National Cycle Network Route 6 :: Shared Description

National Route 6 of the National Cycle Network passes through Watford, Luton, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Market Harborough, Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Worksop, Sheffield, Manchester, Blackburn, Preston, Lancaster, Kendal and Windermere, and will connect London and Threlkeld (nr. Keswick) in Cumbria when complete.

LinkExternal link National Route 6 on the Sustrans web site.
by David Dixon
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SD7806 : Course of Former Railway between Radcliffe and Outwood by David Dixon
SP7382 : Site of Clipston & Oxendon railway station by Malc McDonald
TL1118 : Beech trees by David Lally
SK5805 : National Cycle Route 6 at Abbey Park, Leicester by Mat Fascione
SK4733 : West Park - Parkside Avenue entrance by David Lally
SK4133 : Millennium Milepost for National Cycle Network 6 by Mat Fascione
SK5447 : Bridge over Moor Road by David Lally
SP7371 : Site of Brixworth railway station by Malc McDonald
SK4939 : Swancar Bridge over the Nottingham Canal -3 by Alan Murray-Rust
SK4833 : Footbridge over the Erewash Canal by David Lally
SD7806 : Outwood Trail Approaching Radcliffe by David Dixon
SK4833 : Laburnum in West Park by David Lally
SK5336 : Barton Street by David Lally
SK4833 : New path markings on new tarmac by David Lally
SK5350 : Cycle and foot path beside Bishop's Way by David Lally
TQ0585 : London Loop by N Chadwick
SP7579 : A14 bridge near Kelmarsh by Malc McDonald
SK5445 : Austin Street by David Lally
SK5034 : Cycle path entrance by David Lally
SK3933 : Sustrans Route 6 Enters a Hawthorn Thicket by David Lally
SP7371 : Brampton Valley Way by David Lally
SK4939 : Trowell Garden Centre by Alan Murray-Rust
SK3688 : National Cycle Network Route 6 by N Chadwick
SK4833 : Very Old Tree Fights Back by David Lally
SK3630 : Cycle track by David Lally

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Created: Thu, 8 Nov 2012, Updated: Thu, 8 Nov 2012

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