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Photo listing : destinations

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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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King's College Cambridge I've never before seen people sitting on the grass in front of this college. Society is breaking down!

Jug and Bottle this is a temporary window of the Free Press that sells beer from and where I got mine for the May 2020 #CamRideHome

Not far from Ludwig Wittgenstein's grave is that of Arthur Stanley Eddington, who devised the Eddington numbers - the number of protons in the observable universe, and the maximum number E such that a cyclist has cycled E miles on E days.

Artwork made from cycle frames.

In the Maypole pub after a Camcycle monthly meeting. It's looking like the last time we're in a pub like this for quite a while because of the Covid-19 coronavirus emergency.

Memorial to Li Wenliang outside King’s College, Cambridge His last words: There should be more than one voice.

Miniature art in Sussex Street, Cambridge. @dinky_doors

Park Street cycle park mural. The multi-storey car park is to replaced with an hotel, most of the cycle parking capacity will be retained. See also #33333.

Wittgenstein “not deceiving yourself is the hardest thing of all”

The café/pub at the Museum of Technology on Riverside, Cambridge is a great place to watch endless people on bikes passing by. Katrina counted 100 in five minutes and sixteen seconds.

Riverside Cambridge Museum of Technology

Workstand under the Raised Faculty building.

Cambridge’s cycle thru seasonal tree.

Rock Road library. There's a disabled parking space in front on the left, and the other parking space is controlled by the sign at the right which reads: P Mon-Fri 9 am - 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 2 pm 30 mins No return within 30 mi ... [more]

Football rules were established here in 1848.

The Alison Richard building. Same five years earlier #91977.

New pub, Old Ticket Office, at the station ‘square’ at Cambridge Station

Cambridge Rules 1848 Sculpture. Parker's Piece The rules of football were first written down in Cambridge in 1848. This new sculpture was unveiled in May 2018 to commemorate the event. It is inscribed with the rules in many different ... [more]

At Guildhall with #ReachRide returners.

If you're voting today provides a link to cycling routes from your postcode to the polling station. #bikesatpollingstations #vote #locationelections2018 #VoteBike

The finish of Camcycle’s Space for Cycling rally.

Grafton Centre entrance under re-construction.

Howard Mallett Centre, Petersfield

Camcycle's new offices at the Bike Depot in North Chesterton

Ah I found the NO CYCLES sign which has moved from #83300. Also noticed by:

Ugly use of Parker's Piece during the winter

A panoramic shot would have been more informative but this does at least show that this year's North Pole ice rink has better fencing and is further away from the path. No bike parking yet.

CUSU (Cambridge University Students' Union)

Bicycle themed restaurants are not uncommon in Cambridge but I haven't previously seen bikes as part of the furniture.

The Old Bicycle Shop, named after the former Howes Cycles shop

University Arms site under construction

Recently opened cafe is welcoming for customers with bikes

CUP building, a familiar landmark from the train, being demolished

A full size bicycle hangs off the Salisbury Arms pub. I think this is a nice idea - but the implementation is very shabby as the back wheel of the bike is strapped to a bracket and the seat is chained to the wall. The front wheel has a h ... [more]


Exploring Cambridge by Bike. Cows in commons. Fields.

A sunny day beside the Green Dragon Bridge. A quick stop while cycling between meetings.

Customers bring their bikes in and hang them on the wall at the Espresso Library.

The entrance to Espresso Library on the left - a cycle themed cafe where I enjoyed a very nice avocado egg on toast and flat white. In the distance on the right behind the tree are some cycle racks. Interesting question: are those sto ... [more]

Powering the electric cinema was one of the most enduringly popular events at the e-luminate festival.

The Guildhall, Cambridge lit up as part of the e-luminate festival.

Striking lighting effects on the Old Schools facade, and the Senate building at Cambridge.

King's College Chapel illuminated during the e-luminate festival.

Beautifully lit - shame about the motor vehicles spoiling the view - a cyclist passs the Fitzwilliam Museum during the e-luminate festival in Cambridge.

Inside the e-luminate tent on Parker's Piece: on this board of LEDs (light emitting diodes) participants can paint - which turns on the lights.

The yellow area is apparently to stand in while smoking - what an indignity! The artwork behind is known as the bollock. Note bikes parked randomly too.

Proposed new development on St Matthew's Piece. Cycle parking would be underground.

Proposed new development on St Matthew's Piece, shown here from the direction of Sturton Street. The building is on the other side of the Howard Mallett Centre which is currently being renovated so that Bodywork dance studio can move in. Cy ... [more]

Sports centre, West Cambridge

West Cambridge

West Cambridge

Gathering for the Cambridge Cycling Campaign social at CB2 café on Norfolk Street.

Department of Geography

CB2 Internet café

Fort St George pub


Interesting directional signage to the Hopbine.

Tour de France and #lovingcambridge / Cambridgebid art.

You can't cycle up here! Martin, developer of CycleStreets, depicted on the roof of King's College Chapel.

From Nuffield Close (near the Ridgeon's exit) to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) the busway extension should be better be a road link for the trading estate to the A10. Add your name to the online petition http:/ ... [more]

View from Discovery Way over the Nuffield Road Allotments and towards the future car park for the Science Park Station. View over Bramblefields towards Chesterton Sidings #57182

View from Discovery Way over the Nuffield Road Allotments and Bramblesfield towards Chesterton Sidings. View over busway extension towards Cambridge Business Park in #57184

Over-running engineering works at Broxbourne cause these delays in Cambridge. The rail staff handled this really well - but breathed a huge sigh of relief when at last train services began at 11:28pm (ish).

Some new gym equipment and artificial turf on Ditton Fields recreation ground.

Cambridge United Football Ground

Indulging two passions at once, (well I suppose the C5 doesn't really count as cycling), but the museum was fab and not far from our house.

The count of cyclists arriving at Reach Fair by bicycle on 6th May 2013

Riders at the end of the return ride from Reach Fair 6th May 2013

Riders at the end of the Reach Fair return trip 6th May 2013

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's election hustings on 26 April 2013 From left to right: David Kendrick - UKIP Ian Tyes - King's Hedges Independent candidate Lewis Herbert - Labour Party Simon Se ... [more]

First Cambridge Cycling Infrastructure Safari stopping on Carter Bridge to explain the Chisholm Trail. See also #48241.

Martin giving a presentation about CycleStreets in Cambridge.

Fantastic snowperson!

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Seasonal Social at The Punter on 10 December 2012. Celebrating a year of hard work. See also picture #46706 .

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Seasonal Social at The Punter on 10 December 2012. Celebrating a year of hard work. See also picture #46704 .

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Seasonal Social at The Punter on 10 December 2012. See also #46707

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Seasonal Social at The Punter on 10 December 2012. See also picture #46702 .

The Chisholm Trail and increased permeability towards the Science Park Station and the Business Park could make this Penny Ferry and Pike&Eel a much better location for a pub and or restaurant. Protest attended by people from Old Chesterton ... [more]

The sign refers to the bikes, outside this art café, see also #38232.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

The mayor leads the Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Private fishing lake south of Newmarket Road with view towards Leper Chapel and west of the CU stadium.

An afternoon over Stourbridge Common. Picture taken from the Ramblers Bridge over the railway line here #37490

Handing out these #ReachRide leaflets feels like being on #theapprentice

Star radio.

Jedward Street

CB1 land under construction, viewed from the Brookgate offices

Microsoft CB1 building under construction, viewed from the Brookgate offices

Mickey Flynns American Pool, Mill Road, Cambridge

Forever Active riders at this tea-stop - a Costa Coffee outlet on the West Cambridge site. Pretty good views into the distance from here.

Ludwig Wittgenstein's grave. Marker pens left in a pot, and some coins in a spiral pattern. We were told that sometimes small ladders are left there. This photo was taken during a bike ... [more]

Apple pressing day on Gilbert Road. Local people are invited to bring their apples and pears for pressing bottling and freezing. I had a report that "over 50 people came, who passed some 100 l of juice from about the 900 lbs of apples". ... [more]

Cambridge Swift Tower viewed from Riverside Bridge by riders on a Forever Active Cycle for Health. ... [more]

Bell School site

Magdalene Bridge sees punts, cyclists, taxis and busses.

CB1 area under construction

Cyclists by the most famous view in Cambridge. This photo has been used to promote 'Cycling for Health' - part of the initiative.

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