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All photos in & around Worcester

Showing items 1 to 11 from total of 11 items. Ordered by photo # descending.

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111302Photo #111302A cyclist arrives at Worcester's Diglis basin after a ride along ncr 442 from Honeybourne.Other:
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110495Photo #110495Worcester Shrub Hill StationCycle parking:
Good practice
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67986Photo #67986Worcester Foregate Street Station - bike racks

Location: , Worcester (England, United Kingdom)

Bike racks with secure locks. Hopefully theft proof!
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67985Photo #67985Worcester Foregate Street Station - sign - stand here for boarding bikes and prams

Location: , Worcester (England, United Kingdom)
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67984Photo #67984Cycle parking stands at the University Arena - University of Worcester

Location: , Worcester (England, United Kingdom)
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67983Photo #67983The ramp down from the shared use path, near the Sabrina Bridge and University Arena in Worcester, has some individual steps in it.

Location: , Worcester (England, United Kingdom)
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67982Photo #67982The Hive - University of Worcester - sign - No cycling, roller blading, skateboarding or scooter riding

Location: , Worcester (England, United Kingdom)

www.thehiveworcester.org/

The Hive is library that opened in 2012, and is part of the University of Worcester. Located near The Butts in Worcester.

The Worcester Library and History Centre is located in the library.


It opened in July 2012.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hive,_Worcester

The Hive, is a large golden-coloured building in Worcester, England, which houses the fully integrated Worcestershire County Council public library and the University of Worcester's academic library, the county Archive & Archaeology Service and the Worcestershire Hub city branch. The Hive was the first library in Europe to house both a University book collection and a public lending library. It was opened to the public on 2 July 2012 and officially opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in her diamond jubilee year (12 July 2012). The Hive houses over 12 miles (19 km) of archive collections including William Shakespeare’s marriage bond to Anne Hathaway, a quarter of a million books and more than 26,000 records of historic monuments and buildings, as well as the Worcestershire Hub city branch, a business centre, café and meeting facilities. The award-winning design of the building uses advanced environmental technology to improve sustainability, including river water cooling and a bio-mass boiler when heating is needed.


sign - No cycling, roller blading, skateboarding or scooter riding
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66721Photo #66721Found this bizarre layout in #worcester . No reason not to make road 2 way cycling @RantyHighwayman @AsEasyAsRiding

From this tweet:
twitter.com/04smallmj/status/606056271045922817

See also 04smallmj 's suggestion:
twitter.com/04smallmj/status/609665524298051584/photo/1
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57765Photo #57765One of the busiest cycle stands in Worcester city centre removed without notice and no plans to replace.

UPDATE: Stands have now been reinstalled. No apologies or reasons given from Worcester City Council.
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36674Photo #36674Diglis Foot & Cycle Bridge, Worcester

Location: St Johns, Worcester (England, United Kingdom)

The new foot and cycle bridge across the River Severn at Diglis (just to the south of Worcester).

The £1.8m bridge was opened in July 2010. Diglis Bridge is part of the charity Sustrans Connect2 project which was awarded lottery cash to improve transport in 2007. The new construction links the footpath in Weir Lane with Navigation Road and the Severn Way footpath.
Cycleway:
Good practice
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36414Photo #36414River Severn, Worcester - Cycle Footbridge - Sabina Bridge

Location: St Johns, Worcester (England, United Kingdom)

On or near the River Severn in Worcester. Between the Cycle footbridge and the Worcester Railway Bridge.

This is the Cycle footbridge, also known as the Sabina Bridge.

Built in the early 1990s.
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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