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Photo listing : other

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

This listing only shows photos within City of London.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Cut-through in the City of London

Cannon Street

Bike space on a modern Class 377 Thameslink train - these were supposed to be moving to the Kings Cross-Cambridge line but wil now move to the Great Western route when it is electrified, I believe.

No cycling on this alley in the City of London

This alley could be improved for cycling.

Delivering the Financial Times, Liverpool Street station

Another City of London alley

Bicycle symbolism (left), cycle parking (right middle distance), but no actual cycling permitted in Bishopsgate Churchyard.

This is where I had my accident! I went into the gap & went over my handlebars

Upper Thames Street is a very busy, TfL controlled road in the City of London. Following recent works, an on-carriageway cycle lane was repainted much narrower than it used to be. Narrow cycle lanes are worse than useless: they encourage pe ... [more]

No cycling here on the north bank of the Thames

London Festival of Architecture Sky Ride tour of Wren and Hawksmoor churches - leader Fergus Connolly with his very pink Brompton, and chief marshal Barry Mason of Southwark Cyclists

Location uncertain - London Festival of Architecture Sky Ride tour of Wren and Hawksmoor churches (marshalled by volunteers from Southwark Cyclists)

Boris Johnson - Mayor of London attacks the 'elf and safety lobby. I couldn't easily find the link to this article, so just go to and search for Boris Johnson Cycling, there's plenty there to entertain. ... [more]

A typical scene on the popular Millennium Bridge. I think they built it too narrow. Never mind, only 990 years now before the next one.

Cycle space in convertible area on refurbished Class 317 train, Cambridge-London Liverpool Street route.

Developer of this system in discussion with others.


Taxi, cyclist and "bendy-bus"



"Bendy-bus" and cyclist



Cyclist passing a stationary "bendy-bus"

Good quality, accessible crossing in London. Note how the pedestrian crossing is level at the middle, rather than being varied in height, and that there are no barriers or guardrails.

The Gherkin in the distance, the Plough in the foreground, from this elevated vantage point.

Disabled access ramp to St. Paul's Cathedral.

St. Paul's Cathedral

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