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Photo listing : obstructions

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Stepped connection only between NCN route 6 and this (not very important) cycle bridge

Steps with cycle channel - and No Cycle Parking sign on the railings to the right. Why not put some Sheffield [sic] stands there?

Entrance to the wood at Coppice Rise had a 'kissing gate': to exclude bikes?

A traffic boom across NCN6, with a little gap at the side. Would rising bollards (or even a cheaper padlocked drop bollard) not be more appropriate, leaving more space for those on foot and bike?

This route has been closed because of the construction across the street.

New (2016) K barrier on Thoresby Road/Watersmeet Road cycle path. Squeeze plate approx 56cm wide. Note the desire path forming in the grass to the right, ideal for motorbikes who may wish to use this path illegally.

Cycle route through underpass in Sheffield with impossible chicanes on both ends.

Erk! These boulders are probably necessary to stop joyriding vehicles but in the dark they're a real threat to the unsuspecting rider.

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

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

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

Another restriction - necessary here to stop motor vehicles getting onto the bridge behind the camera. This is on the TPT see: http://www.transpenninetrail.org.uk/

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

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

Harrison, Sidney and Mason push their bikes up these 'Dutch Ramps'.

I think that's a channel on the left edge of these steps, to help wheel bikes, then again it might just be a drain.

Howard st blocked by rail. The view from here shows the valley through Sheffield which is divided by the railway. There is a current campaign to retain, and perhaps try to improve public access across to the other side. We're told that t ... [more]

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