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Bent signpost possibly caused by a passing high sided vehicle such as a van being driven without sufficient attention.

Racks and Bins taken from the balcony at the back of the former Cambridge Festival Theatre.,_Barnwell,_Cambridge

Bins standing to attention on St. Philip's Road, and obstructing the footway, the other half of which is allocated to motor vehicle storage.

Cycle parking at Ronald Rolph Court, an area of small businesses.

Bins in the bike racks.

St. Philip's Road Outside house 64c Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.55m Pavement 3.00m Westbound Carriageway 2.80m Eastbound Carriageway 1.75m Pavement 9.10m Total 5.80m Total carriageway 1.5m Cy ... [more]

Bikes and bins compete for space on the footway.

The pedestrian environment in Charles Street is grim.

The ugly chaos that flows from the lack of proper homes for both bins and bikes.

Bikes attached to various street posts camouflaged by the recycling bins.

The curses of the wheelie bin blocking the footway and cars being stored on grass verges. Many years later bollards were introduced to stop verges being used for storing vehicles, see #49036.

Christ’s Pieces cycle parking against railings

Photo #4

#4, nearby

'2 wheels good, 4 wheels bad' spotted on a bin.

Photo #2

#2, nearby

Two wheels good?

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