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Signs for NCN route 11 north from Ely

NCN route 11 sign seen through Ely cathedral gatehouse

This is NCN route 11 south from Ely - not an impressive start.

NCN route 11 meeting the cycle bridge by the Ely Southern Bypass

NCN11 Lodes Way Crevasses Reported at: On 27th August 2020 Received this message on 28th: Urgent works have been ordered for the defect you have reported.

NCN11 Lodes Way Crevasses

NCN11 Lodes Way With horse mounting blocks

NCN11 Lodes Way

NCN11 Lodes Way

NCN11 Lodes Way

Mountain bike-style parking at Wicken Fen

Cycle parking at Wicken Fen

Bike rental at Wicken Fen

NCN route 11 from Wicken Fen towards Cambridge

Cyclists Dismount. Why? Ridiculous

Neptunes Chair artwork on NCN11.

The cycle bridge by the Ely Southern Bypass connects here with the National Cycle Network route 11. Cyclists Dismount does not mean No Cycling and so why is it there? Is it to appease other users? See #106639. Some drone footage of th ... [more]

Diversion of NCN11 to pass under the new Ely southern bypass

Sign for mystery Cycle Route

NCN route 11 (and in the distance a cut-through to the East Cambs Council car park)

It's not clear if this on-road or a shared-use footway.

NCN11 from Ely towards Wicken Fen. A bit narrow for two cycles to pass - photos from construction in 2005 makes me suspect this is a failure to cut vegetation back.

My favourite campaigning style photo from Le #ReachRide 2014 at Wilderness Junction. 140505_103008_Reach_Ride Location: , Reach (England, United Kingdom) OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Cattle grids

This cycle route sign is curiously placed about 10 metres away from the actual cycle route which runs to the left and right behind me and directly behind. This track is not designated for cycling.

NCN 11 cycle route. On the right there's a solitary cycle parking stand and on the extreme left there's part of a horse mounting block just visible.

Shadow art, showing (according to the plaque): Fen Skater, Eel catcher and Victorian Entomologist. See

Heavy agricultural vehicles - best to keep well out of their way as they could squash you and the driver wouldn't feel a thing.

Approaching a junction in the wilderness of the fens.

Shared use path from Lode to Bottisham.

Lodes Way sign guides you across the busy road ahead via a toucan crossing.

Signs on the Lodes Way

Network signage

Clear signage at Wilderness Junction.

Volunteers at the tree planting event at White Fen

Volunteers at the tree planting event White Fen

Tree planting event at White Fen

Tree planting event at White Fen

Tree planting at White Fen on Sunday 6th March 2011

New cycle bridge on the Lodes Way (NCN11) returning from Wicken Fen

The new cycle bridge on the Lodes Way (NCN11), returning from Wicken Fen

Footbridge on the Lodes Way (NCN11) which needs replacing with a new cycle bridge. There are steep steps but with a ramp down the sides. (Simon: The situation is still the same in August 2020.)

The footbridge across the lode at this point currently has very steep steps with a ramp down the side. (Lodes Way NCN11) (Simon: The situation is still the same in August 2020.)

Section of the Lodes Way (NCN11) cycle route seen from the footbridge. A new cycle bridge is needed to complete this part of the route.

Taken from the footbridge on the Lodes Way (NCN11) looking back towards section of new cycle track on top right.

Route signage on the 'Lodes Way'

New signs on the 'Lodes Way'

New signage on the 'Lodes Way'

Opening the new Reach Lode bridge

The new Reach Lode bridge on the Lodes Way, the new route for NCN11 opened on 12 September 2010.

The newly opened bridge at Reach Lode on the rerouted NCN11

Opening of Reach Lode Bridge on the new NCN11

At the start of White Fen on a ride to open the new bridge at Reach Lode

start of route from Back Hill to Jubilee Gardens, through King's School, Ely. [This is now NCN route 11]

Camcycle 20/50: Simon leading the riders up onto the bank of the River Ouse on the final section towards Ely.

Leisurely ride to Ely, leaving Wicken village.

A back road near Wicken.

A nearby NCN sign #8321 says Cambridge 24, but the footpath says only 16. directional signage


directional signage

A little bit of space to make the crossing of Stuntney Causeway.

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