Kenilworth Greenway :: Shared Description

The Kenilworth Greenway runs, for much of its length, along the route of the dismantled railway between Kenilworth and Berkswell. The former LNWR line was opened 1884, closed 1969.

National cycle route 52 follows the greenway from Kenilworth to Crackley where it becomes route 523 to Burton Green.
by E Gammie
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SP2775 : HS2 enabling works, Crackley-Burton Green, March 2021 (14) by Robin Stott
SP2972 : Railway viaduct, Kenilworth Common by E Gammie
SP2774 : HS2 enabling works, Crackley-Burton Green, March 2021 (4) by Robin Stott
SP2973 : The Kenilworth Greenway by E Gammie
SP2675 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2973 : Sandstone cutting by E Gammie
SP2675 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2874 : Anti-HS2 graffiti, Crackley Lane by Robin Stott
SP2973 : Access ramp, Kenilworth Greenway by E Gammie
SP2973 : Steps under a bridge by E Gammie
SP2973 : East on Kenilworth Greenway, Crackley by Robin Stott
SP2675 : Kenilworth Greenway from Cromwell Lane bridge by E Gammie
SP2874 : Hollis Lane access point, Kenilworth Greenway by E Gammie
SP2973 : Greenway bridge, Crackley by E Gammie
SP2874 : Anti-HS2 graffiti, Kenilworth Greenway by Robin Stott
SP2676 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2675 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2874 : HS2 enabling works, Crackley-Burton Green, March 2021 (1) by Robin Stott
SP2874 : Kenilworth Greenway in the snow by E Gammie
SP2973 : Kenilworth Greenway turns south, Crackley, Kenilworth by Robin Stott
SP2874 : Kenilworth Greenway at Crackley Lane bridge by E Gammie
SP2675 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2675 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2675 : Temporary Kenilworth Greenway by Stephen McKay
SP2874 : Hollis Lane from the Kenilworth Greenway by Robin Stott

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Created: Fri, 25 Nov 2011, Updated: Sat, 22 Feb 2014

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