National Cycle Route 51 is an English long distance cycle route running broadly east-west connecting Colchester and the port of Harwich to Oxford via Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge.
- National Cycle Route 1 at Colchester and Ipswich
- RCR 41 at Felixstowe
- NCR 11 at Cambridge
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... From Milton Keynes Central railway station, the route goes over the railway on a pedestrian bridge, and follows paved routes in parkland past Furzton lake to the A421 junction with ... here along Buckingham road to link with Bletchley railway station, and the NCR 51 continues southwest along bridleways ...
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