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Stopping trains on the Cardiff-Penzance route, with reasonable provision for cycles, are being partially replaced by Class 80x Intercity trains, with limited provision for bikes which must be reserved and hung up in a small cupboard - a big … [more]

Junction signed in the other direction only

Start of byway from a link to NCN route 3

Byway from a link to NCN route 3

Start of byway from a link to NCN route 3

Routes recommended by St Ives eBikes

St Ives eBikes rental

Cyclist on the footway east from NCN route 3, passing the start of the Old Railway Siding.

Crossing from The Old Railway Siding to join NCN route 3 at Hayle harbour

Barriers at the start of the Old Railway Siding to Hayle station - now asphalted

Wheelbenders at a gym on the byway to Hayle station

Link from The Old Railway Siding to the westbound platform at Hayle station

Start of The Old Railway Siding from Hayle station to the harbour - now asphalted

New covered cycle parking at Hayle station

Cyclist on the byway past Hayle station

Stepped route between the platforms at Hayle station and the byway towards the harbour

Asphalted path northeast from Hayle station - cyclists should take the service road to the right.

Modal filter on bridge over the railway, Hayle

Path towards Hayle harbour

Modal filter on path towards Hayle station

Bridleway towards Copperhouse

Junction of bridleways and byway, Hayle

Modal filters on the bridge over the Old Railway Siding between Hayle harbour and station

The Old Railway Siding between Hayle harbour and station - now asphalted

The Old Railway Siding between Hayle harbour and station - now asphalted

Modal filter on the bridge over the former tramway to Hayle harbour

Byway to Hayle station (right) and modal filter towards Copperhouse (left)

Byway towards Hayle station

Start of shared-use route from Lelant to Carbis Bay

Mysterious No Motor Vehicles sign - the track is totally blocked off to cyclists and pedestrians too, and it doesn't go anywhere.

Start of bridleway south from Connor Downs

Bridleway south from Roseworthy

Start of bridleways south from Roseworthy

According to Amazon's sat-navs, this is a useable through road. It doesn't usually go well.

Lane with 24-hour CCTV to deter fly-tipping and sexual activities...

Lane between the old and new A30

Barrier and modal filter to avoid it.

Modal filter by the boating lake, Helston

A dropped kerb and a bit of widening would allow cyclists to escape the A394 and go up Grange Road instead.

Link to the A394 - but most cyclists will do better to turn left up Grange Road.

This lane allows cyclists to avoid the A394 roundabout - but the slalom in the middle is too awkward.

This lane allows cyclists to avoid the A394 roundabout - but the slalom in the middle is too awkward.

This lane allows cyclists to avoid the A394 roundabout - but the slalom in the middle is too awkward.

Road converted to one-way for motor-vehicles with a two-way shared-use path.

Shared-use path by the A390

Shared-use path past Truro's new Lidl supermarket

Inadequate crossing of the A390 at Truro's new Lidl supermarket

New shared-use path (the sign is around the corner ahead) and zig-zag ramp to Truro's new Lidl supermarket

NCN route 3 crossing the A390 in Truro - no traffic lights, so good luck. There's a light-controlled crossing at Sainsbury's, not far to the west.

Route signs at the inadequate crossing of NCN route 3 over the A390

NCN route 3 leaving Truro to the west

Cycle parking at Truro's new Lidl supermarket

Inadequate crossing of the busy A390 to reach the Newham Trail, Truro

Proper crossing of the busy A390 needed to the Newham Trail, Truro

Two Shared Path signs on the route towards Truro station

Shared-use link towards Truro station

Turn left and use the Inadequate crossing of the busy A390 to reach Truro station

Modal filter and access to County Hall from the Newham Trail, Truro

Junction to County Hall from the Newham Trail

Start of the Newham Trail, Truro (a cycleway, though shown as a footpath on OpenCycleMap)

Shared-use path at the start of the Newham Trail in Truro

Inadequate crossing of the busy A390 to reach Truro station (Merge in Turn seems to refer to cars, although they've already merged by this point, but it might refer to cyclists towards the hospital filtering in.)

Two route signs on the edge of Truro

Cut-through with steps in Truro

Definitely pedestrians only.

Pop-up space in the centre of Truro, now with a ramped platform for easier boarding of buses.

Modal filter to the left but not to the right, oddly.

Lots of space created for cycle parking, and this is it? One cycle hoop?

Potential riverside route out of Truro.

Temporary closure on potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

Potential riverside route into Truro to the right

Foot bridge, Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

End of potential riverside route into Truro

Start of potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through in Truro

Cut-through in Truro

Cut-through in Truro

Bridleway north of Gweek

Bridleway north of Gweek

Junction safety improvement and route sign to Saint Agnes - to be superseded when the Saints Trail opens in 2023.

Route sign from Saint Agnes to Truro - to be superseded when the Saints Trail opens in 2023.

Route sign to Saint Agnes - to be superseded when the Saints Trail opens in 2023.

The Saints Trail under construction from Sevenmilestone to the future A30 bridge at Chiverton

The Saints Trail under construction from Sevenmilestone to the future A30 bridge at Chiverton

Cornwall Council says that the St Agnes to Sevenmilestone section of the Saints Trail opened in December 2022 so it must be true. No signage yet.

Busy Starbucks at the A30 Chiverton interchange - no cycle parking, predictably

End of shared-use cycleway from the A30 Chiverton interchange

End of shared-use path from the A30 Chiverton interchange, with bank holiday cyclists

Route from the A30 Chiverton interchange towards Chacewater

Route sign towards Truro from the A30 Chiverton interchange

Route from Truro to the A30 Chiverton interchange (due to be replaced by a bridge by the end of 2023)

Gate and route sign on the route from the A30 interchange towards Truro

Route sign from the A30 interchange towards Truro (after I turned it to point the right way)

Start of shared-use path at the Chiverton A30 interchange - a traffic-free bridge is promised by the end of 2023.

Crossing of the busy A30 at the Chiverton interchange - a traffic-free bridge is promised by the end of 2023.

Crossing of the busy A30 at the Chiverton interchange - a traffic-free bridge is promised by the end of 2023.

End of shared-use path by the A30 Chiverton interchange - this bit might conceivably be used by a few crazed Land's End-John O'Groats riders using the A30, but no-one else.

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