Trans-Pennine Trail :: Shared Description

The Trans Pennine Trail is a long-distance path running from coast to coast across Northern England entirely on surfaced paths and using only gentle gradients (it runs largely along disused railway lines and canal towpaths). It forms part of European walking route E8 and is part of the National Cycle Network.
The surface and gradients make it a relatively easy trail, suitable for cyclists, pushchairs and wheelchair users. Some parts are also open to horse riding.
The trail Starts at Southport and ends at Hornsea a distance of 207 miles.
by N Chadwick
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TA1030 : National Cycle Network Route 65 by N Chadwick
SE6221 : Field Lane, Gowdall by Alan Murray-Rust
TA0927 : Warehouses at the Albert Dock, Kingston upon Hull by Mat Fascione
SE3430 : M1 motorway crossing the Aire and Calder Navigation by Mat Fascione
TA1030 : Hornsea Rail Trail by N Chadwick
TA0726 : Jacks Bar and Restaurant at St Andrews Quay by Mat Fascione
SE3331 : Skelton Grange Bridge No 6 by Mat Fascione
TA0425 : Trans Pennine Trail along the Humber shoreline by Mat Fascione
SJ8491 : William Street by Bob Harvey
SE1602 : Trans Pennine Trail by Peter McDermott
TA0025 : Trans-Pennine Trail by the Humber by N Chadwick
SE6027 : Former airfield road, Burn by Alan Murray-Rust
TA0626 : St Andrews Quay Retail Park by Mat Fascione
SE6027 : Former perimeter road, Burn Airfield by Alan Murray-Rust
TA0426 : Brick hut along the Trans Pennine Trail by Mat Fascione
TA0426 : Seat along the Trans Pennine Trail by Mat Fascione
SE6027 : Trans Pennine Trail signpost, Burn Airfield by Alan Murray-Rust
SE6421 : Green at the top of Spa Well Lane, West Cowick by Alan Murray-Rust
SE3523 : Trans-Pennine Trail at Stanley Ferry by Stephen Craven
SE6024 : The edge of Temple Hirst by Alan Murray-Rust
SE3204 : Disused Railway Bridge over the M1 near to Dodworth by David Dixon
SE6028 : Trans Pennine Trail and National Cycle Route 62, Burn Airfield by Alan Murray-Rust
SJ8491 : Sign  by Bob Harvey
TA0927 : Footbridge on the Trans Pennine Trail by Mat Fascione
TA0025 : Trans-Pennine Trail by the Humber by N Chadwick

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Created: Fri, 26 Jun 2015, Updated: Fri, 26 Jun 2015

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