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Steep steps with a channel for wheeling bikes on the bridge linking Ditton Meadows and Stourbridge Common.

Approach to the railway footbridge linking Ditton Meadows with Stourbridge Common.

Steep footbridge with wheeling channel for bikes.

Still closed more than a year after a bus crashed into here, see #90792

Steps link the first floor of the CyclePoint car park with Cambridge railway station forecourt. The mobile projects onto the ceiling see #74185.

Stepped access between the Kaleidoscope development and the busway cycleway.

Ramps presumably to help wheel bikes up / down these steps.

Steps from Cambridge Leisure park up to Hills Road bridge. Row of cycle racks in the background on the right.

View of the steps and obstruction-free ramp from Barnwell Road subway.

Steps down to the Barnwell Road subway.

Subway refreshingly free of annoying obstructions.

Ramp adjacent to steps to enable wheeling of bikes more easily

James shows the wheeling channel that makes a big difference to these steps, at the CB1 development, leading to the underground cycle parking. The central rail is essential for people with less strength. Cycle parking not at ground level re ... [more]

James shows the wheeling channel that makes a big difference to these steps, at the CB1 development, leading to the underground cycle parking. The central rail is essential for people with less strength. Cycle parking not at ground level re ... [more]

James shows the wheeling channel that makes a big difference to these steps, at the CB1 development, leading to the underground cycle parking. The central rail is essential for people with less strength. Cycle parking not at ground level re ... [more]

James shows the wheeling channel that makes a big difference to these steps, at the CB1 development, leading to the underground cycle parking. Cycle parking not at ground level remains non-ideal, though.

James shows the wheeling channel that makes a big difference to these steps, at the CB1 development, leading to the underground cycle parking. Cycle parking not at ground level remains non-ideal, though.

This photo shows the channel that has been added to the station footbridge (which is still under construction). Rather than a channel, it seems to be just an angle girder, and is directly underneath the handrail, as shown in #35031. It l ... [more]

This photo shows the footbridge at Cambridge Railway Station, which is still under construction. See also #35032.

No sign yet of the promised cycle wheeling channel on the new staircase at Cambridge Station CBG.

Stourbridge Common bridge over railway.

Approx measurements of first flight of 16 steps. Height of top of wall above stair tread = 1.65 m. Thanks to passing dog-walker for help with measurements! Difficult to be accurate at ground level due to foliage.

View from top of Stourbridge Common bridge.

Stourbridge Common: open tread flight of eight steps & the cycle gutter.

The 'smokers entrance' to the Shire Hall complex, with ramp for wheeled vehicles.

Simon adopting the stance a local councillor would take at discovering a broken rail.

Simon debating the merits of this bridge.

The steep steps over this historic footbridge.

Subway sign - and a silly set of ramped steps. Steps since removed - see #54268

Ramp - but stupidly it has steps!!!! How completely ridiculous is that? I think that this has been fixed by 2013 - must go back soon to check. I was right, see: #54268

Squalid road environment.

Ramps either side of steps down into a university cycle parking area, of Tennis Court Road, Cambridge.

Ramps either side of steps up from a university building cycle parking area, off Tennis Court Road, Cambridge.

Ramps either side of steps up from a university building cycle parking area, off Tennis Court Road, Cambridge.

Spiral staircase.

Access to Madingley Road Park and Cycle site.

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