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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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

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

Signs on the Capelrig Way at one junction, but the previous junction had none and the main path diverges from the path back to Capelrig Road.

The Capelrig Way links through Crookfur to a couple of schools. But stops when it reaches Capelrig Road.

Cycle parking at Whitecraigs station.

Ayr Road at Whitecraigs.

Paths exist off of Stewarton Road, but there are steps.

An abandoned farm where an access to the Dams to Darnley Country Park could be provided.

The farm at Patterton was provided with a bridge over the M77 motorway when it was built, but now the farm has been abandoned, the bridge is blocked by a gate at the far side, preventing access to the Dams to Darnley Country Park.

More than 3 hours cycling around Glasgow today for #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 can be summed up by this last photo I took on the way home...

A forest track near Neilston Pad.

The path from Snypes Reservoir isn't really suitable for cycling, plus there's a gate to climb over. But not too far to walk.

The main junctions along the Spine Road are all signposted. Hopefully once the signs have had time to weather in a bit they will become easier to read.

Cycle parking stand outside shops in Eaglesham

Cycle parking stand outside library

The Spine Road in Whitelee Wind Farm - not too rough for road bikes with reasonably fat tyres

Track in Whitelee Wind Farm, not too rough for road bikes with reasonably fat tyres.

Not cycle parking, but this looks more like cycle parking than the actual cycle parking does! (See #41232)

A77 cycle track

A77 cycle track approaching minor side road junction

A77 cycle track

A77 cycle track

Change from shared use footway to segregated cycle track on A77 route

Cycle lanes on dual carriageway section of Ayr Road

Two cycle parking stands and two lockers at Barrhead railway station (one stand is hidden by lamppost)

Cycle signs Location: Broom, Newton Mearns (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Flooding at the ford Taken on Saturday 11th October 2008; previous 24 hours had been very wet. More info on the Hole ford at

Rouken Glen Park Visitor Centre Park rangers' and visitors' centre, also showing some of the line-segregated route around park

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