Thatched cottages in Lode.
Lodes Way across White Fen, to the west of Swaffham Bulbeck Lode.
This new bridge crosses Swaffham Bulbeck Lode.
View up Swaffham Bulbeck Lode.
The approach to the new bridge across Reach Lode.
The new bridge over Reach Lode.
View down Reach Lode.
Lodes Way across Burwell Fen, under construction, July 2010.
The Cock-up Bridge over Burwell Lode.
The point where NCN 11, Lodes Way, enters an open grazing area, between Burwell and Wicken. Fencing has now been provided to keep the animals off most of the path, but the number of gates involved is causing consternation among equestrian users.
The konik herd, which includes stallions, had prevented safe horseriding on the route for many years.
These animals look magnificent, but are not keen on dogs when they have calves with them. They have grazed freely on the path between Burwell and Wicken. A new system of gates and cattle grids will keep them off most of it.
The traditional cock-up bridge at Upware. A design like this could allow animals to pass under the path, without obstructing it.
The point where NCN 11, Lodes Way, enters an open grazing area, between Burwell and Wicken. New fencing and gates have been installed, along with cattle grids.
This bridge across Monks Lode carries National Cycle Route 11. It is known locally as Norman's Bridge
Riding Lodes Way