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Photo shoot at the new Abbey-Chesterton bridge (on the Chisholm Trail) - mainly cargo bikes

Photo shoot at the new Abbey-Chesterton bridge (on the Chisholm Trail) - mainly cargo bikes.

Photo shoot at the new Abbey-Chesterton bridge (on the Chisholm Trail) - mainly cargo bikes, but these cheery lads did some wheelies for us.

Jim Chisholm showing friends the new bridge on 'his' trail. [The wooden railings are temporary, it seems - www.cambridgeindependent.co.uk/news/temporary-safety-rail-on-the-7m-abbey-chesterton-bridge-ch-9236442 ]

The Chisholm Trail leading south from the Abbey-Chesterton Bridge

Steps between the Chisholm Trail and NCN route 51 - it's a longer way round on a bike.

Jim Chisholm showing friends the new bridge on 'his' trail.

Barriers on the approach to the new Abbey-Chesterton Bridge - and mess to the left where people are avoiding them.

Barriers on the approach to the new Abbey-Chesterton Bridge - and mess to the left where people are avoiding them.

Missing link at the north end of the Abbey-Chesterton Bridge - yes, there would be issues with the railway crossing, but the present route to Cambridge North station involves a lot of looping around to the west.

Missing link at the north end of the Abbey-Chesterton Bridge - yes, there would be issues with the railway crossing, but the present route to Cambridge North station involves a lot of looping around to the west.

These triangular panels do not fit correctly and are each only held in place by two bolts, whereas there are holes for four. I asked a pair of men in hi-viz about this and one of them said his team had added the cable ties in the other h ... [more]

Abbey Chesterton bridge on the Chisholm Trail. Measured by Martin’s boots (26 December 2021): footway 2.3 meters, cycleway 2.7 metres.

The Chisholm Trail enabler.

The Abbey-Chesterton Bridge on Ditton Meadows.

The elegance of the Abbey Chesterton Bridge on the Chisholm Trail emerges from the engineering works.

The Abbey Chesterton Bridge in situ at last. There were lots of people walking around today on Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows - exercising in the mild November air and many of them had come to look at the bridge and the cranes.

The newly sited Abbey-Chesterton Bridge - alongside the railway bridge. The photo also shows the set of points, a.k.a.turnout, which southbound (towards the camera) trains use to switch tracks after leaving Cambridge North station.

Ramps in place for the Chesterton-Abbey bridge, which is waiting on the north side of the river to be lifted into position.

Abbey Chesterton bridge part one is here! Tweets From the leader of the City Council https://twitter.com/lewis_herbert/status/1257268258920636416?s=20 On the lorry and the cradle: https://twitter.com/GreaterCambs/status/125725571 ... [more]

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