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Photo listing : destinations (misc)

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

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.

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]

Howard Mallett Centre, Petersfield

CUSU (Cambridge University Students' Union)

Exploring Cambridge by Bike. Cows in commons. Fields.

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

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]

Department of Geography

CB2 Internet café

Fort St George pub

Restaurant

Interesting directional signage to the Hopbine.

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

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

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

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

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

Bell School site

Kingston Arms

King's College chapel

King's College backs

Plurabelle Books: Michael Young Centre: Evening view

The Emperor, Hills Road, Cambridge

Gilbert Road ride. Here a Councillers member of the PDG, an officer and a local resident (opponent).

The innovation centre in West Cambridge

View from the innovation centre in West Cambridge

Redgate Software building

Red Gate Software offices

Totally illegible blue plaque above shops in Cambridge - commemorating Eglantyne Jebb, co-founder of Save the Children in 1919.

beginSpace

Entrance to the Downing Site, University of Cambridge

Riverboat Georgina at her mooring

The remains of the Abbey, one of the oldest bits of Cambridge

Site of a proposed new Tesco store, the 15th Tesco-owned store in Cambridge. It will be important to ensure that deliveries are not made from East Road.

One-Stop store on Hills Road, owned by Tesco

Off to a game ? Kings Parade

A little sunshine makes the world a brighter place. Kings Parade with the Grasshopper Clock in the background.

Cambridge Market. Why drive into town when you can just wheel your bike up to the market stalls ?

Cambridge Market in the June sunshine

First group on the 2009 Reach Fair Ride.

Compare with http://www.weepingash.co.uk/photos/kite2/01kite2.html

New Tesco store under construction at the Leisure Park.

Milton Road Primary School entrance

Example of low budget billboard on a parked bicycle. This cheeky outdoor display from a major store chain probably twists a rule or two on outdoor display advertising.

140 Cherry Hinton Rd.

Cherry Hinton High Street.

Cherry Hinton High Street.

New building on the West Cambridge site: Centre for the Physics of Medicine.

Venue for Camcycle Conference 2008 More photos, see: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/map/galleries/49/

Riverside in the mist.

BMX track on Coldham's common.

Department of Geography.

St Matthew's Piece, almost the only area of green space in Petersfield.

New Atrium being built for the Grand Arcade.

Cambridge Corn Exchange

Great views over Cambridge. This field could provide the missing link between Cherry Hinton and Gog Magog / Roman Road / Wandlebury.

Art at the Fitzwilliam.

View (in early March) from shared use bridge towards Victoria Avenue bridge and along the river Cam. This area provides for leisurely cycling.

Located behind the offices of ARM in Cherry Hinton, this track over the "Missleton Hill" could be a great link between Cherry Hinton and Nature Reserve at Gog Magog and the old Roman Road behind Wandlebury. ¿Is it a permitted path?

Nun's way recreation ground

It doesn't look much from the outside, but the Daily Bread is probably Cambridge's best Wholefood Shop. www.dailybread.co.uk

"The Pulley" play park

Shire Hall - seat of the Highway Authority for Cambridgeshire

The Newall Buiding at Chesterton Community College, overlooks a large car park, outdated and tatty cycle parking is provided at the rear

Cambridge University Engineering Department

The Fitzwilliam Museum

The University Library

UL from Burrell's Walk

Cambridge Railway Station

This is the location of the start of the Friday Rides. Its on the Stourbridge Common side of Green Dragon Bridge, Cambridge. Zoom the map out to see the local area.

Kismet Tandoori menu dated August 2005 Tel: 415525 See also #8491.

Kismet Tandoori menu dated August 2005 Tel: 415525 See also #8490.

Leisurely riders starting from Reality Checkpoint.

100 Thoday Street - Location of Cycle Parking Subgroup Meetings

Black Cat Café: Worried about 'Bird Flu'?? Don't be . . . . Nancy's just made a fresh BLUEBERRY SYRUP cake :-)

Photo #3

#3, nearby

Trinity Punts - ok not much to do with cycling, but a nice picture and very Cambridge.

The Paddocks, Trinity College

Beautiful trees on the Backs. A great reason to visit the cycling capital.

Punting - one of the many reasons to visit this cycling capital!

Punting - another great reason to visit the cycling capital

From a model of the proposed Grand Arcade, showing the 'view' down St Tibb's row.

View of Central Cambridge from the tower of the University Library

Shameful parking, and right in front of the nick.

A memorial to the great war.

Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Cherry Hinton

Addenbrooke's or, as some call it: Addenbrookes

Pretty as a picture - another reason to visit Cambridge!

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