- The route plan details the route between the Library and the Naylor Library, using the one way system on campus put in place for social distancing reason. The distance of this route is approximately 1040 M in length.
- To view the direct route, using the Refectory Corridor, which can be used when the one system is not in place, please use the link below.
- Related link Library.
- Related link Naylor Library.
- Related link Refectory.
- Related link Route Plan 8 - Library to Naylor Library (off campus).
Turn Left from Library entrance and take Cloistered Walkway for 20M
- The walkway has a block paving surface.
- Head for the gap between the Library and the Theatre. As you pass through the gap, there is a very slight slope up (photograph 2) and then down (photograph 3).
- Once through the gap, pass over the drainage grating and continue to the end of the Library building (photograph 4).
Turn Left and take the path between the Library and the Smokin' Bean Cafe for 15M
- This path has a block paving surface with a slight slope down just as you turn.
- As you pass the bottom of the Library fire escape staircase, the path narrows to 74cm wide as there is a tree there (photograph 3).
- There is grating over the tree plot which can be used to extend the width of the path here to 129cm (photograph 4). There is a very small lip at the start of the grating, which could cause a trip hazard.
- Continue along the path, over the drainage grating and drain covers (photograph 5). There is another tree here, but the path beside it is 123cm wide (photograph 6).
- Pass over another line of drainage grating (photograph 7), you pass a third tree, but the path next to this is 165cm wide (photograph 8).
- Past the tree, the path narrows to 130cm (photograph 9), and then the block paving meets the tarmac path beside the Running Track (photograph 10).
Turn Right and take the Tarmac Path for 70M
- This path runs between the Running Track and the rear of the Smokin' Bean Cafe. It is mainly level, but slightly uneven in places. There are also some drain covers.
- Continue on the path past the Centre for Workplace Learning. There are slight slopes leading down here (photographs 4 and 5). From this point the path becomes more of a road, so be wary of cars.
- The path then passes the rear of the Students' Union Bar. There are two patches of tactile paving along here, at the bottom of the ramp and steps leading down from the bar (photographs 6 and 7).
- Continue along to the end of this path/road (photograph 8).
Turn Right onto the Service Road and continue along it for 40M
- Follow the road past the side of the Students' Union building. It has a tarmac surface and is very uneven in places.
- Beyond the Students' Union building, there is a crossroads (shown in photograph 5). Continue straight over this, again being wary of cars, until you reach the dropped kerb on the right hand side of the road beyond the crossroads (photograph 7).
- Use this to leave the road and join the pavement. The dropped kerb does not have tactile paving.
Continue along path beside Service Road for 90m to Waldegrave Road
- The surface of the pavement is concrete.
- There is a side road across the pavement which has a dropped kerb after 30m (photograph 3).
- There is an easy slope located next to L Building (photograph 4).
- The surface of the pavement is uneven after the ramp.
- Just before you reach Waldegrave Road there is a zebra crossing across the exit to the car park (photograph 6).
Cross the Waldegrave Road Service Road
- On the far side of the zebra crossing there is a gate, 140cm wide, that leads out from the campus onto Waldgrave Road.
- Once through the gate, turn left and cross the University service road. The service road is level with the main road and has a tarmac surface.
Head Down Waldegrave Road and continue for 200m until you reach Waldegrave Park
- Head along Waldegrave Road the surface of the road is block paving with the occasional manhole cover.
- There is a slight gradient towards the road.
- Cars are permitted to park partially on the pavement here, reducing the width of the path to 140 cm in places (shown in photograph 2).
- After approximately 75m there is a bus stop.
- The bus stop serves route 33.
- There is seating and a shelter here (photograph 4).
- Continue onwards.
- The surface is still block paving with the occasional manhole cover.
- After about 20m from the bus stop there is a drive way as well as another further down the road (photographs 5 and 6).
- Approximately 5m from Waldegrave Park there is a dropped kerb with tactile paving (photograph 7).
Cross Waldegrave Park
- There are steep, concrete dropped kerbs on either side of the road.
- The surface of the road is tarmac.
Continue for 70m along Waldegrave Road
- The surface of the pavement is block paving.
- There is a signpost leaving a width of 116cm (photograph 2).
- There is then a pedestrian crossing with tactile pavement across the entire pavement (photograph 3).
- The pavement then becomes narrower due to driveways (photograph 4).
Continue for 260m along Waldegrave Road
- There is a service road that has a dropped kerb and a cobbled surface (photograph 1).
- The pavement then continues with an uneven block paved surface.
- There is a section of concrete pavement in front of Waldegrave Motors (photograph 4).
- There is then a driveway with a cobbled surface, which also has a tactile dropped kerb (photograph 5).
- After 140m there is an area where the path is reduced in width due to a tree and the surface of the path becomes uneven tarmac (photograph 7).
Cross Teddington Park Road
- There are tactile dropped kerbs on either side of the road.
- The surface of the road is cobbled.
Continue for 90m along Waldegrave Road to Claremont Road
- Once you have crossed Teddington Park Road continue along Waldegrave Road.
- There is a tree restricting the width of the path to 80cm (photograph 2).
- This is immediately followed by a lamppost which leaves a width of 90cm, then a concrete driveway.
- There are a further two trees in the pavement that have uneven surfaces at their bases (photograph 4).
- Continue for 60m to a bus stop which serves Route 33 (photograph 5).
- Continue on to Claremont Road.
- The surface of the pavement is block paving with the occasional concrete driveway.
Cross Claremont Road
- There are dropped kerbs on either side of the road.
- The surface of the road is cobbled.
Head down Waldegrave Road for 50m to the crossing
- Head along Waldegrave Road, the surface of which is block paving.
- There are driveways which are slightly uneven.
- There is a tree with uneven tarmac around its base, and an additional tree which reduces the width of the pavement to 94cm.
- The pavement here is slightly sloped.
Cross Waldegrave Road
- There are tactile dropped kerbs on either side of the road, as well as an island with tactile paving.
- The surface of the road is tarmac.
- The road has an easy gradient.
Head left down Waldegrave Road and continue for 60m to the Naylor Library
- Turn left down Waldegrave Road, the surface of which is block paving.
- Continue until you reach the concrete kerbs that lead to the service road into the Naylor Library Car Park.
- These are level with the road (photograph 2).
- Turn right into the road.
- Head across the road until you reach the slight easy slope to your left (photograph 3).
- This route bypasses a tree with uneven roots located between the road and the easy slope directly in front of the entrance (photograph 4).