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Another view of #194679, but looking along Paisley Road. Are we meant to cycle on the carriageway or the footway? Turning into the side road at the next junction.

Another LCN cycle route sign, back on the main road. See also #194680.

The LCN cycle route at the rear of Bellfield Court.

The LCN cycle route takes the path between Bellfield Crescent and Bellfield Court. Parking across this entrance could be a problem.

Cycle route on path between Graham Street and Bellfield Crescent.

Signs for the LCN cycle route, without the LCN branding, and one for the nearby railway station. One mile to Neilston station is a bit optimistic, and it is up a big hill!

The LCN cycle route goes from this path to the path diagonally opposite, next to the signpost.

Bollards on back lane behind Graham Street, and the LCN cycle route turns right.

A recommended route for cycling that is also a dead end? This needs an 'except cycles' plate.

A route sign for the LCN cycle route pointing the wrong way.

Barnes Street at John Street, where the LCN cycle route turns to join the main road, since the way through the back streets has come to an end.

The LCN cycle route in Barnes Street. Heading straight ahead and turning into Kerr Street is probably at least as quick.

The LCN cycle route in Cogan Street.

Leaving McDiarmid Park.

LCN route signs in McDiarmid Park. The park is at the back of a big retail park which is accessed from Kelburn Street and via some steps from Blackwood Street.

The cycle route goes into McDiarmid Park.

The Neilston to Barrhead cycle route turns off Kelburn Street, which leads into the centre of Barrhead, and takes to the back streets. Further signs are branded "LCN" but this one is not. Also visible is part of Barrhead's abandoned … [more]

Signs for cycle route LCN in Barrhead. Unclear whether the route uses the main road here (that the route has been avoiding along the rest of its length) or the footway.

Former road on top of causeway is now a cycleway and has recently been cut and cleared back to its full width. If you can fit through the narrow (600mm?) gaps at each end, it's a worthwhile alternative to the parallel back roads and … [more]

Cycle tracks through this small park are a hub on the local cycling network. Leaves are swept up but the surfaces have been left to get rather uneven.

North end of bridge over the railway to the Hardwick Industrial Estate. Unnecessarily tight slalom barriers at the foot both otherwise popular and well-used.

Cycle track passes over this bridge over the River Gaywood connecting the Reffley and Springwood areas.

Bawsey Drain bank cycleway. Mostly fairly narrow and vegetation out of control. Annoying pedalcatcher fences. Despite all that, still a useful way to avoid the A road past the docks!

Arncliffe and Botany Bay via Marsh Street Bridge

unnamed rockdale bicycle route, south bound

cycleroute sign to Arncliffe (South bound) prior intersection inadequately signposted.

right turn from Arncliffe street into Eden, unnamed Rockdale bicycle route

route follows Arncliffe street left to go north, Rockdale unnamed bicycle route

pointing down a main road, without the side street turn off indicated usefully. No lights to get across either

Great location for a route sign, given that it is invisible, and this intersection sucks

South bound route sign, Rockdale. Anyone care to suggest how you get to Sydney City by going south through rockdale from Arncliffe?

Bicycle route north up Roach street, unnamed Rockdale. Despite the South bound route not indicating the turn up Gore Street, the North bound route seems to go up Roach.

shared path and north bound route sign. the route is not marked south at this location or from here for at least 250m

Unnamed bicycle route Rockdale. sign severely degraded. North bound routing illegal (no lanterns, poor marking of shared use paths.) South bound routing unmarked, illegal and dangerous in its unmarked state. This is a shitty … [more]

bicycle route sign rockdale to Arncliffe and City at Walz street and Railways street

unnamed Rockdale bicycle route Railway street

unnamed rockdale bicycle route sign southbound railway street

unnamed bicycle route, Rockdale

Rockdale unnamed bicycle route, right from Roach Street into Gore Street

Rockdale unnamed bicycle route, left from Gore Street into Roach Street

Cycle route follows left. Ancient on street logos

rockdale unnamed bicycle route north up somerville street

Rockdale unnamed cycle route. Lack of adequate signage misdirects people down Fifth street

More mysterious detour sign

mysterious "DETOUR" cycle route

Blue cycle route sign, 10km/h speed limit

Absence of North bound route marking

blue bicycle routing sign

Blue bicycle route sign, fails to show that the route continues left (at a t-section)

blue bicycle route sign

Blue bicycle routing sign

Blue bicycle routing sign, bad shoulder (cars cut apex)

Blue bicycle route logo, death door zone, William Street

Bicycle route sign (blue bicycle logo)

Contra-flow cycling in Addison Gardens, approaching Shepherd's Bush

P1080060 Location: Bickley, London (England, United Kingdom)

P1080059 Location: Petts Wood, London (England, United Kingdom)

P1080054 Location: Petts Wood, London (England, United Kingdom)

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