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Photo listing : tracks

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No footpath, very dangerous for pedestrians on bends where cars cannot see you until late.

When you come out of this right of way the pavement is narrow and overgrown, improvement is needed.

With 3 schools finishing within around 15 minutes & having to walk around Lister Road from the infant's the whole route needs to become wider. It's impossible to distance along this route

If this was a new estate then it would be a 20 mph zone so the speed limit needs to be reduced to modern standards.

With narrow pavements and many businesses along the High Street the speed limit needs to be reduced to 20mph. This would also discourage rat runners avoiding the A12,

Such a dangerous place to walk, this is a fatal accident waiting to happen

Dangerous twisty stretch of road, with no pavement.

There is no pavement here and barely any space to get off the road when walking. There are blind corners making it unsafe to walk round

Very dangerous road for walking, such lovely walks ruined by having to walk along the road with cars coming round bends at speed.

Tight S bend with no pavement makes for a very hazardous walk. A path on the western edge would be very welcome

As a regular walker, this stretch of road is very dangerous as it involves walking on the road dodging vehicles. As there are two bends you have to cross the road in order to be seen. It is unsafe and definitely needs a pavement.

Dangerous S bend that forces motorists on to the wrong side of the road when pedestrians are walking between 2 parts of the village

Path is always overgrown with mud, brambles and is some areas no path at all. Impossible for pushchair or even if walking. End up having to walk on dangerous road. There is no path all the way to Finchingfield?

Children that walk to the local primary school have to currently walk on the road! A small path would be so much safer

This is a dangerous bend where lots of people walk, at this particular point there is no sensible verge or pavement but a pavement could be cut in to the bank on one side.

Very bad bends, no pavement on either side of road, very dangerous for walkers, cyclists, horse riders, runners

A path is very much needed along this road, it's very dangerous to walk along

Tight double bend leading into the village which needs a footpath for people to walk safely along, very dangerous set of bends for pedestrians which at some stage will result in an accident

No Footpath very dangerous !!!

No footpath around some very dangerous bends between Shalford and Wethersfield, Please implement a footpath before somebody is injured !!!

Steep hill so not wheelchair possible. No separated pedestrian route, requires a 0.6m path on the west verge

People regularly walk between Shalford and Wethersfield for the schools, shop and petting farm. There is no footpath and it is a bendy dangerous road. People often seen walking with children and pushing prams in the road. Accident waiting t ... [more]

A very narrow pavementneeds widening , ideally to allow bikes as well as main road narrow with no verge making it dangerous to cycle from villages to Halstead

No pavement

No foot path just a track!! Terrible!! Footpath needs improvement with a cycle lane to link Cressing Village!

Bushes need a trim!!! Path is only singlefile at the moment... And on a very busy road..

Bridleway over the railway route, Sturmer

Bridleway east from Sturmer

Start of Fitch Way cycleway

Cut Throat Lane, entrance eastbound

Motts lane, OK for road bikes, but avoid holes, rubbish and loose surface

Approaching NCN 16 cycle route Northbound

Pickpocket Lane, Byway open to all traffic, although not recommended for cars... Ignore "Road ahead closed" sign.

Pickpocket Lane, Byway open to all traffic

Pickpocket Lane, Byway open to all traffic

Bridleway behind Newneys Farm. Narrow uneven surface.

Dagnets Farm, Byway towards Batemans Farm.

Batemans Farm to Dagnets Farm, Byway open to all traffic. poor condition, deep ruts and exposed roots, narrow sections.

Troys Lane. View towards Peg Millar's Lane.

Troys Lane, nr Troys Farm

Troys Lane, towards Faulkbourne. Concrete track.

Troys Lane from Peg Millar's Lane.

Pink Lane, Wooded section near Troys Hall. Very pretty in Spring and Summer.

Pink Lane, Fairstead, near Troys Hall, track towards wooded section with metal gates.

Pink Lane, between Fairstead and White Notley. End of concreted section

Pink Lane, between White Notley and Fairstead

Pink Lane, Maltings Farm, White Notley. Concreted section of bridleway until turning for Troys Hall

Pink Lane, Maltings Farm, White Notley

Bridleway approaching White Notley behind the Hall.

Bridleway towards White Notley from Fairstead Rd. Narrow and uneven, take care.

Hill farm. Bridleway meets track from Webb's farm.

Bridleway between Fairstead Rd and White Notley

Badly rutted and waterlogged byway

Poorly maintained byway, open to all traffic, including motorised vehicles, April to Sept.

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