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Photo listing : destinations (good practice)

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

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

Cycle themed bar at The Orator, at the Cambridge Union.

Designated Picnic Area in the service road behind Mill Road's 'Broadway'.

A bus during the Chisholm Trail diversion.

Cambridge market open again after a two week hiatus.

A new business has opened up during the period of the bridge closure to through-traffic and during the pandemic on Mill Road - Harvest.

Artwork made from cycle frames.

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.

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.

Workstand under the Raised Faculty building.

Football rules were established here in 1848.

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

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

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

Recently opened cafe is welcoming for customers with bikes https://www.facebook.com/stircambridge/

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

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

Fantastic snowperson!

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 picture #46702 .

Cambridge Swift Tower viewed from Riverside Bridge by riders on a Forever Active Cycle for Health. http://actionforswifts.blogspot.com/2011/03/cambridge-city-council-swift-tower.html http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Home/High-rise-city ... [more]

Cyclists by the most famous view in Cambridge. This photo has been used to promote 'Cycling for Health' - part of the http://www.forever-active.org.uk/ initiative.

Park Street Cycle Park mural - drawn in 2002 for the opening of this cycle park in the basement of a car park.

City Cllr Tim Ward, County Cllr Mr David Jenkins (Gilbert Road is an important link for cyclists in Histon & Impington), Cambridge MP Dr Julian Huppert, who takes a keen interest in cyclists' security and issues in his constituency. Befor ... [more]

School run at Mayfield Primary School at about 8:46 am. Picture taken near the Warwick Road - Windsor Road passage.

The new market stall of Mouth Music, our caterers for the CCN/CTC Spring Conference 2008, being held in Cambridge.

Reality Checkpoint http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reality_Checkpoint

The entrance to Park Street Cycle Park.

A traditional grocer's shop. It had a bullet hole in the window dating back to WWII.

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