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TL4363 : Cambridge Guided Busway, Histon
Looking south east.
TL4363 : Pedestrian crossing over the Cambridge Guided Busway, Histon
NZ5711 : The line to Middlesbrough
This single track line provides a vital link between Whitby and the rest of the world by rail, other lines north and south along the coast, as well as the link through to Malton via Pickering having all closed, although Pickering can be reached using the heritage North York Moors railway. The photo was taken from the point where footpath number 10.57/011 crosses the line between Great Ayton and Cliff Ridge Wood.
TL4363 : Bridleway towards Girton
View from National Cycle Route 51.
SS8689 : Warning notice at the NW end of Garth railway station
The bilingual (English/Welsh) red notice is on a padlocked gate at the NW end of the single platform at Garth station. http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5289142 The English text states that Passengers must not cross the line. Do not trespass on the railway. Penalty £1,000.
TL4263 : National Cycle Route 51, Histon
Heading south east towards Cambridge beside the Cambridge Guided Busway.
SM8507 : Sandy Haven
TL4263 : Road towards Histon
View over the former level crossing on the Great Eastern Railway between Cambridge and Huntingdon, now used by the Cambridge Guided Busway.
TL4263 : Site of former level crossing on the Great Eastern Railway between Cambridge and Huntingdon
Now used by the Cambridge Guided Busway
TF6119 : De Walsoken brass, King's Lynn Minster
Brass to Adam de Walsoken (died 1349) and his wife Margaret. He was a Burgess and Mayor of Lynn. The lower part of the brass shows a harvest and windmill. The brass is very worn as it was once located at the church entrance with many people walking on it. The Thornton Brass in Newcastle claims to be the largest brass in England, and this brass probably comes a close second, at 305cm by 175cm. It is larger than the Braunche Brass next to it in the minster.
TL4263 : Field west of Histon
View from National Cycle Route 51.
NC8630 : The A897 road running through the Strath of Kildonan
TL4264 : National Cycle Route 51
Heading south east towards Cambridge beside the Cambridge Guided Busway.
SS8689 : Garth railway station
One of two stations on the national railway network named Garth, this one is on the Maesteg Line between Ewenny Road station and Tondu station. Garth, station code GMG, is classified F2, the lowest category, which indicates a small unstaffed station with fewer than 100,000 passengers boarding or leaving a train per year.
TL4264 : Cambridge Guided Busway
Looking south east.