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This used to be Mangotsfield Railway station. It is now a junction on the Bristol to Bath Railway path. The trees grow where the columns for the platform roofs used to stand.
A true public garden! Trees, woods and hedgerows in geographic order from the Bristol gateway to Mangotsfield. As well as various species, there are many fruit trees which symbolise the old orchards of Bristol. This is one of the reasons why the railway line was constructed, to transport market garden produce to London.
The Bristol to Bath Railway Path at the Bruce Road/Johnsons Road crossing.
On a School morning half the children attending Whitehall Primary and Junior School use this crossing. How will they get to school if the railway path becomes a guided bus route?
Speakers from the campaign to save the Bristol and Bath Railway Path address the crowd.
Eastside Roots crew in Love Easton jackets on College Green after the protest / celebration
Massed fans of the railway path on College Green taken from Council House
Don't go to far. This family considered the Bristol to Bath Railway Path a safe,pleasant and fun place to learn to cycle.
THIS PATH NEEEDS NO BUSSES: This path, resplendent with birds, blackberries, children & faces for a moment happily free of the city
Crowds from the "Annual Celebration of the Railway Path" gather on College Green, Bristol.
Things can get busy on the Bristol to Bath Railway Path early on a cold Sunday morning.