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WHAT DOES PUBLIC FOOTPATH MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A footpath is a type of thoroughfare that is intended for use only by pedestrians, not other forms of traffic such as motorized vehicles and horses. They can be paths within an urban area, or rural paths through the countryside. Urban footpaths are usually paved, may have steps, are called alleys, lanes, steps, etc., and may be named. Other public rights of way, such as bridleways, byways, towpaths, and green lanes are also used by pedestrians.
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Translation of «public footpath» into 25 languages
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PUBLIC FOOTPATH» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «public footpath» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «public footpath» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about public footpath
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUBLIC FOOTPATH»
Discover the use of public footpath in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to public footpath and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Lost Villages of England
On private land, however a public footpath passes close to the site. Newtown, Isle
of Wight (OS SZ424904) Accessible by road and public footpath. The Eastern
Counties Segenhoe, Bedfordshire (OS SP981358) Accessible by public right of ...
Leigh Driver, 2009
Walking in Bedfordshire
... at the half-way stage, at the crossing point of the figure-of-eight. Route: From
the large free car park in Woburn, turn right along Park Street. On reaching large
ornamental stone lions turn right at a public footpath signpost on a path that
Alan Castle, 2001
Essex Coastline: Then and Now
Paglesham Churchend At the far end of the dam, a public footpath leaves the sea
-wall and heads southwards across the fields. This provides the last access to the
coastline for almost three miles. The footpath inland leads to the village of ...
M.P.B. Fautley, J.H. Garon, 2004
Bridges come in a variety of shapes and sizes some consisting of just one wide
plank. With the simpler variety it is usual to take the path over a shallow ditch
perhaps no more than 18 inches deep. A public footpath. Some are well used
Kristell Corvellec, 2011
The Preservation of Open Spaces, and of Footpaths, and Other ...
The only ground on which a public footpath can be wholly stopped without the
substitution of another is that it is unnecessary. The question, therefore, whether it
is unnecessary will be a subject for the consideration of the Parish Council or ...
Robert Hunter, 2011
Cases Decided in the Court of Session
1*27. of their right to a public footpath along the banks of the river Clyde from
Glasgow to Carmyle, which had been shut up in j Court, spring 1822 by Harvie,
proprietor of the lands of Westhorn M'K. through which the footpath passed, the ...
Scotland. Court of Session, 1827
Investigation and Management of Soft Rock Cliffs
And also in the event of any damage at any time hereafter happening to the said
Undercliff and public footpath by sinking slipping or from any other cause
whatsoever [the grantees] will with all reasonable speed thereafter repair and
E. Mark Lee, Alan R. Clark, 2002
Map and Compass: Cicerone Press
... so long as the new path is in good condition and is well OOGO RIGHTS OF
WAY & ACCESS Information supplied by Peak District National Park Hun-L
Public footpath with path on the ground Public footpath without path on the
ground JJJ- ...
Pete Hawkins, 2013
Observations upon the Case of A. Thornton who was tried at ...
... the pit is close to a public footpath; that is close to the public carriage road,
separated only by a hedge; the pit is close to a stile, and the field in which the pit
is, is a grass field; the field immediately before it is a ploughed field, through
which is ...
Abraham THORNTON, 1819
Walking in Berkshire: 20 countryside walks
Turn leftbya public footpath sign(by Corbiereand opposite Westridge House).
Turn right overa stile andcross the field to asqueezestile onthe top ofthe ridge (
nexttoa dead tree). Continue straight on across the field. Looking back there is a
Robert Wilson, 2013
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PUBLIC FOOTPATH»
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Heroin found dumped on public footpath in Galashiels
HEROIN with a potential street value of £1950 has been found on a public ... The recovery was made on Saturday evening (18th July) on a public footpath. «Border Telegraph, Jul 15»
Landowner airs his views over impassable village footpath at centre …
A LANDOWNER has waded into a row over a public footpath which has been impassable for many years – and which campaigners are now hoping to reinstate. «Grimsby Telegraph, Jun 15»
Angling club delight after transformation of public footpath
The footpath also links in with the West Pennine Moors footpath network, so the improvements will make it easier for members of the public to access these ... «The Bolton News, Jun 15»
Heap of dead animals removed after being left by public footpath …
A heap of dead animals which were left yards away from a public footpath near ... Wood – after reports from concerned members of the public, but upon arrival ... «Comet 24, May 15»
Woman attacked by gang on public footpath
A young woman was attacked by a gang as she walked along a public footpath. She was dragged to the ground from behind and then kicked as she made her ... «News & Star, Apr 15»
Farmer fined after walker trampled by cow on public footpath
A farmer has been ordered to pay £20,000 after a walker sustained life-threatening injuries when she was trampled by cows while walking on a publicfootpath. «FarmersWeekly, Mar 15»
Pensioner slams council over public footpath repairs
A Brynaman pensioner has hit out Carmarthenshire County Council for failing to make a footpath safe for public use. John Cue, of 3 Maes y Deri, complained to ... «South Wales Guardian, Mar 15»
Court of Justice of the European Union
recorded without his consent while he was on the public footpath in front of M. Ryneš' house. The Nejvyšší správní soud (Supreme Administrative Court, Czech ... «EU News, Dec 14»
'On the warpath': Endon public footpath blocked by 'fed-up …
ELDERLY residents have become involved in a dispute over their right to use a walkway at the end of their road. Pensioners living along Embers Way, in Endon, ... «Stoke Sentinel, Sep 14»
Somerset farmer defends 'prison' style fence built to stop dog …
Ecologist Sue Everett said: 'Anyone thinking they will enjoy a nice country walk along the public footpath is now hemmed in by a horrific steel palisade fence.'. «Daily Mail, May 14»
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