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Gallery: Glossop and Longdendale

A collection of photos showing the good, bad and non-existent cycling provision in and around Glossop and Longdendale.

This gallery was created on Tuesday, 29th September 2009

This is priority cycle access is unmarked. Cars are usually parked close by, obscuring access.

There's an opportunity to provide a junction here enabling cycle access to Woolley Lane.

Totally pointless cycle path. Cyclists are routed onto the path and required to give way to pedestrians.

Further up from #19050, you can see how the cycle lane is designed to give way to pedestrians and requires cyclists to cross each section of road before rejoining the main highway.

Looking down Woolley Bridge Road towards the Rossington Park roundabout junction. Like #19050 (coming up the road), cyclists are routed onto the path and forced to cross the road using the paths before rejoining the main carriageway shortly ... [more]

Looking down Woolley Bridge Road towards Hollingworth, with the signed NCN routes 62 and 68 off to the left.

Looking up NCN route 62/68 from Woolley Bridge Lane (see pic #19054). The route is overgrown and obstructed, also unlit and confined, so not very safe.

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