left immediately after the ballast and staying in front of the fence until access opens up a little furth ... [more]

Access over bridge towards Shuttlewood / Woodside

Secure fence and well locked gate onto Buttermilk Lane

Cleared section of railway line, looking south.

Cleared section of old railway at Markham Vale. M1 motorway in the distance

Footpath that leads from river Doe Lea west flood bank to the branch line

Public footpath at side of Bolsover branch line, recently cleared, included ramped surface down from old railway line.. Footpath leads down onto Seymour Link Road.

Recently cleared old public footpath providing access from Bolsover branch line to Seymour Link Road

Old footbridge over ditch/brook. Was overgrown with brambles and grass. Part of a disused public footpath from the old Markham Lane before it was rerouted, Could provide useful access from the Bolsover branch line. The wood seems rotten dow ... [more]

Stockley trail extension looking towards Poolsbrook/M1 underpass.

Bolsover branch line / Stockley Trail extension, looking towards Poolsbrook/Seymour Link Road.

According to recent ordnance survey maps there is a footpath crossing over the river Doe Lea here, but it looks like it's there hasn't been any access across here for some time, can see some evidence that a bridge was here...

Old railway line from Bolsover towards Poolsbrook/Seymour Link Road.

Are these type of barriers really necessary?

unnecessary barriers?

A fairly pleasant shared use trail, just in need of a tickle to keep from becoming overgrown and slippy from leaf litter

Shared use trail parallel to the River Rother

More barriers

Informal path offering a clue towards the potential space for a new off road shared cycle path running alongside the River Rother, linking Spital with the Railway station without the need to share a road

Looking up from an informal path towards the Toucan crossing on Hollis Lane.. A possible location for a new bit of segregated infrastructure perhaps?

informal path running parallel to the Rother

An informal path that could perhaps be used to create a new piece of cycling infrastructure?

Looking in the direction of other paths that wouldn't be too difficult to link into and create a new piece of shared infrastructure to enable segregated safe cycling between Spital and Chesterfield Station

bridge over the hipper - adequate width to enable shared walking/cycling

The base of a somewhat unloved but very valuable need of some TLC

At the foot of an essential overbridge that crosses two busy dual carriageways and connects to the Hipper Valley Cycleway

Railway underbridge.... somewhat dark and depressing, but surprisingly seems fairly tidy beneath, I expected more evidence of ant-social behaviour

A path in need of some maintenance, looking towards the Underbridge beneath Chesterfields railway line

A rather narrow section of path, but there is some scope to widen a little. Standing water a problem, but as this path sits up above an adjacent river it shouldn't be a big challenge to improve the drainage

Path crossing of Clayton St close to industrial unit accesses. The walkers painted onto the tarmac wouldn't be obvious to traffic, rendering them a little pointless

Path looking towards crossing of Clayton Street

I wonder if that streetlamp is functional ?

A potentially cycleable route (After some improvements)

potential connectivity to Hollis Lane Toucan crossing and the railway station, although this route currently cuts short and exits on Spital Lane

Bridge - in reasonable condition

a narrow path, that has some scope to increase in width to enable shared use

Could this position offer a clue to an improved exit of this footpath onto Spital Lane to enable cycling along this route

narrow section of path

currently narrow, but room to improve to enable cycling

first section of path certainly could be wide enough to enable cycling

Disappointingly marked as no-cycling, yet this path could offer an excellent upgraded cycling link from Derby Road to the station, and from Spital and Hady into the Town Centre

Access from the Clough that could so easily be upgraded to encourage cycling

looking north along a connecting path towards several housing roads off Hady Lane.. which all appear connected together

Just after the exit from Hady Lane looking along the line of the disused railway towards the bridge over Dingle Lane

Along the line of the track bed looking towards the crossing point of Hady Lane

looking back down at an obviously regularly used access point to housing off Spital Lane

the gravel riders would love this...

A very cycleable old track bed

Split in the path, to the right is Hartington road ,the path left heads towards Alexandra road East and the old railway

Footpath offering access into Hady primary School - too narrow for cycling at the moment, but could be readily increased in width by removal of the horrible pre-cast concrete fence on the south side, and some widening of the path

the official surfaced footpath, with an informal track to the south.. interestingly regularly illuminated making it an attractive proposition to upgrade to shared use

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