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All photos in & around Bordon

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160935Photo #160935Needs a cycle path, it is horrendous in the morning and afternoon, with the rear of HTC and Horndean Schools traffic, cycles and pedestrians.Cycleway:
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cycleways
155349Photo #155349Stream flooding road between Binsted Road and Mill Court LaneObstruction:
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obstructions
155347Photo #155347Stream flooding road between Binsted Road and Mill Court LaneObstruction:
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obstructions
153765Photo #153765Stop cars travelling down high streetTemporary closure:
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closure
149809Photo #149809Footpath signs have been removed please can they be re-instatedTrack:
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149808Photo #149808Footpath signs have been removed please can they be re-instatedTrack:
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149807Photo #149807This is supposed to be a footpath but the landowner has taken the footpath sighs down & has signs up saying private road. Can the council please re-instate the footpath signs & let the landowner know this is a public footpath pleaseTrack:
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149588Photo #149588There are narrow,main roads that are very busy. It is unsafe & scary to try & cycle this area, any cycleways would help make this area more accessible.Cycleway:
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147230Photo #147230This part of the cycle/walkway has no barrier between the A3 and pedestrians.Cycleway:
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147229Photo #147229The pavement is being taken over by the hedges along this part of the road. It has been cleared back previously but looks like it could be cut back further to make it easier to walk down.Track:
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147226Photo #147226The walkway across the A3 for pedestrians & cyclists is extremely dangerous as the road is so fast. Could a tunnel be put in under the road to make access to Windmill Hill & the footpaths on that side of the South Downs easier please before someone gets seriously injured.Track:
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145932Photo #145932Pavement is too narrow to allow social distancing and road is too a dangerous rat run to safely step briefly into it.
Changing the usage to a cycleway and access only allocation would improve 2 areas in one go.
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145931Photo #145931Light phasing is in favour of road users not pedestrians making crossing irrelevant. Rephase to ensure lights respond to button press within 2 seconds.Track:
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145929Photo #145929Complicated and badly thought out crossing for cyclists wanting to avoid the one way system. Contra flow route to N end of College Street needed.Cycleway:
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145928Photo #145928Pavement damaged by regular blocking by parked cars. Bollards need to be extended the full length of Lavant Street - Quick and easy solution to hazardous pavement.Track:
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144700Photo #144700Currently the bike lane just ends at the bottom of a steep, blind hill when heading north. Forcing you to take a risk to rejoin the carridgeway. Extending the cycle lane or making a proper crossing would be really useful.Cycleway:
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144699Photo #144699Currently people use Castle Road as rat run at great speed. Due to on street parking they vary rarely wait and try and squeeze through. I'd like to see it blocked off at the Main road end. People can still get to the village using Redhill road, whilst making this road safe for families and walkers / cyclists.Temporary closure:
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143701Photo #143701Currently parents are having to drive to school as there is no safe way to cycle with young children. Throughout a lot of the village pavements are one-sided meaning you have to step in to the road to avoid people and you can't cycle alongside your child in both directions...
Additional pavements and a cycle route throughout the village would benefit all...
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142867Photo #142867Narrow pavement made worse for social distancing by trapping pedestrians on it by bollards along gutterTrack:
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140343Photo #140343Dual carriageway although it can easily be brought down to one lane each way. enough room for a wonderful cycle lane and walking pavement .Cycleway:
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cycleways
140190Photo #140190Better and safer option for cyclists needed here as a busy roundaboutCycleway:
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140189Photo #140189Make it safer for cyclists to cycle along Ramshill and to navigate the junction at Tor WayCycleway:
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cycleways
140188Photo #140188A cycle path to allow cyclists to go against the 1-way traffic system and then link up with the existing cycle path further down College StCycleway:
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140187Photo #140187A cycle path for families trying to get to the infants school by bikeCycleway:
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cycleways
138281Photo #138281Much of the A31 is dual carriageway with no provision for cyclists. Space could be found for a cyclepath without affecting the dual carriagewayCycleway:
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138166Photo #138166Badly designed blind corner on cycleway. Realign with space taken from roadway. Would have added benefit of improving driver safety by imposing correct, safe, line through left hand bend.Cycleway:
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136924Photo #136924Traffic is bounding along at 70mph with no safety barriers between pedestrians and cyclest, path needs to be slightly wider to accomodate both easily.Track:
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136640Photo #136640A lot of pedestrians cross here - a very dangerous crossroadsTrack:
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136290Photo #136290The cobbled strips across the road in this area may look pretty but are very rough to cycle across and are very slippery when wet.Cycleway:
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136286Photo #136286This is an extremely dangerous roundabout that needs cycle priority lanes and traffic calming to 20mph. Cars speeding from the old brewery do not see cyclists approaching or on the roundaboutCycleway:
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136182Photo #136182Badly designed blind corner on cycleway. Realign with space taken from roadway. Would have added benefit of improving driver safety by imposing correct, safe, line through left hand bend.Cycleway:
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135596Photo #135596Single lane in both directions. Cycleway needed to travel to and from Horndean to Rowlands Castle. Speed limited should be reduced to 30 MPH anyway.Cycleway:
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135314Photo #135314Badly designed blind corner on cycleway. Realign with space taken from roadway. Would have added benefit of improving driver safety by imposing correct, safe, line through left hand bend.Cycleway:
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135301Photo #135301Congested with little free parking. Cars blocking pavement at Townhouse. Close to private motor vehicles during working hours at least _ Insufficient onstreet parking support shopping argument - replace with more cycle parking along length of roadTemporary closure:
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135279Photo #135279Irrelevant and wasteful section of cycleway. Remove.Cycleway:
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135270Photo #135270Persistent parking on cycleway and path forcing cyclists into road. Needs bollards on pavement and enforcement.Cycleway:
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135255Photo #135255Frequent parking in permanent cycleway. Needs raised separation from rest of road.Cycleway:
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135252Photo #135252Repeated blocking of the pavement on the North side of Park Road - Bollards needed at pavement ends and corners of drivewaysTrack:
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134135Photo #134135A cycle path is needed on the B3002 from Headley Down to Grayshott. The two locations are within easy cycling distance but the road is quite busy and narrow especially around the Applegarth area.Cycleway:
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126893Photo #126893The unsurfaced area around the underpass under the A3 and between it and the cycle route through Bramshott is the only section of the cycle route between Petersfield, Liphook and Hindhead which is not suitable for road bikes. Can it please be surfaced? This would give road bike riders a complete route to Hindhead and beyond.Cycleway:
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126891Photo #126891The unsurfaced area around the underpass under the A3 and between it and the cycle path through Bramshott is the only section of the cycle route between Petersfield, Liphook and Hindhead which is not suitable for road bikes. Can it please be surfaced? This would give road bike riders a complete route to Hindhead and beyond.Cycleway:
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124032Photo #124032Close Brockham Hill Lane to through motor vehicles - narrow, poor sight lines, other routes are available, popular with pedestrians and cyclistsTemporary closure:
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122731Photo #122731Between Tarn Rise and White Dirt Lane left hand side trees have overgrown in places tumbling into the road making it impossible to walk on this side without stepping into the road itself which is quite dangerous as some of the places have restricted views of oncoming trafficTrack:
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122488Photo #122488The constant car parking on the road opposite cedar crescent is right over the painted cycles, and causes a hazard when combined with uphill section and left hand bend. Ban parking here please.Cycleway:
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121958Photo #121958The cyclepath stops at the traffic lights and does not allow children to cycle to the schools on Merchiston RoadCycleway:
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121792Photo #121792Key route from Clanfield to horndean for shops, and further afield to Waterlooville for people cycling, yet no provision. It needs some.Cycleway:
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121789Photo #121789Car parking in south/west lane regularly means people cycling north are being aggressively driven at by some who think that might = right. Please can the parking be removed to make this more comfortableCycleway:
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121787Photo #121787Narrow footway, unable to socially distance. Please can we get something done here?Track:
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119856Photo #119856Would be great if people could walk/cycle all the way down this right of way but it is very narrow in parts making social distancing impossible. Could be a great route for people to access Morrisons and avoid main roadsTrack:
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118715Photo #118715Narrow cycle lane is really bad design - can we get something much better please to enable kids to cycle to school and QECP and back?Cycleway:
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118690Photo #118690Very narrow footpath, heavily used by people exercising, and due to speed of vehicles feels very unsafe stepping into the road.Track:
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118687Photo #118687This is a potential key commuter route from Horndean/North Waterlooville area to havant, but really, really scary as fast and no cycle track or footpath. Please can we get one?Cycleway:
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118542Photo #118542Really narrow, dangerous cycle lane on uphill section encourages close passes, and isn't fit for purpose. Please can we get it widened somehow?Cycleway:
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118541Photo #118541Really narrow footpath next to really busy road, and really narrow cycle path. Needs improvement.Track:
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118244Photo #118244Awful cycle route design that pushes cyclists into lane at uphill section with heavy motor vehicle use, resulting in some very scary incidents. Please can we the cycle lane extended?Cycleway:
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118243Photo #118243Busy road with no cycling provision, and due to width of road when travelling south can cause lead to some really hairy moments. I just want to cycle to Waterlooville. Please can we get some cycle lanes here?Cycleway:
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118176Photo #118176Needs modal filter to prevent rat runningTemporary closure:
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closure
116984Photo #116984Widen Footpath - very narrow, unable to socially distanceTrack:
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104681Photo #104681@cyclestreets
@livingstreets

Only #cycle parking at Chawton Park Surgery, #Alton likely to leave your bicycle needing treatment 'after' a visit.

No wonder most patients travel by car and NHS overwhelmed by dealing with sedentary-lifestyle diseases.

#MustDoBetter t.co/1UaWZwT3rU
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104575Photo #104575@cyclestreets
@livingstreets
#pavementparking on National Cycle Network route 224, Chawton Park Road, Alton, Hampshire: time 09:43, Monday 14th January.

Wonder if incidents like this account for woefully low levels of #cycling in #Alton? t.co/icqxfQALEl
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103959Photo #103959Liss Riverside Railway walk follows the track bed of the old military railway; here, crossing the river Rother.Other:
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95458Photo #95458This eastbound cyclist on the South Downs way is on a ride to Chichester but takes a short breather here, having just ascended from Petersfield along ncr 22. From this vantage point there's a splendid view over the valley towards the Surrey Hills.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shipwrights_Way
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Downs_Way
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Downs
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94386Photo #94386Wheel Benders - the only cycle parking at the Taro Centre.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
94384Photo #94384Narrow Advisory Cycle Lane leading to a Dangerous Pinch PointTrack:
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94383Photo #94383On Road Advisory Cycle Lane showing how inadequate it is, despite this being the main junction nearest the Horndean Technology College.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
81484Photo #81484Another of those lunatic locations where cyclists are expected to switch to right-hand riding to proceed in a straight line.Cycleway:
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74471Photo #74471sign in Home Farm

Location: , Burkham (England, United Kingdom)
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65814Photo #65814Lasham Millennium Map

Location: , Lasham (England, United Kingdom)
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62367Photo #62367This was installed over ten years ago with money from developer's contributions. It has always been an inadequate cycle lane, but all I can say now is that I hope there are plans to resurface it. We've been having to cycle on this for far too long.Road environment:
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road
62366Photo #62366This is a short piece of cycle path along the side of Basingstoke Road which was installed about ten years ago with developer's money when they built at Will Hall Farm. It is of good width and surface but only a few yards long, and connects nothing to nowhere. I doubt if any cyclist has ever bothered with it. There is a helpful "Cyclists Dismount" sign at one end and another halfway along it.Other:
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62365Photo #62365This is a stretch of off-road cycle path along one side of the busy A339 between the junctions with Whitedown Lane and Medstead Road. There is no provision on the other side of the road. It was installed about ten years ago and has never been maintained since. As can be seen from the photo, nature is reclaiming it! It is difficult to access at both ends, as one end finishes on the inside of a blind bend, and the other just becomes a narrow pavement, with a small dropped kerb to allow you on/off it, again on the inside of a bend. Most cyclists ignore it.Other:
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62364Photo #62364This is where cyclists are expected to leave the road and continue on an off-road stretch of cycle path which is still under construction (Nov 2014). As can be seen from the photo, the proposed cycle path is just the existing pavement and is not wide enough to accommodate cyclists and pedestrians. It will be a difficult manoeuvre to get on to the cycle path as indicated by the arrow, and it doesn't even line up with the dropped kerb. The moment you get on to the cycle path you have to negotiate a couple of junctions, not busy ones, but you would have to slow down and look before proceeding. The path is a few hundred metres long at best, so hardly worthwhile. Most cyclists will probably ignore it but will then have to risk being squeezed just ahead by the newly-installed traffic island. The cycle path is only on one side of the road.Other:
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60303Photo #60303Shipwrights Way crossing the railway line at Bentley Station

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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60302Photo #60302Shipwrights Way crossing the railway line at Bentley Station, from the platform

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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60301Photo #60301gate where Shipwrights Way leaves Bentley Station for the car park

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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road
60300Photo #60300Bentley Station from Alice Holt Forest, showing where Shipwrights Way crosses the railway line

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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road
60299Photo #60299gate to Shipwrights Way from Bentley Station

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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60298Photo #60298"To Alice Holt" sign on the Shipwrights Way at Bentley Station

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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60297Photo #6029730 mph speed limit signs on the approach to Upper Wield

Location: , Upper Wield (England, United Kingdom)
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60296Photo #6029630 mph speed limit sign in Upper Wield

Location: , Upper Wield (England, United Kingdom)
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signs
60293Photo #6029350 mph speed limit signs for A339 at the junction with Spain Lane

Location: , Burkham (England, United Kingdom)
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60292Photo #60292National Speed Limit signs on Spain Lane, near Burkham

Location: , Burkham (England, United Kingdom)
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60290Photo #6029030 mph speed limit signs on Station Road approaching Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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60289Photo #60289National Speed Limit signs on Station Road outside Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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60288Photo #60288entrance gate to St Mary's church yard, Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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general
60287Photo #60287path between Church Street and Village Road, Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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59074Photo #59074Permissive bridleway runs south, parallel to the road, between the Drove and Hussey's Lane

Location: , Well (England, United Kingdom)
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59073Photo #59073Public Bridleway (the Drove) and Permissive Bridleway sign near Hussey's Lane, between Well and Bentley

Location: , Well (England, United Kingdom)
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59071Photo #59071Cafe on the Green / Cafe on the Go at Alice Holt Forest

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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59070Photo #59070Visitors Centre at Alice Holt Forest - toilets on the left

Location: , Blacknest (England, United Kingdom)
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58233Photo #58233Horrible pinchpoints along a short section of the A339 make this bad road even worse for cycling. The width of the pinch point is perfect for drivers to attempt to pass unless you 'take the lane' which is something that is unacceptable to ask most people to do.Other:
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53498Photo #53498FILE0031 (2)

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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road
53497Photo #53497looking northwest along Church Street, Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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53496Photo #53496Church Street, Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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53495Photo #53495Church Street in Bentworth

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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road
53494Photo #53494St. Mary's Church gate

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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53486Photo #53486Southeast Spain Lane towards Alton Road

Location: , Burkham (England, United Kingdom)
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Infrastructure
road
53483Photo #53483National Speed Limit sign leaving Bentworth towards Medstead

Location: , Bentworth (England, United Kingdom)
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53481Photo #5348130 mph speed limit on Trinity Hill, Medstead

Location: , Medstead (England, United Kingdom)
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signs
53472Photo #53472Gate (Home Farm)

Location: , Burkham (England, United Kingdom)
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obstructions

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