PrestonBamber Bridge

Prebam one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Preston and Bamber Bridge.

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Grid Ref SD5346429122
Lat / Lon 53.75638° / -2.70728°
Easting / Northing 353,464E / 429,122N
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Bamber Bridge
Grid Ref SD5651125819
Lat / Lon 53.72696° / -2.66061°
Easting / Northing 356,511E / 425,819N
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Prebam One's land is

Green urban 10.8%
Pasture 43.3%
Urban 46.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



07 Oct 2021 Autumn

A wonderfully direct route, mostly through very pleasant surroundings. Exiting Preston centre via East Cliff Road (rather than the inaccessible place shown), it takes you through Avenham Park, across the River Ribble bridge and southwards to join the Old Tramway route through to Bamber Bridge. It’s all very green, flat, comfortable and quiet with only the last 1.5km in a built-up area. Requires a short detour via Brownedge Road underpass to avoid crossing the A6 roundabout.

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