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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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

Rose Hill, Marple where the NCN5 crosses Stockport Road

Shared use footway providing a link to NCN55

Short section of shared use footway starts here in Marple, providing a link to NCN55.

Marple Road where there's a short section of narrow cycle lane and some shared use.

Narrow cycle lanes appear for a short section here on Marple Road

A newly designated cycle link between Green Lane and Gorsey Brow, with new barriers.

Access point to the Middlewood Way.

Macclesfield to Marple is an excellent leisure route shared with horse riders, dog walkers and cyclists.

Path (now on map, but not on StreetView yet) leading under railway to join Gorsey Bank Road

There is an underpass under the railway, connecting the path alongside Gorsey Bank Road with Swythamley Road. It is sometimes used as a hangout by unfriendly local scallies though.

Would you cycle through here at night ?

A curious crossing - just a thin bit of red tarmac and a few barriers. I don't think it has any special legal status.

Amsterdammertje bollards presumably used to eliminate opportunistic motor vehicle storage on this street off the A6 round the corner from a co-operative convenience store.

Looks like a fun BMX area on this side of the river Goyt.

A causeway through the river Goyt.

A road junction on NCN55.

Middlewood Way - steps up to the road.

Useful link over railway.

Pelican crossing, Romiley.

Manned level crossing at Norbury.

Locals tell me that this unmarked green area alongside Cale Green and Bramhall Lane in Stockport is a horse graveyard. All the horses that pulled the brewery carts had to be disposed of somewhere - but I am yet to find other references to i ... [more]

Stepping stones on a short walk along Happy Valley Park, near Bramhall.

The entrance to Torkington Park off the busy A6

Footpath crossing this farm access road has stiles on ether side. On the right it goes up to a railway crossing point.

The sign reads "Do not struggle down the stairs, a lift is available".

"Don't struggle down the stairs a lift is available" sign at Stockport railway station.

Looking across from platform 0 at Stockport railway station - two sheffield - style racks for bikes on a railway platform. The station has more cycle parking outside, including lockers.

NCN route signage. (NB the pole is actually straight; this photographic effect is due to the camera being moved while being taken.)

Elaborate pinchpoint to stop motorbikes. Probably a necessary evil.

Cycling along the available road on this estate totally dominated by cars.

The steps here make this a genuine pedestrian zone!

A solitary No Entry sign is not valid - there should be two.

No entry, and the cycle by-pass is blocked.

Barriers at the end of the cycle bridge.

Cycle route NCN 62 with cyclist dismount sign.

Viaduct and bridge over the Mersey, Stockport on the Trans Pennine trail

Birds keep an eye on the road and viaduct in Stockport.

Underbank pedestrian zone where cycling is permitted (but rare).

Entering the Underbank pedestrian zone in Stockport.

Crossing a side road of the Buxton Road A6 - three seperate staggered crossings.

One way with cycle bypass

Tunnel under the A6 Location: High Lane (England, United Kingdom)

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