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All photos in & around Camden

Showing items 1 to 100 from total of 1,780 locations. Ordered by photo number.

Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
190679 Photo #190679

Road space taken for a bike-sharing station

Bike share:
Infrastructure
190678 Photo #190678

Well marked workplace cycle parking (bikes with drop handlebars to the right, apparently)

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190677 Photo #190677

Could it be any more obvious?

Obstruction:
Problem
190676 Photo #190676

Road narrowing with contraflow cycle lane

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190675 Photo #190675

Not very well signed, but cyclists should go to the right here (and look out for two low kerbs).

Temporary closure:
Event
190394 Photo #190394

Pedestrian alley with no cycle facilities

Track:
Infrastructure
190392 Photo #190392

Painted protection for cyclists on this corner

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190390 Photo #190390

Modal filter and cycle parking

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190387 Photo #190387

Cycle parking with modal filter ahead

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190386 Photo #190386

Contraflow cycle lane

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190385 Photo #190385

Excellent new people-friendly streetscaping

Cycleway:
Good practice
190384 Photo #190384

Lots of cycle parking on this excellent new streetscape

Cycle parking:
Good practice
190383 Photo #190383

No Entry except Cycles, surely, given how much cycle parking there is here?

General sign/notice:
Problem
190382 Photo #190382

No Entry Except Cycles

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190381 Photo #190381

Contraflow cycle lane

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190380 Photo #190380

Bike hangar and cycle contraflow ahead

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190379 Photo #190379

Private motorbike and cycle parking at the Institute for Fiscal Studies

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190378 Photo #190378

Two bike stands here, two more up by the next corner

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190377 Photo #190377

Bike-sharing station on Quietway 1, but no actual cycle parking at RADA

Bike share:
Infrastructure
190376 Photo #190376

Lots of bike stands and sharing bikes at Birkbeck College

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190375 Photo #190375

Cycle parking at the Bloomsbury Theatre

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190374 Photo #190374

Pop-up road closure outside the UCL Institute of Archeology, with no provision for cyclists

Temporary closure:
Infrastructure
190373 Photo #190373

Pop-up road closure and bike-sharing station

Bike share:
Infrastructure
190372 Photo #190372

Good use of space outside a University of London building

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190371 Photo #190371

Plenty of cycle stands dotted around this area near UCL

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190370 Photo #190370

Cycle contraflow near Euston station

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190369 Photo #190369

Alley with wheelbender cycle parking, presumably for hotel staff.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190368 Photo #190368

New route past the Francis Crick Institute - the route to the right can be gated off, while the narrower route to the left (shown as a cycleway on OpenStreetMap) is always open.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190367 Photo #190367

No Public Right of Way sign on the new cut-through to St Pancras station

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
189006 Photo #189006

Red Lion Street, London

Road environment:
Infrastructure
189004 Photo #189004

Crossing Theobalds Road,London

Road environment:
Infrastructure
188706 Photo #188706

Right London. One good thing about the weather is it lets us see in *real life* how much space the traffic really uses. This is called a ‘Sneckdown’

Your mission - if you have a vantage point - is to send me all your Sneckdown photos for my files today! #londonsnow #sneckdown t.co/J1Y0XwLLFv

Road environment:
Event
188649

Replace traffic lights that should never be used on two residential roads. Consider Bollards or other means to discourage through traffic at ALL hours of the day.

Temporary closure:
Problem
188648

Remove pavement parking that is permitted by Camden Council. Pavement Parking was banned across London in 1974. Yet here we still are...

Track:
Problem
188647

2.5 Million vehicles a year rat-run along this residential road.

There are 30 separate traffic calming measures including traffic lights (yes on two residential roads that cross!!). This does not work.

Pollution is the highest of any residential road in Camden.

Temporary closure:
Problem
188194 Photo #188194

Modal filter on the Granary Square site, Kings Cross

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
188193 Photo #188193

Barriers on the ramp to the Regent's Canal towpath, Kings Cross

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
188192 Photo #188192

Ramp to the Regent's Canal towpath, Kings Cross

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
188191 Photo #188191

Information at the cycle parking at Central St Martin's, University of the Arts London

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
188190 Photo #188190

Not the easiest access to the cycle parking at Central St Martin's, University of the Arts London

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
188189 Photo #188189

Plenty of cycle parking and shared bikes outside the University of the Arts London

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
188188 Photo #188188

Dropped kerb ahead where the building works finally close the cycleway and cyclists have to move to the shared-use area.

Cycleway:
Event
187777 Photo #187777

Cycle store at student housing in Bloomsbury

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
187776 Photo #187776

Cycle street with informal pedestrian crossing to Cartwright Gardens

Road environment:
Infrastructure
187775 Photo #187775

Route sign on Cycle Superhighway 6 - the obvious route to Euston is to the left on the Euston Road, but the signed route is presumably via Phoenix Road, fine if you're not in a hurry.

Route sign:
Infrastructure
187774 Photo #187774

Contraflow cycle lane and parking

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
187773 Photo #187773

Road closed, pedestrians can take their usual route without problem, but what about the signposted cycle route?

Route sign:
Problem
187772 Photo #187772

Cycle contraflow and No Motor Vehicles during school pick-up/drop-off hours, plus added roadworks.

General sign/notice:
Good practice
187771 Photo #187771

Swing around the car parking box to the contraflow lane

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
187770 Photo #187770

Contraflow lane on Cycle Superhighway 6 at the British Library

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
187769 Photo #187769

Staff parking (partly covered) at the British Library

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
187768 Photo #187768

Popular new shared-use route west from St Pancras station

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
187767 Photo #187767

Contraflow cycle lane. St Pancras

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
184879 Photo #184879

The Prince Arthur pub, Eversholt Street

Destination:
Good practice
184046 Photo #184046

Route sign at end of contraflow cycle lane

Route sign:
Infrastructure
184045 Photo #184045

Floating bus stop on Gray's Inn Road

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
184044 Photo #184044

Pop-up segregation on Gray's Inn Road

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
184043 Photo #184043

Modal filter on route C6 (with bike lights) and bike sharing station

Cycleway:
Good practice
184042 Photo #184042

Cut-through on route C6

Cycleway:
Good practice
184041 Photo #184041

Cycle stands and cut-through on route C6

Cycleway:
Good practice
184039 Photo #184039

Car blocking one side of a modal filter

Obstruction:
Problem
184038 Photo #184038

Route markings on route C6

Route sign:
Infrastructure
184037 Photo #184037

Unclear whether this happened before or after the modal filter was installed...

Road environment:
Misc
184036 Photo #184036

Route sign and modal filter on route C6

Route sign:
Infrastructure
184035 Photo #184035

Modal filters and junction on route C6

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
184034 Photo #184034

Width restriction plus temporary traffic lights

Road environment:
Event
184007 Photo #184007

Route signs and modal filter ahead on route C6

Route sign:
Infrastructure
184004 Photo #184004

Cycle parking and what probably isn't a cycleway on the left.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
184003 Photo #184003

Cycle stand and Rosebery Avenue bridge

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
183489 Photo #183489

Cycle-only lights on the London Cycle Network

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
183488 Photo #183488

One-way road with two cycle lanes at a construction site

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
183487 Photo #183487

Some welcome protection on Gray's Inn Road

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
183486 Photo #183486

New road narrowing (and Santander Bikes station).

Road environment:
Infrastructure
181951 Photo #181951

Tricycle by Michael Craig-Martin, at the Foundling Museum, London - referring to themes of loneliness and abandonment.

Other:
Misc
180457 Photo #180457

Remarkably small amount of disabled/cycle etc space on the Class 395 Javelin high-speed trains from St Pancras to Kent - and it's right at one end of a six-car train, but because the trains take a loop around Kent and end up back at St Pancras you can't tell which end of the train it'll be. Why not in the middle?

Other:
Problem
180456 Photo #180456

Remarkably small amount of disabled/cycle etc space on the Class 395 Javelin high-speed trains from St Pancras to Kent - and it's right at one end of a six-car train, but because the trains take a loop around Kent and end up back at St Pancras you can't tell which end of the train it'll be. Why not in the middle?

Other:
Problem
179846 Photo #179846

Advanced light for cycles

Road environment:
Good practice
179845 Photo #179845

Trixi mirror, pedestrian countdown and advanced lights for cycles - all sorts of clever things.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
179844 Photo #179844

Bike hangar and community garden (no cycling) in a gap where the Brunswick Centre was supposed to be extended.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
179843 Photo #179843

Cargo bike and quite a few bike stands on Marchmont St

Bicycle:
Misc
179842 Photo #179842

If there was a modal filter here (as on OpenCycleMap), it's gone.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
179841 Photo #179841

Just a few cycle stands at this modern school

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
179567 Photo #179567

Fatal collision

Picture from:
www.standard.co.uk/news/london/cyclist-killed-rush-hour-crash-holborn-london-b985289.html

twitter.com/London_Cycling/status/1498638214130774018

twitter.com/willnorman/status/1498703243093946370

Similar incident nearby in 2013: #51345

Named as Shatha Ali in:
www.standard.co.uk/news/london/shatha-ali-cyclist-killed-holborn-london-lawyer-b985765.html

Road environment:
Event
179152 Photo #179152

Cycle Lane Closed, fend for yourself on York Way

Roadworks:
Event
179151 Photo #179151

Modal filter off Agar Grove

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
179150 Photo #179150

Absolutely horrible speed ramps in the Maiden Lane development - no wonder there are so many SUVs here.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
179149 Photo #179149

Route through the Maiden Lane development

Other:
Infrastructure
179148 Photo #179148

Access to the Maiden Lane development - there's no point going much further by bike, but cycle parking is needed here.

Other:
Problem
179147 Photo #179147

Tempting, but there are a lot of steps ahead.

[Eventually the Camden Highline will pass immediately to the left of this bridge, on the line of a disused railway track - pedestrians only]

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
179146 Photo #179146

This is clearly a pedestrian route in to the Maiden Lane development, but why not make it clear whether there's cycle access?

General sign/notice:
Problem
179145 Photo #179145

Cycle parking on Camley St and ramp to the Regent's Canal towpath

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
179144 Photo #179144

Ramp from the Regent's Canal towpath to Camley St

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
179143 Photo #179143

The Regent's Canal towpath, and a shared-use route to the right to Handyside St

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
179126 Photo #179126

The Regent's Canal towpath to the right, link to the Coal Drops Yard and the Somerstown Bridge to the left.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
179125 Photo #179125

Barriers on the Somerstown Bridge across the Regent's Canal

Obstruction:
Problem
179124 Photo #179124

Cycleway symbol and closed hours on the Somerstown Bridge across the Regent's Canal

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
179123 Photo #179123

Ramp to the Somerstown Bridge across the Regent's Canal

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
179122 Photo #179122

Surely a short section of shared-use path would allow cyclists to turn left and join this segregated cycleway, rather than being held while motor traffic turns left?

Cycleway:
Problem
179121 Photo #179121

Cyclists have to wait while left-turning motor traffic has priority - but a segregated cycleway starts immediately to the left, so surely a short bypass could have been constructed?

Cycleway:
Problem
179118 Photo #179118

On-street cycle parking at the Royal National Institution of Blind People

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure

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