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Photo listing : tracks (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Newquay.
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Barriers on new link to Helston Business Park

Start of new link from Helston Business Park

Path with steps to the B3297, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through in the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Paved footpath through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Paved footpath through the Tremenheere estate, Helston, with other paths starting to left and right

Paved footpath through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Gate to Tremenheere Avenue and 'cycleway' right to Forth Gwedhen, Helston

End of the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

At least there's been some strimming on the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Link from the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Link from the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

The 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

The 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Start of the 'cycleway' (according to OpenCycleMap) through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Puddles on the link from the so-called cycleway through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

To the left, Trenethick Barton (listed Grade I, but no-one knows it's here), to the right the link to the so-called cycleway through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Start of link to Tremenheere Avenue, Helston

Start of link to the so-called cycleway through the Tremenheere estate, Helston

Cut-through to Seneschall Park, Helston

Footpath to Budock Water

Love Lane - a bridleway out of Fowey, a bit narrow and slippery in places.

Short bridleway up from Nanjizal beach

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath through a car park, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Coastal footpath, Marazion - cyclists have to use the road until it reaches NCN route 3

Not intended for cycling, but a short section of the Cornish coastal footpath has been improved by the National Trust for wheelchair use.

Access to a road a couple of hundred metres away - but you can't take a bike either way on the coastal footpath.

In theory I suppose that's a modal filter up there. You could get a bike to the coast here but can't take it either way on the coastal footpath.

Start of two bridleways from the access road to Kynance Cove

Stepping stones on bridleway

Bridleways crossing on Lizard Down

Bridleways crossing on Lizard Down

Flooded bridleway on Lizard Downs

Link to Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way forking left off the National Trust's access track to Kynance Cove

Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way forking right off the National Trust's access track to Kynance Cove

Bridleway closed by a gate - it only leads to footpaths anyway.

Excellent bridleway from Kynance Cove to the Lizard - part of Cycling UK's new West Kernow Way

A cut-through that's not on online mapping - probably an historic route to/from Mawgan church.

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's shown on online mapping as a dead-end (clear enough on an OS map though).

A cut-through that's not on online mapping - probably an historic route to/from Mawgan church.

The former A39 - fortunately a better cycle route to Truro is now available.

Pedestrian cut-through on the former A39 - there's no need to cycle this way.

Cyclist on the route north from Loe Bar

Link from the closed road past Penair School, Truro

Bridleway towards Carnon Downs

Bridleway (marked as BLOCKED on OpenCycleMap - no idea if that's still true)

North end of the bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

North end of the bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Start of bridleway west of Gweek

Start of bridleway west of Gweek

Start of bridleway from Mellangoose to Gweek

Go through the gate for the bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Go through the gate for the bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Gate at the end of the tricky stretch of bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Bridleway passing the NE corner of RNAS Culdrose - it would be great if there as a route all the way around to Helston.

Puddles on the bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Start of bridleway around the east side of RNAS Culdrose

Track from the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route towards Scorrier passing under an estate road.

Track from the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route towards Scorrier passing under an estate road.

Muddier patch of the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route.

Link from the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route towards Scorrier.

Footpath past the staggered junction at Dangerous Crossing (no, really, that's the name of the place - just a normal crossing of what was once the main road from Truro to Redruth). It would be good to improve this as a cycle bypass too.

Bridleway north of Gweek, Cornwall

Dead-end footpath on the former Newham railway branch, Truro

Paved footpath alongside the A39 Carnon Downs bypass

No Cycling on this footpath towards the route to Devoran

Bridleway ahead, footpath to the right by the A39

Bridleway south from Loe Bar

Fork left through Wheal Unity to return to the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route

Tracks through Wheal Unity

The Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail, towards Wheal Unity

The Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail, towards Wheal Unity

To the left, the Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

The Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail - to the right

The Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

The Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail turns left here

The Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Bridleway north of Gweek, Cornwall

Rough track that is supposedly a cycleway around Stithians dam

Junction of rough track that is supposedly a cycleway around Stithians dam

Rough track that is supposedly a cycleway around Stithians dam

Cycleway around Stithians dam, supposedly

Start of cycleway around Stithians dam, supposedly

Byway near Cusgarne

An alternative to the road to Cusgarne

Permissive route through the former United Mines

Start of permissive route through the former United Mines

Cycle route across the Wheal Maid dam and around the tailings pond

Start of byway from Perranwell to Devoran

Start of bridleway, Perranwell

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