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The Halfpenny Bridge, built in 2001 for the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 6)

Cycleway NCN 6 very wide here - there even seems to be a passing place! I think this may also be the NCN67 too, but not sure.

Cycleway markings partly hidden by autumn leaves

NCN 627

NCN 627

Cycling and walking signs marked on the NCN67 Trans Pennine Trail

Good wide cycleway continues here

NCN67 cycleway continues here along the flat.

Sustrans gate on the NCN67. This one has been opened so that it can easily be bypassed.

Decorated wall side and underpass.

Cycleway goes down and to the left alongside a decorated wall.

After cycling through miles of green space its a bit of a shock to come out so close to a big urban motorway.

Fast cycleway here down then up

Good fast downhill section here

Contemplating the final 5 miles into Sheffield (they were great and went quite quickly!)

Another cycle access gate, the mobility scooter got through this gap too - after she folded in her wing mirror.

Sheffield City Centre only 5 more miles to the left. The other sign is vandalised and needs some more over-stickers.

Side by side riding on the NCN 67 TPT

Great cycleway - NCN67 TPT

Its OK to get off and walk for a bit - especially, if like this Cambridge cyclist, hills are a bit of a shock.

Paths wide enough for pleasant side by side cycling.

These bicycle access narrowings vary a bit some quite tight, others loose. There's a horse step over on the left.

Here the NCN67 TPT crosses a road.

Good wide cycleway here on the NCN67 and TPT

Excellent wide hard surface cycleway. TPT is the

Another narrowing and a horse step over continue this bridleway / NCN route. Sadly the noticeboard is damaged and the fence warns of anti-climb paint.

On the right there's a bicycle access and a step-over for horses onto this bridleway.

Long slow incline here

Riding along the NCN 67 only a small gradient here.

Site of Birley East Colliery 1888-1943

This wide cycleway on NCN 67 across open land was once the site of Birley East Colliery 1888-1943.

Cycleway on top of former colliery area

Enjoying a short break for a picnic.

Overlooking some of the route we've cycled this morning.

Another restriction - necessary here to stop motor vehicles getting onto the bridge behind the camera. This is on the TPT see:

Nice and wide cycle bridge on NCN 67.

Riders crossing a bridge on the NCN cycle route

These narrowings are necessary, but to be honest a bit wearing, along this cycle route.

Access to the cycle route here could benefit from a dropped kerb here.

Traffic calming on the NCN67 route.

NCN on road section - there is some traffic calming along here.

Necessary restriction on NCN routes to permit cycles, but prohibit motorised vehicles.


Out of the country cycleway and back onto the road - an cars routinely parked across the pavement.

The signs here are a bit faded and unclear.

Channels to help get your bike up and down the steps

Lots of folk out today enjoying this cycleway

Wonderful woodland cycleway

Lovely section of the NCN67 through overhanging trees here.

Good hard wide surface here

Joining the Trans Pennine Trail (TPT). Left for Beighton (where we went) and right to Rother Valley country park.

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