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The nearest dropped kerb to the start of the West Highland Way path is not convenient if coming from Ellangowan Road, and is located at the narrowest point in the footway. A second dropped kerb would be desirable further along nearer the ju ... [more]

No dropped kerb to join the start of the West Highland Way path at Ellangowan Road. The nearest is off to the left.

The end of the West Highland Way path at Ellangowan Road. There is no dropped kerb to conveniently join the road to the left, only one off to the right to cross to the car park.

The path has become asphalt.

The West Highland Way at steps to Milngavie community centre and library. The path is a bit muddy here.

Path junction where the West Highland Way turns left. The route to the right leads to the library pond.

A turn marked for the West Highland Way, but the path straight ahead also leads in that direction.

A multiway junction on the West Highland Way in Milngavie.

The final section from the riverside path up to Inchinnan Road is quite steep, with a barrier at the top. See also #170232.

The riverside path ends at the Argyll Stone, next to the Normandy Hotel.

The riverside path in Renfrew, alongside the River Cart. The concrete panels give way to asphalt for the rest of the path's length to Inchinnan Road.

The riverside path turns from following the River Clyde onto the River Cart.

The Blythswood Light, one of a number of navigation aids along the River Clyde.

The surface of the riverside path changes from asphalt to concrete panels. One or two of them are slightly out of alignment here and there, although not a serious problem.

The riverside path in Renfrew, beside the River Clyde.

A section of tree root damage on the riverside path, next to the golf course. There was another smaller area of tree root damage over next to the River Cart.

The riverside path where it comes away from the river to go around the scrap yard.

Narrow barriers to negotiate at the end of the riverside path in Renfrew.

Barriers and signs at the start of the riverside path in Renfrew. It only reaches the riverside after the scrap yard.

Having passed the 'End of Cycle Route' sign back at #170357, there is a direction sign for an anonymous cycle route further along Meadowside Street. Also signage for the Clyde Coastal Path.

Barriers on Inchinnan Road at the entrance to the riverside path, next to the bascule bridge.

Path beside the River Cart at Renfrew.

Signs for the Clyde Coastal Path, but not NCN75, outside the entrance to Gourock station. Only some of the poles have a blue stripe on them.

A sign for the Clyde Coastal Path at Mount Pleasant Drive.

The road bridge across the A878 connecting the park next to the Erskine Bridge to Mount Pleasant Drive. The path around the northern part of this area is presently closed while works are being undertaken.

A poor quality path, with a hump, at a crossing with a track at Dalnottar.

A rather uninviting entrance to the Thomas Wood Path at Duntocher.

Just be grateful junctions of the M25 aren't signed like this.

I'm not sure the sign for Newark Castle is strictly necessary!

The A-frame at the end of the Thomas Wood Path is too narrow for the handlebars on my new bike.

The Thomas Wood Path to Duntocher is part of the Clyde Coastal Path.

A shiny new kissing gate on the Clyde Coastal Path. The kissing gate is very narrow and has a latch making it extremely difficult to negotiate with a bike.

Gates across the track. This section of the Clyde Coastal Path isn't suitable for cycling. Indeed walking on this muddy and sometimes flooded track isn't ideal, and people have cut across part of the field to avoid the track.

Lots of signs at this junction on the Clyde Coastal Path. I can't help wondering if the blank section on the directions signs was meant for a Clyde Coastal Path logo, to save having duplicate signs.

Perhaps the speed limit here needs to be reviewed, as well as the car parking arrangements beyond the junction.

Local direction signage but none for the Clyde Coastal Path.

Signage for the Clyde Coastal Path as well as for local directions.

The Clyde Coastal Path around the pitches near Kilpatrick station

Directions sign at the end of the Erskine Bridge cycle track, with Clyde Coastal Path signs below.

The waterfront path approaching Newark Castle

Quite a nice piece of pathway along the shore heading towards Newark Castle and Port Glasgow. The lower height reduces traffic noise from the adjacent A8 dual carriageway.

Low bridge over path linking main road through Woodhall and road to Kelburn Park. There are steps on the other side of the bridge, but it is easy enough to use the grass slopes to the sides to wheel down, or to use the ramped path to the we ... [more]

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