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Not sure what this cyclists dismount sign is for. Tiny private access road that the cycleway crosses. https://t.co/qKfhZAd3Qm

Route sign to the left avoiding the steps on this short-cut from Whitstable station to the town centre.

Cycle parking and route sign at Whitstable station

Sign for NCN route 1 (the Crab & Winkle Way) from Whitstable towards Canterbury.

Start of on-road cycle lane at the end of the off-road Crab & Winkle Way.

The Crab & Winkle Way is to the left - but the route to the right is more direct.

Cut-through where the former Crab & Winkle line is severed by a road and railway

Zig-zig left where the former Crab & Winkle line is severed by a road and railway

Zig-zig left where the former Crab & Winkle line is severed by a road and railway

The easiest route into Whitstable is to turn left off the Crab & Winkle Way here.

Path from the Crab & Winkle Way to The Whitstable School

NCN route 1 towards London turns east off the Crab and Winkle Way into Whitstable and goes the wrong way before crossing the A2990 and coming back on the far side.

Decent permeability on the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) into Whitstable

Crossing to minor cul de sac on the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) into Whitstable

Start of the last off-road section of the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) into Whitstable

Cycle lane leading to the last off-road section of the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) into Whitstable

Narrow A-frame where the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) turns off the road in South Street

Sustrans 'milepost' and narrow A-frame where the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) joins the road through South Street

The Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) crossing the A299 (Thanet Way)

Keep left here on the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1)

Keep left here on the Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1)

Sustrans 'milepost' off the actual Crab and Winkle route (NCN route 1)

The Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) turns 90° left here to finally join the actual Crab and Winkle railway route.

The Crab and Winkle Way (NCN route 1) turns 90° right here off the ancient Salt Way and then 90° left to finally join the actual Crab and Winkle railway route.

This Sustrans 'milepost' has totally changed colour since 2005.

Route sign where the Crab & Winkle Way (NCN route 1) crosses a farm road.

Keep right on the Crab & Winkle Way (NCN route 1) to skirt the farm.

Notice to users of the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1)

Gate on the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) and to the right a farm track that links to a bridleway and then a road.

The Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) heading north from Canterbury

This Sustrans 'milepost' has totally changed its colours since 2005.

Cyclists on the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) have to give way to road traffic, horses and pedestrians.

From this point (at the church of St Cosmus and St Damian) the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) is properly surfaced into Canterbury

Bridge on the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) heading north from the University of Kent at Canterbury

One of the many Sustrans 'mileposts' (they're rarely a mile apart) on NCN route 1 in Kent

Route sign on the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) heading north from the University of Kent at Canterbury

Start of the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) heading north from the University of Kent at Canterbury

NCN route 1 entering Canterbury

Cyclist on NCN route 1 heading towards Canterbury cathedral

NCN route 1 entering Canterbury

Signs for NCN route 1 past Canterbury City Council offices

Swing left here on NCN route 1 entering Canterbury

Swing left at the junction ahead on NCN route 1

Modal filter on NCN route 1 entering Canterbury

Modal filter on NCN route 1 entering Canterbury

Awkward route for NCN route 1 out of Canterbury

Turn right for NCN route 1 out of Canterbury

Junction of NCN route 1 and the route from Canterbury to Sturry

NCN route 1 towards Canterbury

Footpath crossing NCN route 1 (unsigned)

Route sign and No Motor Vehicles except for access on NCN route 1, Canterbury

Small route sign for NCN route 1 at Westgate Towers, Canterbury

Alternative variant of NCN route 1 on the edge of the University of Kent

NCN route 1 rejoins the road here, although the path ahead could obviously be shared use.

This cycleway (NCN route 1) is no use if you want to go straight on towards Woolf or Darwin Colleges - best stay on the road.

NCN route 1 on the University of Kent campus.

Crossing on NCN route 1 on the University of Kent campus.

Gap in cycleway (NCN route 1) because pedestrians might be crossing it.

Secure cycle parking and scooters on the University of Kent campus

Start of cycleway (NCN route 1) from the University of Kent to the city centre

Well lit segregated route (NCN route 1) into the University of Kent campus

Routes on the University of Kent campus

NCN route 1 entering the University of Kent campus

Bridleway crossing NCN route 1 to the University of Kent

Sign for NCN route 1 towards the University of Kent

Sign for NCN route 1 towards the University of Kent

NCN route 1 swings right, parallel to the old Crab & Winkle line; ahead is a footpath

Turn left on NCN route 1

Cyclists Dismount on NCN route 1 to go under the railway

Cyclists Dismount on NCN route 1 to go under the railway

Cyclists Dismount on NCN route 1 to go under the railway

NCN route 1 from Canterbury West station and the University of Kent towards the city centre

Barriers and bypass on NCN route 1 towards Canterbury West station and the University of Kent

NCN route 1 towards Canterbury West station and the University of Kent

Crossing on NCN route 1 towards Canterbury West station and the University of Kent

Start of off-road section of NCN route 1 towards Canterbury West station and the University of Kent

Road crossing on NCN route 1 south from the University of Kent to central Canterbury - it doesn't really work northbound.

The route to the university is signed coming from the west, but not from the east, which seems more important.

No indication that the variant of NCN route 1 via the University of Kent forks right here.

No Motor Vehicles except for access (which seems to include quite a lot of vehicles) on the King's Mile, Canterbury

Cyclists on NCN route 1 follow the one-way system to the right.

No - it's a one-way system, cyclists on NCN route 1 have to go to the left here.

Modal filter and road crossing on NCN route 1, Canterbury

Contraflow cycle lane and road crossing on NCN route 1, Canterbury

Start of Falala Way (NCN route 1), Canterbury

Bollard where cyclists turn right from the contraflow lane to Falala Way (NCN route 1), Canterbury

Route marker for NCN route 1 by the Dolphin pub, Canterbury

Route sign on NCN route 1, Canterbury

Route sign where NCN route 1 leaves Harlow - it looks as if it's on the road, but in fact there's a shared-use path on the other side of the road.

NCN route 1 crosses the road and continues on the far side leaving Harlow

Route signs and crossing on NCN route 1, Harlow

Road crossing on NCN route 1, Harlow

Route sign for cycleway on the other side of the road, with no easy way to reach it.

Segregated cycleway, NCN route 1, Harlow

Segregated cycleway, NCN route 1, Harlow

Crossing on NCN route 1, Harlow

NCN route 1 turns left here - it's far too easy to go straight on.

Attractive stretch of NCN route 1 with the modern road well to the left.

Route signs on NCN route 1, Harlow

NCN route 1 seems to have priority over the road into Harlow hospital

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