Accessibility Photo Survey

For Keglon 9945 by Lynn Jackson

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    1. For this survey of Keglon One I walked from Kegworth to Long Eaton. 0 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    2. The Bridge Fields alleyway that takes you onto the bridge road. 0.2 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    3. View over the canal bridge. The floodedcanal path is on the left. 1 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    4. The flooded part of the canal path. I carefully walked around this. 1 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    5. Narrow footbridge over a canal spur. 1.2 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    6. Stile at the other end of the footbridge. 1.2 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    7. The ground was spongy but there were no puddles on this part of the path. 1.3 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    8. This part of the path was short but very boggy. The flood bank path is past the mud on the left. 1.8 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    9. There were stiles at regular intervals between fields on this part of the walk. 1.85 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    10. This is where the path became flooded and impassable. 2.5 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    11. I had to return back to the boggy area to find the flood bank path. 1.8 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    12. The stile leading on the the flood bank. 1.8 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    13. You can see the Slow Ways path from the flood bank path (underwater at this point). 2.7 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    14. A footbridge to take you back onto the river path. To the left of this photo is a gate that I could have used to continue along the flood bank path. 2.75 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    15. The A453 underpass. The flood bank path comes out from the left of the photo. 2.9 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    16. Another flooded part of the river path, a simple detour (next photo) gets you around this. 2.9 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    17. The detour next to the bridge put you onto a path on higher ground. 2.9 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    18. A gate that opens onto the flood bank next to the river. 3.6 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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    19. The fields from the river lead to a quiet lane. 4.1 km from start — 29 Feb 2024

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