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Cycle parking on the westbound platform, March

Wheelbender cycle parking (empty on a Sunday morning) at March station - there's level access to this platform.

BBC report of a cyclist crashing into a steam roller during a cycle race. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-28524709

Some wheel bender cycle parking here, there is much better cycle parking elsewhere at this station.

NCN1 through an archway at the end of Exchange Square, Wisbech, signed as No Entry.

Cambridgeshire County Council does not permit the use of this sign. Erected by ... Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council does not permit the use of this sign. Erected by ... Cambridgeshire County Council

NCN 63 crosses the Greenwich Meridian. Note the Sheffield stands!

NCN 63

This is described as the Wet Weather route to March

NCN Route 63. The wet weather route goes on the road whereas the normal route goes along a dismantled railway then along a track.

This sign has been shot, bashed and also does not display that the route here splits into the wet weather route and the normal route. Instead a sticker points to the normal route reading "This way to"

A rather grubby milepost on NCN63

Crossing railway tracks is always going to be a problem for cyclists. At Turves a minor road crosses the railway 4 times in 1 1/2 miles, and this one, with concrete panels in steel frames is oblique angled with deep flangeways and wide area ... [more]

Crossing railway tracks is always going to be a problem for cyclists. At Turves a minor road crosses the railway 4 times in 1 1/2 miles, and this one, with concrete panels in steel frames is oblique angled with deep flangeways and wide area ... [more]

Crossing railway tracks is always going to be a problem for cyclists. At Turves a minor road crosses the railway 4 times in 1 1/2 miles, and this one, with concrete panels in steel frames is oblique angled with deep flangeways and wide are ... [more]

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