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    1. For this survey, Boredg, I started at Edgware Tube Station and walked to Borehamwood Train station. Food and facilities on offer here at Edgware Tube station 0 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    2. For this survey, Boredg, I started at Edgware Tube Station and walked to Borehamwood Train station. Food and facilities on offer here at Edgware Tube station 0 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    3. Typical suburban road in Edgware close to the Tube station. 1 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    4. Up the ginnel to the A41. Do not cross here, you can see the crossing bridge further up to the road. Then double back to Edgwarebury Park entrance on the other side. 1.5 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    5. Up the ginnel to the A41. Do not cross here, you can see the crossing bridge further up to the road. Then double back to Edgwarebury Park entrance on the other side. 1.5 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    6. Edgwarebury Park, There is a small cafe by the tennis courts just ahead. 2 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    7. Flower meadow in Edgwarebury Park, tarmac path has ended. km from start — 30 May 2021

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    8. Begining to Climb. Edgwarebury Farm. There are stables and you are likely to encounter horses. At the top of the hill (15%) is Penniwells a riding school for the disabled. 3.5 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    9. In the woods close to Elstree. Narrow, muddy and can be slippery. 4.5 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    10. Alum Way on approach to Borehamwood station. The road/path parrallel to the main road is nicer. This part coincides with the London Loop section 15. From Edgware to here too about 2 hours. 7 km from start — 30 May 2021

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    11. Elstree and Borehamwood Station. Food and facilities close by. 8 km from start — 30 May 2021

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