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2014 Photo Galleries
14th December 2014 ride to Cafe d’Lune.
A view of Halton Station.
A old building in Lancaster
A view of cycle path to Conder Green
The cake photo at Cafe d’Lune in Condor Green
Public art on the cycle path.
Public art on the cycle path
A tree at side of the lane on way to Aldcliffe
A chimney in Aldcliffe
A seagull on roof top in Lancaster.
Weathercock on roof top in Lancaster
Mallard Ducks on the towpath of Lancaster Canal in Lancaster.
Information board at Lune Aqueduct
A view of part of the Lune Aqueduct
Ride report by Simeon Orme The weather was not brilliant on Sunday morning and the weather forecast for rest of day was going to be wet, there was no one else mad enough waiting for me at Halton Station, on days like this you head for cafe stop and hope the BBC weather man or woman as got weather forecast wrong. So I headed along the cycle path towards Lancaster, which always interesting with ever changing cityscape, with buildings being pull down and with new houses being built which sometimes offer a good photo opportunity. The weather was not brilliant for photos as you can tell from third photo of the day which is not that sharp of the cycle path as I headed to Conder Green to the warm delights of Cafe d’Lune. The weather had not improve after having my coffee and cake in Cafe d’Lune, so I headed back along cycle path towards Lancaster, after about mile I decide to follow the track up to Stodday, it was not great ideal as the track was flooded and manage to get a foot wet. From Stodday, I followed the lanes through Aldcliffe and then turn on towpath of Lancaster Canal which I followed through Lancaster and turning off it at Lune Aquduct where I join the Lune Valley cycle path which followed  back to Halton. You can checkout the What’s New Page to see what’s new on the site and you can also sign up for site’s free weekly newsletter
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