SCRCA Location Type: Level Crossing

Location Type Code
LC

A level crossing is a place where roads, tracks, footpaths, etc. cross a railway at track level (as opposed to passing over or under the railway by means of a bridge). Where multiple variants apply, the one granting the highest level of public access has been assigned.

Examples

The following examples from the SCRCA Project database illustrate this location type. Locations are only displayed here if the site or structure has been assessed and if a default image is available. The locations are grouped by 'variant' (where appropriate), then sorted by Location ID.

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SCRCA Location Variant: Level Crossing - PROW (road)

SCRCA Location Variant: Level Crossing - PROW (path or bridleway)

SCRCA Location Variant: Level Crossing - Other

Location ID: 271910

Level Crossing (occupation)

Location ID: 300390

Level Crossing (occupation)

SCRCA Location Variant: Level Crossing - Barrow

 

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