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Photo listing : cycleways (good practice)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

Woolson New Cut greenway

Fair play to whoever in Warrington decided to build these underpasses when the dual carriageways were constructed - they're superb.


toucan crossing

Wide, smooth, lit cycleway

Whittle Brook Greeenway - lit, 3m wide, smooth tarmac

Whittle Brook Greenway - 3m wide, lit, smooth tarmac

Wide, smooth, lit cycleway. A shame about the poor links to the residential streets.

Bridges across Sankey Brook and St Helens Canal.

Twigeries greenway. Wide smooth tarmac, verges trimmed, but unlit.

Wide smooth tarmac cycleway through railway bridge under the M6

Wide smooth cycle bridge across the railway

Woolston Park greenway, 3m wide, smooth, lit cycle path

Woolston Park Greenway - Lit, 3m wide, smooth tarmac surface.

Black Bear Park greenway. 3m wide smooth tarmac surface with street lights. Suitable for light traffic but too cramped at busy times. A shame about the frequent barriers ( #83665 , #83695 , #83692 , #83681 , #83678 , #84821 ) obstructing th ... [more]

Warrington Waters. Wide well surfaced cycle route constructed on the Mersey Flood Defences. Suspension bridge to Victoria Park #84862 in the background.

Greenway constructed as part of the Mersey flood defence. Resonably wide, well surfaced and a gentle ramp up to the level of the flood deffence barrier. Motor vehicle access prevented by bollards with reflective strips.

Warrington Waters Greenway at Paddington Bank. Motor vehicle access is stoped by bollards with reflective strips, rather than an awkward barrier.

A 500m long stretch of the Trans Pennine Trail with a decent tarmac surface - could do with cleaning as mud tends to accumulate in the cutting.

Solar powered LED and reflective edge of cycleway stud. It is used here to mark the way across a level crossing, but could be used much more widely to mark the edges of unlit cycleways. UPDATE 2020: These have now been removed for some r ... [more]

One of the better pieces of cycle infrastructure in Warrington, an exemption to a road closure opposite the main station

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