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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

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

Convertible space (marked as wheelchair space on the outside) on a Class 700 Thameslink train - there's not quite enough space for a normal bike and a human being, you have to sit with your legs out to the left.

The official vision of cycle space on the new Thameslink Class 700 trains (see #100135).

If there's a pram/buggie by the fold-up seats on the new Thameslink Class 700 trains that's it, there's no dedicated cycle space. Just use the doorways as normal in this area.

A full-length (12-carriage) Thameslink Class 700 train, and this was the only cycle marker I could see, Inside the space is pretty useless - most cyclists will just use the nearest door space as usual in this area.

Wheelchair space on the newish Class 387 trains - not quite long enough for a standard bike, but useable.

Same as #67192 but wrapped in a zipped cover - not a full bag but should be enough to satisfy bus drivers (not necessary on a train as here).

A folded Brompton bike on the 9:21 Cambridge to King's Cross service. See #67193.

Well-used cycle space on a Greater Anglia Class 170 train - though I'm not sure what the prongs just below saddle height are for.

"Premier Cycle Racks" for hire at Cambridge Station for £5 per week. You don't get a roof and you have to go to lost property first to pay. Extremely inconvenient and underused.

Remarkable amount of convertible space around the disabled toilet in the new Class 379 trains between London Liverpool St, Stansted Airport and Cambridge.

Cambridge Station - much busier than Audley End and lots and lots of wheeled luggage - and people and bikes.

Paid-for cycle parking at Cambridge Station, see #35843. (However, it would be better to remove these and make more space for standard Sheffield Stands.)

Coldham's Common - one of the tightest curves on the national rail network, and cycle route pass through the cattle grids and underneath.

A train passes under Hills Road bridge.

The railway from Hills Road bridge.

The railway from Hills Road bridge.

The railway from Hills Road bridge.

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