Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Ashwell 17 BOAT and Guilden Morden 50 BOAT
Map showing Ashwell 17 byway
Herts Map Cambs Map
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
The Hertfordshire section of the route starts from Station Road, Ashwell, opposite Ashwell 16 byway then runs generally north eastwards to a byway cross-roads at the county boundary. It continues as Guilden Morden 50 to Station Road, Steeple Morden.
Guilden Morden 50 View from NE end of Guilden Morden 50
Photo: Nicki Harris, 3 May 2021
Guilden Morden 50 View SE along Guilden Morden 50
Photo: Nicki Harris, 3 May 2021
Ashwell 17 View south east towards Station Road
Photo: Nicki Harris, 3 May 2021
Ashwell 17 View from Station Road
Photo: Nicki Harris, 3 May 2021
Ashwell 17 Sign at junction with Station Road
Photo: Nicki Harris, 3 May 2021

Legal History
1 Nov 1953: Ashwell 17 was recorded as CRB (Carriage Road used as a Bridleway) on the original map and statement.
It was reclassified to Byway Open to All Traffic.
Hertfordshire Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Ashwell] 17.  Status: Byway Open to All Traffic.  Definitive Map sheets: 2, 6
Commences from Station Road thence NE to county road SE of Ruddery Spring.

Cambridgeshire Definitive Statement (11 May 2016)
Path: [Guilden Morden] 50.  Status: Byway Open to All Traffic.
Along Ashwell Street from the Hertfordshire county boundary to the Steeple Morden parish boundary
Width: Awarded width 40 feet

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