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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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A Dinky Doors street art outside the now closed OpenAir shop on Green Street, Cambridge.

Cambridge’s Princess of Wales memorial garden on the XXVth anniversary.

Dissembling the planets on Midsummer Common. The outermost planets Pluto, Neptune and Uranus are being dis-assembled first. See #185786.

Venus See #185786.

The Moon as seen from the Earth is about the same size as the sun in the far distance. This checks that the scale of these objects is about right, as of course the moon just eclipses the sun. See #185867, and more science at: #185786.

An event to mark the end of the Our Place In Space art installation.

A samba band plays at the end of a family friendly bike ride from Midsummer Common to the Abbey Chesterton bridge.

Jupiter on the Our Place In Space art installation.

Checking the scale: from the Earth the moon should just occlude the sun in this model of the solar system, see: #185866.

Mars on the Our Place In Space art on Midsummer Common during a #CamRideHome.

Earth and The Moon on the Our Place in Space art installation.

Mercury on the Our Place In Space art installation.

August 2022 solar system scaled to fit Cambridge. See #185786.

Projected orbits of the Our Place In Space model of the solar system in Cambridge, August 2022. These orbits are based on the distance between the sun on Midsummer Common and Saturn by the Chisholm Trail bridge at #185175. That distan ... [more]

Temporary art lamenting lack of progress on climate change and advising vasectomies for lads at Mill Road cemetery.

Cambridge market open again with restrictions encouraging physical distance between shoppers.

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

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

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

Cambridge’s cycle thru seasonal tree.

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.

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.

University Arms site under construction

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

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.

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

Tour de France and #lovingcambridge / Cambridgebid art.

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).

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.

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

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

The mayor leads the Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

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

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]

Reach Fair Ride 2011.

Speeches at the Guildhall.

Cambridge City Councillor Ian Nimmo-Smith joined the Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Bike Ride to Reach Fair.

Mayor of Cambridge Sheila Stuart with a special chain on the Bike Ride to Reach Fair starting from Cambridge City Hall.

Portal into the world of Trinity College

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's seasonal social 2010. See also #27483

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

Dr James Woodburn being interviewed by ITV reporter Martin Stew about Gilbert Road.

ITV filming conversation with campaigners and Gilbert Road residents.

Cross party interest in Gilbert Road. Cllr Lister Wilson (front left) and Cllr David Jenkins (front Centre) and Cllr Douglas de Lacey.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

Cllr Lister Wilson (Bourn, Cambourne, Caxton; Political Management Arrangements) has a keen interest in transport matters and joint the fact finding ride with officers, residents and other road users.

Cllr Simon Sedgwick-Jell (member of the Growth & Infrastructure PDG), MP Julian Huppert. several councillors, officers, residents, parents etc joined the fact-finding ride on Gilbert Road.

Two campaigners who spoke to Cllrs at Cabinet about Gilbert Road: Dr. Henry Tribe (opponent) and Dr James Woodburn (supporter). Both joined the fact-finding ride.

MP Dr. Julian Huppert, local Councillors, and Cambridge Cycling Campaign members preparing for the ride on Gilbert Road.

Survivors of the Reach Fair ride 2010 on their return to the start point after riding to Ely and back.

Location of Cambridge Cycling Campaign's stall for the Mill Road Winter fair tomorrow.

"Come and get a free cyclists' breakfast" Sally and TIm ushering in riders to this bike week 2009 event.

Presentation by Down Right Kenya at Fitzwiliam College.

Cambridge University's Senate House covered in HTML code as part of the display for the launch of the Cambridge 800 celebrations. Perhaps they should have used the beta CycleStreets code instead?

Friday Riders exploring some old machinery.

Friday Riders on Conference Weekend taking lunch, courtesy of Plurabelle Books,

Cherry Hinton High Street - Tesco Express lorry deliveries.

CB2 café, home of the Campaign's socials - which take place every four months.

At the Sustrans conference "Driven to Extinction" - hosted at Churchill College.

Demolition work to build the Grand Arcade

Demolition work to build the Grand Arcade.

Alan Brigham leading a walking tour of Cambridge, here at Hobson's Conduit.

Near Wittgenstein's grave on a leisurely ride.

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