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    1. For this survey of Wesnor One I walked from Northampton to West Haddon. Photos are logged with their distance from the Western end of the route, but are generally facing West. 0.9 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    2. Narrow kissing gate with short narrow footbridge. 1.7 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    3. Stile 4.7 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    4. Road section with narrow verges. The worst part of the route in terms of road safety. 6.4 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    5. Narrow track through crop. 12.8 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    6. Narrow track through crop. 12.8 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    7. Section through a golf driving range. 12.9 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    8. Fox and Hounds pub 14.1 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    9. Short wooden board path on the Brampton Valley Way. 18.1 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    10. Short, very steep section of path. 18.3 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    11. Short, very steep section of path. 18.3 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    12. Cycle barriers - the narrowest part of the whole route. 36cm gap between the barriers, but you could take a different route into Northampton and avoid this barrier. 18.4 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    13. Broken footbridge. There are many other routes you could take into Northampton. 18.6 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    14. Steps leading down to the off-road path. There is also a ramp. 18.9 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    15. Path through Thornton Park. After this, the rest of the route to Northampton bus station is all paved, alongside busy roads. 19.2 km from start — 13 May 2021

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    16. Path through Thornton Park. After this, the rest of the route to Northampton bus station is all paved, alongside busy roads. 19.2 km from start — 13 May 2021

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