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Sustrans 'milepost' by the off-road route from Lydd to Rye (NCN route 2) - on the county boundary where the asphalt runs out

The off-road route from Lydd to Rye (NCN route 2) crossing another minor side road.

The off-road route from Lydd to Rye (NCN route 2) is diverted to allow a 'safe' crossing of this minor side road.

The off-road route from Lydd to Rye (NCN route 2) is diverted to allow a 'safe' crossing of a minor side road.

The off-road route from Lydd to Rye (NCN route 2) is diverted to allow a 'safe' crossing of a minor side road.

Roadside section of the off-road route from Lydd to Rye (bridleway and NCN route 2)

Decent off-road route from Lydd to Rye (bridleway and NCN route 2)

Decent off-road route from Lydd to Rye (bridleway and NCN route 2)

Decent off-road route from Lydd to Rye (bridleway and NCN route 2)

Start of decent off-road route from Lydd to Rye (bridleway and NCN route 2)

Start of decent off-road route from Lydd to Rye (bridleway and NCN route 2)

Awful stretch on NCN route 2 on the wrong side of the road - the decent off-road route begins on the far side.

Crossing to traffic-free section of NCN route 2 from Lydd to Rye

NCN route 2 leaving Lydd

Route signs on NCN route 2, Lydd

Turn right in central Lydd on NCN route 2

Signs for NCN route 2, Lydd

Signs for NCN route 2, Lydd

Byway to the beach and coast path

Fork left for Lydd and Rye

Byway signs between Lydd and Dengemarsh

Track towards Lydd-on-Sea

Byway from Dengemarsh Beach to Lydd

Byway to Dengemarsh Beach

Dungeness - head for that low tower

Alternative to the shingle beach west from Dungeness - head for that low tower.

End of concrete track west from the Dungeness nuclear power stations

Cycleable coastal path past the Dungeness nuclear power stations

Start of concrete path (below to the left) to Dungeness

End of the concrete path past the Dungeness nuclear power stations - you can push a bike up onto the embankment

Signs for the coastal path, Dungeness

Coastal path past Dungeness nuclear power stations - it is possible to take a bike this way, with some pushing.

Short-cut (left) and road past the lighthouses and pub (right), Dungeness

Prospect Cottage and Derek Jarman's garden - no cycle parking, but that's ok.

Entering the Dungeness Estate (20mph zone)

Turn left for Dungeness - unsigned

Level crossing, Lydd-on-Sea (on the narrow-gauge Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway)

End of the sea wall route towards Dungeness

The sea wall towards Dungeness

Lower section of sea wall south from Dymchurch

Gate and a lot of sand and shingle on the lower section of sea wall south from Dymchurch

Lower section of sea wall south from Dymchurch

The sea wall, Dymchurch, with Dungeness power station in the distance

Access to the sea wall south of the Martello Tower, Dymchurch

Access to the sea wall, Dymchurch

Ramp to the sea wall, Dymchurch

You wait ages for a link from the cycleway on top of the sea wall, then two come along together.

One of the rare links from the cycleway on top of the sea wall

Share the Path sign - only really necessary because there's a barrier ahead.

A ramp to the cycleway on top of the sea wall - but it's not easy to cross the A259 here.

A ramp to the cycleway on top of the sea wall - but it's not easy to cross the A259 here.

No easy access to the cycleway on top of the sea wall.

No easy access to the cycleway on top of the sea wall.

No easy access to the cycleway on top of the sea wall.

The new shared-use path comes to an end here

Shared-use path past new housing development

New roundabout, not yet on online mapping or satellite imaging - with End of Cycleway sign.

The shared-use path is clearly being extended beyond this sign.

Cyclists Dismount sign at a bus stop by the A259

Shared-us path by the A259

Cycle route sign towards the Martello Lakes and another crossing of the RHDR railway

Shared-use path by the A259

Sign for the link from the coast to Hythe

Cyclists Dismount sign at this bus stop, with a shared-use path across the A259

Cyclists Dismount sign for the RHDR railway crossing on the link from the coast to NCN route 2 and Hythe

Potentially useful link

Route from the coast towards NCN route 2 and Hythe

Cyclists Dismount for the crossing of the RHDR railway

Sign for the coast path only on the link from NCN route 2 to the coast

Cycleway to Hythe via the Royal Military Canal

Very precise route marker on NCN route 2 by the Royal Military Canal

Link across the Royal Military Canal from NCN route 2 towards the coast

Keep right on NCN route 2 for Lydd and Rye, or turn left for the coast route to Dymchurch and Dungeness

NCN route 2 alongside the Royal Military Canal

Almost useless bike stands by the Royal Military Canal

Barriers where NCN route 2 rejoins the Royal Military Canal

Turn right on NCN route 2 towards Hythe and Folkestone

No Cycling ahead - NCN route 2 turns left to rejoin the Royal Military Canal

This is not NCN route 2 - that's on the other side of the Royal Military Canal

Lots of car parking at Hythe station (for the narrow-gauge steam railway to Dungeness) but no sign of cycle parking

Bike sharing station, Hythe (still closed for the winter?)

Road crossing on NCN route 2 towards Hythe and Folkestone

Cross the road and turn right on NCN route 2, Hythe

Cycle stands, another Sustrans 'milepost' by NCN route 2 and footbridge over the Royal Military Canal, Hythe

No Cycling left/Shared Use right - start off-road section of NCN route 2 by the Royal Military Canal, Hythe

No Cycling sign ahead and road crossing on NCN route 2, Hythe

No Cycling sign ahead and road crossing on NCN route 2, Hythe

Swing right on NCN route 2 by the Royal Military Canal, Hythe

Start of off-road section of NCN route 2 by the Royal Military Canal, Hythe

Sign to off-road path for NCN route 2, Hythe

Sustrans 'milepost' (about 200 metres from the next one) by NCN route 2, Hythe

Sustrans 'milepost' (about 200 metres from the next one) by NCN route 2, Hythe

NCN route 2 west by the Royal Military Canal

Sustrans 'milepost' (about 200 metres from the next one) by NCN route 2, Hythe

Modal filter on NCN route 2 south to Hythe Beach

Link from NCN route 2 to central Hythe

Modal filter on route east by the Royal Military Canal, Hythe

Link west from NCN route 2, Hythe

NCN route 2, Hythe

Link west from NCN route 2 in Hythe

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