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Photo listing : destinations

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

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

All the on-platform cycle parking that was here into the distance has been removed. There's a cycle parking area outside the front of the station.

Routing #ReachRide arrivers to the cycle parking at Reach Fair 2018.

Shelter for mopeds/scooters, Ely station

View from the bridge

The Haddenham Easyriders meet here every Thursday evening 6.30pm

Unexpected bonus due to a 39 minute delay at Ely was this steam engine, in light steam but pulled into the station by a diesel. On its way to an event at Dereham.

Monument to William Harley, who emigrated from Littleport to the United States, where his son co-founded a motorcycle company.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

The mayor and councillors opening Reach Fair 2012

Reach Fair Ride 2012, returning to Cambridge in the rain.

The Mayor of Cambridge Ian Nimmo-Smith on the Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

The Mayor of Cambridge Ian Nimmo-Smith on the Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

The Almonry, Ely

Cambridge Cycling Campaign return ride from Reach Fair.

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert on the Reach Fair Ride 2011.

The Devil's Dyke/Ditch - definitely a footpath only.

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

Menus - at the Peacocks Tea rooms Reach Fair riders choose from the huge menu of teas - but all go for 'ordinary'.

Ely Cathedral

Minster View. St Johns Rd, Ely

The Devil's Dyke - only a footpath, but worth visiting.

The Devil's Dyke - only a footpath, but worth visiting.

First group leaving from Reach Fair 2009.

The lifting bridge that will one day form part of the Wicken Fen Spine cycle route.

Viewing the footbridge from the lifting bridge.

The grassy banks of Reach Lode looking away from Upware.

Approaching Upware on the grassy banks of Reach Lode.

Anglesey Abbey (National Trust) - with some visiting Aston Martins, alas.


Swaffham Bulbeck church

Swaffham Prior churches

Burwell church

Reach Village Hall is on the left, and beyond it is the church and Dyke's End pub.

Windmill, possibly the one at Soham (unsure).

Ely Cathedral

Arriving at Anglesey Abbey's cycle parking area

Cycling Campaign leisurely ride to the windmill at Soham, 11th April 1999.

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