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Racks next to a charging point.

The Quay, Harwich

Harwich

Electric Palace, Harwich https://electricpalace.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_Palace_Cinema,_Harwich

A Treadwheel Crane dating from the seventeenth century. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treadwheel_crane

National Cycle Network, Harwich.

Coastal Way towards the faux Banksy on the pill box in the distance.

End of the Essex Way.

End of the Essex Way.

Church Street, Harwich.

Church Street, Harwich.

Steps from the ferry at Harwich.

A Banksy style by the pill box on the coastal cycle path at Harwich. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-58270629 The consensus is that this is not a real Banksy because the detail is nowhere near sharp enough.

Access to Harwich International station is easy from the ferry, but from the outside world you have to go through a security post here, then right and left (all unsigned).

Access to the Harwich International ferry terminal - access to Harwich International railway station is not signed, but it's the next exit to the right, through a security post.

There's no dropped kerb at the start of cycle route out of the Harwich International ferry terminal

A cut-through here would create a useful alternative route to the Harwich International ferry terminal

There's an unsigned route to the Harwich International ferry terminal around to the right.

Rejoin the carriageway towards Harwich International ferry terminal

The only shared-use route is across the road and to the left

Link left to the cycle route to Harwich International ferry terminal

Toucan crossings south of Harwich International ferry terminal

Cycleway north on the footway, south moving to the carriageway

I don't think there's a sign here for the cycle route to Harwich International ferry terminal

End of cycleway on the original route of the railway to Harwich, before it was diverted in 1883 via the Parkeston Quay ferry terminal.

The cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

The cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

Junction on the cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

Junction on the cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

The cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

No sign at Dovercourt station at the start of the route to Harwich International ferry terminal

Sign at Dovercourt station for the route to Harwich International ferry terminal

NCN route 51 and EuroVelo routes 2 and 12 southwest from Harwich

Supposedly cycling isn't allowed on the ramp down to NCN route 51 along the promenade

Cyclists towards Harwich keep left here; cyclists out of Harwich can go to the right then cut back along the promenade - or contiue behind the camera.

NCN route 51 leaving Cliff Park, Harwich

There's a short stretch of shared-use footway to link from Cliff Park to Barrack Lane avoiding the B1352.

It's not obvious in this direction, but there's a short stretch of shared-use footway to link from Barrack Lane to Cliff Park avoiding the B1352.

The obvious route for NCN route 51 out of Harwich

Route signs on NCN route 51, Harwich

The obvious route for NCN route 51 out of Harwich

Cyclists on NCN route 51 are supposed to dismount, turn very sharply right and walk down to the road. When there's an obvious route straight ahead (ie behind the camera).

Cyclists on NCN route 51 are supposed to dismount, turn very sharply right and walk down to the road. When there's an obvious route straight ahead.

Poor surface on NCN route 51 at Harwich Maritime Museum

Classic Sustrans - there's a good route to the right, but cycles have to take the bumpy narrow path to the left.

Footpath ahead - NCN route 51 turns left here to enter Harwich

Classic Sustrans - there's a good route to the left, but cycles have to take the bumpy narrow path to the right.

Two small signs where NCN route 51 turns left to leave Harwich

Sign for NCN route 51 in Harwich

It's just possible to wheel a bike through Harwich churchyard

Sign for NCN route 51 in Harwich

Sign to the Harwich Foot and Bicycle Ferry

Sign for NCN route 51 on Harwich's (very quiet) one-way system

NCN route 51 arrow opposite the pier for the Harwich Foot and Bicycle Ferry

It's definitely a foot and bicycle ferry from Harwich to Shotley and Felixstowe.

Map of the cycle route from Harwich and Dovercourt to Harwich International ferry terminal (aka Parkeston Quay)

Cycleroute from Harwich to Cambridge, passing near Hawkedon: http://connect.garmin.com/course/4898400 . After the saddle broke the Environmental Transport Association - ETA - kindly helped to find a taxi (and promised to reimburse the £ ... [more]

A hill between Brinkley and Great Bradley on a quiet cycle route from Cambridge to Harwich (http://connect.garmin.com/course/4898400). Compare this road's width to a Dutch style cycleway #53540

Stenaline ferry to Holland in Harwich port from Shotley Location: , Shotley Gate (England, United Kingdom)

Bike attached to the Harwich Foot Ferry; secured by a rope tie and "wheel bender".

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