Shopping on Long Causeway - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour showing the various shops, cafes and restaurants on the Long Causeway in Peterborough. Most of the shops here are of the general high street variety, though there is a farmers market on occasion within the street itself. Picture taken June 2011 and also shows the entrance to Queensgate shopping mall.
Shopping on Long Causeway - FURTHER INFORMATION
Shopping on Long Causeway - Peterborough visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Shopping on Long Causeway' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Cambridgeshire.
Long Causeway is one of the main pedestrianised shopping streets at the heart of Peterborough city center. Lined with the usual, well known high street stores, cafes and restaurants, the road north-south between Broadway and the top of Church Street, terminating at Cathedral Square just in front of Peterborough Cathedral.
From here the road becomes Bridge Street which continues south past yet more shops and the Peterborough Tourist Informaiton Office. Turning right at Cathedral Square down Church Street takes visitors to St John the Baptitst Church, another of the tourist attractions in the city.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Hereward Cross (5, 8), Broad Street (1, 2, 36, 37, 71, 306, 390, 401, 411, 413, 415).
Road: Peterborough is near the northern end of the A1(M) at the meeting of the A15, A47 and A1139 roads. It is about 37 miles north of Cambridge, 80 miles west of Norwich and 40 miles east of Leicester.
Train: Peterborough Station on East Coast Main Line, about an hour out of London