Tissington Trail :: Shared Description

This is a 13 mile leisure track from Ashbourne in the south to Parsley Hay in the north, where it joins the High Peak Trail. It is in joint usage as a cycling trail, a bridleway and a walking route.
The Tissington Trail used to be part of the former railway between Ashbourne and Buxton.
The Pennine Bridleway has adopted part of the northern portion of the route.
by Chris Heaton
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8 images use this description:

SK1462 : Tissington Trail by Chris Heaton
SK1461 : Hartington Signal Box by Chris Heaton
SK1463 : The Northern End of the Tissington Trail by Chris Heaton
SK1462 : Cutting on the Tissington Trail by Chris Heaton
SK1461 : Restored Signal Box at the Disused Hartington Station by Chris Heaton
SK1463 : Cutting on the Tissington Trail South of Parsley Hay by Chris Heaton
SK1462 : Bridge over the Tissington Trail by Chris Heaton
SK1461 : Tissington Trail crossing the B5054 by Chris Heaton

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Created: Mon, 7 Oct 2019, Updated: Mon, 7 Oct 2019

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