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Tip-up seats and cycle space on a Class 195 local train from Manchester to Sheffield

Cycle shelter under construction on Grindleford station

Paved bridleway towards Hathersage

Bridleway to the left towards Hathersage

Bridleway from Hathersage towards NCN route 6 and Stanage Edge

Start of bridleway towards Stanage Edge

Bridleway to Stanage Edge, in theory

Bridleway on Stanage Edge - it soon joins Long Causeway, or in theory continues down steps to Hathersage.

Continuation of Long Causeway towards Sheffield

Long Causeway, a really easily graded track up onto Stanage Edge

Long Causeway, a really easily graded track up onto Stanage Edge

End of improved surface on Long Causeway, from NCN route 6 up onto Stanage Edge

Long Causeway, up onto Stanage Edge, No Motor Vehicles, rough track, not part of the National Cycle Network (route 6 turns 90° behind the camera)

No Motor Vehicles on Long Causeway, from NCN route 6 up onto Stanage Edge

Arrow on NCN route 6

No Cycling - footpaths only

No Cycling - footpath only

No Cycling - footpath only

Modal filter in Hathersage

The shared-use route ends at the start of the Hathersage 30mph limit - if you'd rather not cycle on the A6187, take Jagger's Lane to the north.

Shared-use route (including horses) from Hathersage to Bamford - if you don't want to ride on the A6187 in the village of Hathersage, you can use Jagger's Lane, arriving from the right here.

Effectively single-sided cycle stands at YHA Hathersage - what a waste.

Attractive route signs, Hathersage

Modal filter, Hathersage - but it's only a footpath.

No through route for cyclists - footpath only

No Cycling on this tempting asphalt track - footpath only

Quiet Lane above Hathersage

Quiet Lane above Hathersage

Cycle stands at Hathersage station

Cycle stands at Hathersage station

A lovely long descent (mostly) from above Abney to Hathersage

Byway Open to all Traffic - leading to Great Hucklow primary school (see #191874 ).

Unsuitable for Motor Vehicles - it's also signed to the primary school, so presumably the first bit is alright. Then it leads to the Hathersage road (see #191875 ), but I stuck to the regular road.

Unsuitable for Motor Vehicles - the shorter but hillier road from Tideswell towards Miller's Dale

The road from Tideswell to Miller's Dale - there's a more minor road to the left, but it drops and rises further.

Two roads across to Tideswell - the one to the right is quieter but drops and rises further, the one to the left is fairly level (and I didn't meet any traffic on this one either).

Share with Care stickers at Monkswell Lane, Tideswell

Plantlocks outside the village shop in Eyam

The road from Grindleford to Eyam is semi-permanently closed to motor vehicles due to subsidence (quite common in Derbyshire) but it's open for pedestrians and cyclists.

It's quite common in Derbyshire for roads to be closed, usually due to subsidence, but as a rule the council is pretty good at making it clear that there's access for pedestrians and cyclists.

Where now? Hartington, Derbyshire Footpaths/Cycle Paths to Hartington and Biggin in Derbyshire and Hulme End in Staffordshire. Post located in Hartington, Derbyshire.

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