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    I've noticed that many councils now have online GIS systems showing various rights of way. Anyone got some links? (links from later posts merged into this one)

    Bedfordshire

    Buckinghamshire

    Cheshire

    Cumbria

    Hampshire

    Kent

    Lancashire

    Northamptonshire

    Northumberland

    Somerset (Login page)

    Surrey

    West Berks

    West Sussex
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    Correction for Buckinghamshire

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    Cornwall & Devon have them too.
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    This the one for Lancashire?

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    One for the Mods: How about adding a new section to the "Useful Links" page for these links?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragnar View Post
    I've noticed that many councils now have online GIS systems showing various rights of way. Anyone got some links? (links from later posts merged into this one)
    This Hampshire one might be better

    http://www.hants.gov.uk/rh/row/maps/


    that piddly little box is impossible to use.

    Or this might help folks, http://www.bywaydatabase.com I am updating it every day.

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    Here is a link for Hertfordshire.

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    Great work David

    The Somerset one takes you to an error page telling you that you have to login....the login page is HERE instead...I'll amend the first post and add the others to it as well
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    Great work David

    The Somerset one takes you to an error page telling you that you have to login....the login page is HERE instead...I'll amend the first post and add the others to it as well
    Where can i register...?

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    The link for Northamptonshire is broken. It's probably best to link to this page
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    Definitive Map Site Updates

    It seems some of the councils are updating their GIS and online mapping systems so links may no longer work.

    I don't know if the same applies to all regions but Worcestershire now separately list Byways, TROs and Unclassified Roads (Green Lanes)

    New one for Worcestershire

    Gloucestershire

    Oxfordshire

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    Some more, for East Anglia

    Cambridgeshire
    You'll need to cross reference that against the list of TROs as well, although fortunately most of the Cambs TROs permit bikes (thanks to the TRF )

    Norfolk
    For this one, to see just the byways, click on the search button and untick everything except "All user routes" and fill in a parish name, like Brettenham. What's really useful is that, when you go back to the map, all you have to do is to zoom out and you can immediately see all the lanes for Norfolk.
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    Could somebody please put up a link for Devon/Cornwall.Pretty please!

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