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'We own around 160 parcels of land, approximately 950 hectares in area, and 350 kilometres in length, throughout Britain. In addition to land, these properties include over 800 structures, ranging ...
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'This site is run by a group of keen walkers who love the outdoors and are concerned about the environmental impacts of cars. We also think you keep the recreational afterglow of a good walk fo ...
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'1. Grange to Hampsfell, Cartmel, Holker Hall, Kents Bank; 2. Roose to Dalton via Furness Abbey; 3. Barrow-in-Furness Town Trail; 4. Millom to Green Road along the Duddon Estuary; 5. Ravenglass to ...
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'The overall project aim is to encourage all, whatever your age, ability or position within society, whether you are a resident of, or visitor to the district, to use the public transport avail ...
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Category Bus Way Walks

About Fifty Walks. You can Filter by Train Line: Crouch Valley Line | Flitch Line | Gainsborough Line | Mayflower Line | Southend Line | Sunshine Coast Line .


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'Every weekend there are free guided walks for the general public. The walks are of various lengths and degrees of difficulty. They are all designed to link up with train services from the Leeds ar ...
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Download PDFs of Walks from these Railway Stations: [1] Bristol Temple Meads - - - : [2] Bedminster - - - : [3] Lawrence Hill - - - : [4] Stapleton Road - - - : [5] Montpelier - - - : [6] Clifton D ...
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'Plan a Journey' allows you to set the maximum distance you would like to walk, and your normal walking speed.


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The Booklet contains 10 walks starting from these Stations: [1] Loughborough Central Station - - - : [2] Quorn & Woodhouse Station - - - : [3] Rothley Station - - - [4] Leicester North Station< ...
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'We are not a walking club as such, we don't have a membership fee and we are open to all. Our supporters obtain details of our walks from this website or find them in one of our printed leaflets, ...
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'Strood ... Cuxton ... Halling ... Snodland ... New Hythe ... Aylesford ... Maidstone Barracks ... Maidstone West ... East Farleigh ... Wateringbury ... Yalding ... Beltring ... Paddock Wood'


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'The Mid Anglia Rail Passengers Association was formed in 1991 to help protect and enhance services on the lines between Ipswich and Cambridge and Ipswich and Peterborough.'


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The Mid Cheshire Line 'links the cities of Manchester and Chester running through the scenic Mid Cheshire countryside. There are 16 stations along the line including Stockport, Navigation ...
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'The site’s name comes from the fantastic London Outer Orbital Path, normally known as the London LOOP – the walker’s M25. All the walks on this site lie outside the LOOP, hence… (yes, you ...
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'Guided walks by train, departing from Huddersfield, Barnsley, Sheffield, Meadowhall, Retford, Worksop, Gainsborough, Lincoln, Saxilby.'


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Six Walks: Radcliffe to Nottingham (6½ miles); Bottesford to Aslockton (6 miles); Grantham to Bottesford (9½ miles); Ancaster to Sleaford (6½ miles); Heckington to Sleaford (6¾ miles); Skegness to ...
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'... You do not have to be a member of any organisation to join a walk. All you have to do is appear at the station from which the walk departs and make yourself known to one of the leaders.'...
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'I do not give the quickest way from station A to station B. My walks will often detour in order to pass an interesting building and will cross as many parks and green spaces as possible. I also tr ...
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'In its simplest form, a tubewalk is nothing more than a walk that starts and ends at a Tube station, so all you need to become a tubewalker is a couple of Tube stations, a dose of motivat ...
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'The purpose of this website is to encourage greater use of public transport for leisure travel. Most people realise that attractions in towns and cities are easy to visit by train, but many as ...
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'This webpage is provided by the Yorkshire Dales Public Transport Users Group, you are advised to confirm details of bus services with operators before travelling. Please check bus and tra ...
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Category Bus Way Walks

The Branch Lines are: [1] Atlantic Coast Line - - - : [2] Looe Valley Line - - - : [3]  Maritime Line - - - : [4] St Ives Bay Line - - - : [5] Tamar Valley Line - - - : [6] Tarka Line - - -: [7 ...
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'As Britain’s newest National Park the South Downs offers you rolling hills, picturesque villages, ancient woodland, crystal clear rivers and the iconic Seven Sisters cliffs. Running the entire len ...
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Category Bus Way Walks

'Walks are led by experienced volunteer members of the Ramblers' Association and begin from stations along the wonderfully scenic "Heart of Wessex" railway line (which is 87 miles long ...
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The Forum 'exists to encourage responsible access to the countryside of Wiltshire and Swindon by: Providing information on areas of countryside that are available for the public to enjoy; Provi ...
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