Paths Greenways Bridleways Tracks
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Stevenage 67 BOAT
Map showing recorded Stevenage paths
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This route starts from the cul-de-sac stub of Weston Road (public road) and heads due west to stop in a park. It is clear on the ground that path users continue westwards to join the road.

At the time of the BHS 2022 Access Survey (14 Jul 22), the path was obstructed by three bollards at its western end. There were no statutory fingerposts. There were two waymark posts, one hidden in the overgrowth and one broken and on the floor. The photographs illustrate the path from west to east.

Photograph of Stevenage 67 looking west
Eastern end of path looking west
Photo: Phil Wadey, 14 Jul 2022
Photograph of Stevenage 67 looking west
Near the edge of the park, looking west
Photo: Phil Wadey, 14 Jul 2022
Photograph of Stevenage 67 looking west
Continuing west
Photo: Phil Wadey, 14 Jul 2022
Photograph of Stevenage 67 looking west
Continuing west
Photo: Phil Wadey, 14 Jul 2022
Photograph of Stevenage 67 looking west
Western end of path looking east
Photo: Phil Wadey, 14 Jul 2022

Legal History
1 Nov 1953: The route was recorded as CRF (Carriage Road used as a Footpath) on the original definitive statement. DM sheets DM4-32 (Herts 12 NE) and DM4-34 (Herts 12 SE).
31 Dec 1977: The route was shown as a byway on the special review draft map and statement. DM sheets SR-21 (TL22NW) and SR-15 (TL21NE).
Note: the path's eastern end stops on the former parish boundary. It would be worth investigating eastwards.
14 Jul 2022: Missing fingerpost at western end reported to council. HCC reference: 401002815527.
14 Jul 2022: Broken waymarking post at eastern end reported to council. HCC reference: 401002815538.
Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Stevenage] 67.  Status: Byway Open to All Traffic.  Definitive Map sheets: 21 and 22
Commences from Weston Road thence E for approx. 290 yards.

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