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footpath

A British term for sidewalk.
References in classic literature ?
He was very unobservant except as to the peculiarities of footpaths, on which he was an authority.
The Croxteth Path Link Project will create a 150-metre route to an existing footpath network at the edge of Dam Wood.
5-2m Position The public footpath commences at its junction with Slip Inn Bank at Grid Ref.
Residents had criticised the poor state of the footpath, which links New Hey Road to Goldington Avenue.
e ats were provided with a hard standing for the bins but that is ignored and the bins regularly obstruct the footpath.
Footpath 6 Resolven That length of Footpath 6 Resolven commencing at point B (Grid Ref.
The footpath leading towards Margalla College F7/4 has broken and creating problems and agitation especially for students going to Margalla College.
Due to this, footpaths on Vikas Marg have become inaccessible to pedestrians.
No new encroachments were removed on Wednesday, instead the encroachments of people who once again setup their stalls at footpaths were removed, he said.
Vegetation and accumulated debris alongside the wall will be removed, potholes filled and the footpath surfaced.
Cyclists are prohibited to use the public footpath under the Highways Act 1835.
At that time, 30 or 40 years ago, you could guarantee you'd find barbed wire across a footpath or missing foot bridges and other problems.