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Fork right on NCN route 1 west from Burnham Market

Vintage road sign on NCN route 1

Route signs on NCN route 1 at Burnham Thorpe

Route sign for NCN route 1 entering Wells-next-the-Sea (not as shown on OpenCycleMap)

NCN route 1 turns right off the main road out of Little Walsingham

Route sign on NCN route 1 entering Little Walsingham

Route sign for NCN 1 towards Little Walsingham - no mention of the parallel route on the former railway just to the left.

You could scramble up from NCN route 1 to the walkable section of the former railway to Walsingham here, but the actual cycle link is 200m further on.

Route sign for NCN route 1 heading south from Little Walsingham

Cycle parking in the centre of Little Walsingham

Route sign for NCN route 1 in Little Walsingham

The Anglican (Anglo-Catholic) shrine at Little Walsingham - no cycle parking

Route signs, Little Walsingham

Route sign on NCN route 1 (on the wrong side of the road)

NCN route 1 turns left here to enter Little Walsingham

Fork left here on NCN route 1 in Great Walsingham

Route sign on NCN route 1 at the Great Walsingham ford

NCN route 1 crosses this bridge by the Great Walsingham ford

Turn right on NCN route 1 in Great Walsingham (much smaller than Little Walsingham)

Junction of NCN routes 1 and 30 (to the right, 37 miles to Norwich)

NCN route 1 turns right (and route 30 heads to the left) in the distance

NCN route 1 forks left off the main Walsingham road here

Route sign for the Wells-next-the-Sea/Holkham Hall loop of NCN route 1, with the direct route to the left

Route sign on NCN route 1, Wighton (with the Wells-next-the-Sea/Holkham Hall loop to the left/north here)

NCN route 1 crossing the B1105 (although OpenCycleMap shows it further to the north)

Signs at the junction of the main NCN route 1 and the loop through Holkham Hall and Wells-next-the-Sea

The South Gates of Holkham Hall - pedestrians and cyclists can enter freely through a gate to the right

Signs at the junction of the main NCN route 1 and the loop through Holkham Hall and Wells-next-the-Sea

Route from the obelisk at Holkham Hall to the South Gates (on the loop of NCN route 1 through Holkham Hall and Wells-next-the-Sea) - only used by cycles, coaches and estate traffic

Sign for the loop of NCN route 1 through Holkham Hall and Wells-next-the-Sea

Sign for the loop of NCN route 1 through Holkham Hall and Wells-next-the-Sea

Half-hidden signs for NCN route 1 in Burnham Market

Route sign for NCN route 1 in Burnham Market

Restricted byway north from NCN route 1

Route sign on NCN route 1

Route sign on NCN route 1

Route sign on NCN route 1

Signs on NCN route 1

Fork left on NCN route 1 to head west from Ringstead

Turn right on NCN route 1, or left on the Peddars Way cyclists' route

Route sign on NCN 1 (and the Peddars Way cyclists' route)

Route sign on NCN 1 (and the Peddars Way cyclists' route)

Right turn on the cyclists' Peddars Way route (and NCN1 coming from the west and turning left/north)

Sandringham - a big café (and toilets) right on NCN route 1, but there's no sign of any cycle stands.

Sustrans NCN marker where NCN route 1 crosses the A149

Gates have been removed and there's no reason not to take the direct route.

NCN route 1 on the private road through the Castle Rising estate

North Wootton village hall - a nice new expanse of gravel but not a single cycle stand.

New paved link past North Wootton village hall

There's no need for these barriers on NCN route 1 - there's an alternative path in the background.

New link on a desire line from NCN route 1, King's Lynn

Sign needed for NCN route 1 (to the left) towards King's Lynn

NCN route 1 past South Wootton church

Link to new housing development from the Sandringham Railway Path (NCN 1) in King's Lynn

Route signs at the junction towards the Bawsey Drain cycleway from the Sandringham Railway Path (NCN 1) in King's Lynn

Link to NCN route 1 on the Sandringham Railway Path, King's Lynn

Link from NCN route 1 to Harding's Pits, Kings Lynn

Link from NCN route 1 to South Lynn

NCN route 1 passing beneath the A47 to reach Kings Lynn

NCN route 1 south from Kings Lynn - the path to the left goes to an apparently locked gate into the paper works

Right turn on NCN route 1 towards Kings Lynn

Left turn on NCN route 1 towards Kings Lynn

Right turn on NCN route 1 towards Kings Lynn

Left turn on NCN route 1 towards Kings Lynn

Junction of NCN routes 1 and 11

T-junction at the junction of NCN routes 1 and 11

NCN route 1 south of King's Lynn

NCN route 1 south of King's Lynn

Sign for NCN route 1 - turn right on the main shopping street and give way to pedestrians

Sign for NCN route 1 (& a historic crane, I think, projecting over the street)

Sign for NCN route 1

Signs for NCN route 1 north and south

Contraflow cycling ahead - but NCN route 1 turns right here.

Contraflow cycling ahead - but NCN route 1 turns right here.

Presumably a sign for NCN route 1, Lowestoft

NCN route 1 leaving Lowestoft - the signs say shared-use, on the ground it looks segregated. Also a link to shops.

NCN route 1 entering Lowestoft - the signs say shared-use, on the ground it looks segregated

No Entry except for Cycles - a short loop on NCN route 1 to Lowestoft bridge.

Shared-use footway towards Lowestoft bridge on NCN routes 1 and 30

Modal filter and toucan crossing on NCN route 1, Lowestoft

With a dropped kerb, this could be a route for NCN route 1 to Lowestoft station

Route sign, Lowestoft - according to OpenCycleMap this is NCN route 1

Cut-through to NCN route 1, Lowestoft

Crossing and barrier on NCN route 1, Lowestoft

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This is Sustrans’ no 1 path [NCN 1] but not surfaced. Children, dog walkers & cyclists enjoy this path but it is impassable for those using a wheelchair with clip-on handbike or adaptive cycle

These barriers don't permit cycle trailers

Open up access to this bridge over the A1 for users of NCN 1. This saves having to cross a busy 3 lane road and then climb a steep hill.

Matching Tye sounds like an Ian Dury song... Well, this is Essex, on NCN route 1.

Some wonderfully adroit sculpture provides handy cycle parking here in Dover for this cyclist who's about to swim over the channel to France (not shown). https://allpoetry.com/A-Shropshire-Lad #86175

A view from ncn 1 over Gillingham Reach towards the Isle of Grain. https://www.vizitit.com/PVDetail?PVId=1776

Ferry to North Shields, which takes bikes

Ferry at North Shields takes 10 cycles

NCN along the coast

Route marker on NCN route 1

Route arrows at the junction of NCN routes 1 and 48

No cycling on the embankment by the harbour of Wells-next-the-Sea - NCN route 1 is on the road to the right/west.

No Cycling sign on the embankment by the harbour of Wells-next-the-Sea - NCN route 1 is on the road to the left/west.

Cyclists clearly use this track parallel to NCN route 1 into Wells-next-the-Sea

NCN route 1 in Holkham National Nature Reserve

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