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Breaking the ice on Ditton Meadows.

No grit at this junction near Cambridge railway station.

A better video is at #47385 Cambridgeshire County Council's quad bike gritter in action on Midsummer Common on Saturday the 26th of January 2013. De-icing fluid was being emitted. After whizzing around the common's path the quad we ... [more]

This gives you an idea how close the rides are to the path.

Shows the distance between the rides and bike racks. If it got crowded, it would be difficult to move bikes and people about, imo.

Two, possibly three fairground rides (you can argue about the bungee one) when there should only be one with Cambridge on Ice. NB: I've been asked to make clear that this issue was subsequently resolved and two rides removed.

Lots of ice at a tricky spot at midday - no sign of it shifting by 1.20.

steady as she goes... arctic conditions on Riverside

Very icy. Riverside.

Ski ramp

Riverside in the ice and snow

On piste

Church Street - one of the main cycle routes into the city. That is an inch of compacted sheet ice, not a road surface. Very dangerous.

The Cresta run... or the cycle path from the back of tesco down to Riverside, as it is sometimes known. Not only do users have the bollard slalom to cope with today, but we have sheet ice to launch you into the roadway. At least the car ... [more]

The cattle grid and gate under Victoria Avenue bridge. The paths across the commons are sheets of ice.

It is time for CambridgeonIce. The change over last year is that the market will be "behind" the ice rink (north westerly), towards the town centre. So the stalls will no longer be along the path less people should be "milling all over the ... [more]

CambridgeOnIce's German Market occupies a key walking and cycling route without any preparations to guide cyclist and pedestrians around it. See also #15475, #15476 and #15478.

In the absence of Sheffield or "zigzag Sheffield" ( #11381 ) stands, the wheel-benders at Cambridge on Ice are well used ( #15321 ).

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