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  1. Tyne and Wear

    England
    Photo:(27-08-06) © Colin Percy
    Photo:(27-08-06) © Colin Percy
    Photo:(27-08-06) © Colin Percy
    Photo: Colin Percy (30-05-04) © Newcastle City Council
  2. Northumberland

    England
    Photo: Julia Bayne © Sustrans
    Photo:27-08-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo:27-08-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo: 27-08-06 © Colin Percy
    Photo:27-08-06 © Colin Percy
  3. England

    Information to help you on your way
    Photo:(2006) © Colin Percy
    Photo:(2006) © Colin Percy
  4. Inverness

    Inverness is also known as the 'capital of the Highlands', and is certainly the largest conurbation in this part of Scotland.
    Photo:Visit Scotland 24/01/06 ©Visit Scotland
  5. Suffolk

    Suffolk is lowland Britain at its best - gently rolling countryside, medieval market towns, picturesque villages and thatched or timbered cottages. It is ideal terrain for relaxed cycling, with no long hills but enough undulations to open up many rewarding views.
  6. The coast of eastern England

    The coast of eastern England is among the most dynamic in the world - see it before it disappears!
  7. Churches in the East of England

    One of the great treasures of Eastern England is the great wealth of historic churches
  8. Ammerland

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  9. A feast of moors, floral seas and fruit

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    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
  10. Vestfold

    Vestfold is Norways smallest county, but has a marvellous coastal area with several small villages and towns offering a range of interesting museums and galleries. Sun, sea and skerries are words that describe Vestfold well.
    Photo:Anja E.A. Basma
    Photo:Anja E.A. Basma
    Photo:Terje Rakke

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