Second trip to Huntingdon on Friday. The area each side of the northern ring road is industrial estates, some of which had already been done in outline, but to which I was able to add a lot of detail. Then across the railway and we enter shoppers paradise: a massive Tesco, a couple of other retail estates with all the usual shops, and a leisure park which could have been anywhere - an almost identical combination of cinema, gym and fast good outlets as in Cambridge around a massive car park. Then into a housing maze, apparently called Oxmoor, the kind of estates where there is an almost independent footway network linking it all up with car access along scrappy roads to the rear - indeed there is a rather good green swathe running down the middle with a very decent cycleway which looks like it leads all the way into Huntingdon town centre, though not joined up on this occasion. Around Coneygear Road (what a peculiar name), the footway network is elevated and crosses all the suburban residential streets on bridges. Then into the thin in-fill wedge between the eastern ring road and the parallel Sapley Road, which is a much wealthier area of gabled new homes defined by the developers notion of "kerb appeal".