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Shared-use bridge from Newton Abbot town quay to the racecourse - perhaps the future route of NCN route 2

The end of the bridge from Newton Abbot racecourse - ahead to the east side of town, sharp route for NCN route 28 to Dartmoor.

Route from Newton Abbot cycle bridge under the railway to the racecourse and Kingsteignton.

Route from Newton Abbot cycle bridge under the railway to the racecourse and Kingsteignton.

Shared-use bridge from Newton Abbot racecourse to the town - possible future route of NCN route 2

The route from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot leaving the racecourse and passing beneath the railway.

Two more bridges on the route past the racecourse from Newton Abbot to Kingsteignton (in Hackney Marshes nature reserve)

Sign about temporary closures when races are running at Newton Abbot racecourse - this is well managed at York racecourse, there's no reason to close the route for more than a few minutes at a time.

Turn right on the route past the racecourse from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot - to the left is a cycle path that loops to a housing estate, but the sign suggests it may one day form NCN route 2.

The route past the racecourse from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot (in Hackney Marshes nature reserve)

Bridge on the route past the racecourse from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot (in Hackney Marshes nature reserve)

Start of asphalt surface for about a hundred metres including a bridge - the route past the racecourse from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot has a pretty decent surface otherwise.

The route past the racecourse from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot

Start of route past the racecourse from Kingsteignton to Newton Abbot

Temporary cycle parking by the park in Dawlish

Temporary cycle parking by the park in Dawlish (and permanent stands across the road)

Parking at the tourist information & toilets, Dawlish

Dead-end footway in Dawlish - NCN route 2 ends here, with the options of continuing on the A road through Teignmouth or taking some steep lanes inland to Newton Abbot.

No cycling on the promenade at Dawlish - NCN route 2 ends here, with the options of continuing on the A road through Teignmouth or taking some steep lanes inland to Newton Abbot.

Shared-use footpath on NCN route 2 at Dawlish station - but it ends at this roundabout, with the options of continuing on the A road through Teignmouth or taking some steep lanes inland to Newton Abbot.

Cross to the left on NCN route 2 at Dawlish station - but it ends at this roundabout, with the options of continuing on the A road through Teignmouth or taking some steep lanes inland to Newton Abbot.

Narrow shared-use path opposite Dawlish station on NCN route 2

NCN route 2 in Dawlish - you can ride up the road, or take this route with steps and a wheeling gulley.

NCN route 2 in Dawlish - you can ride down the road, or take this route with steps and a wheeling gulley.

Sharp right for the steps and wheeling gulley down to Dawlish station on NCN route 3 - or you can ride down the road; there's a dead-end path ahead.

NCN route 2 in Dawlish - you can ride down the road, or take this route with steps and a wheeling gulley.

Shared-use route beside the A379 into Dawlish on NCN route 2

Shared-use route beside the A379 into Dawlish on NCN route 2 - careful through that archway!

Shared-use route beside the A379 into Dawlish on NCN route 2

Shared-use route beside the A379 into Dawlish on NCN route 2

End of shared-use route beside the A379 leaving Dawlish on NCN route 2 - turn right for the sealed bridleway to Dawlish Warren.

Start of shared-use route beside the A379 into Dawlish on NCN route 2

Steep slope ahead at the end of the bridleway from Dawlish Warren to Dawlish on NCN route 2

Steep slope ahead at the end of the bridleway from Dawlish Warren to Dawlish on NCN route 2

The coast path to Dawlish is to the left, the cycle route to the right.

NCN route 2 from Dawlish Warren to Dawlish

NCN route 2 north towards Dawlish Warren

NCN route 2 south from Dawlish Warren

NCN route 2 south from Dawlish Warren station

NCN route 2 south from Dawlish Warren station

Bike rental and parking at Dawlish Warren station

NCN route 2 crosses the entry to Dawlish Warren station here.

It's not really clear, but cyclists on NCN route 2 can move on to the shared-use footway here to turn left at the roundabout.

On-road lanes for NCN route 2 in Dawlish Warren

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway - end of shared-use footway entering Dawlish Warren on NCN route 2

Shared-use footway entering Dawlish Warren on NCN route 2

End of shared-use footway on NCN route 2 north from Dawlish Warren

NCN route 2 entering Dawlish Warren, continuing on a shared-use footway for a bit.

Crossing on NCN route 2 north from Dawlish Warren

NCN route 2 from Dawlish Warren towards Starcross

NCN route 2 towards Dawlish Warren

Start of new section of NCN route 2 away from the road (and a Castle class GWR train)

Signs warn of telephone poles in the shared-use path

Start of off-road section of NCN route 2 south from Cockwood

Cyclists by Cockwood harbour on NCN route 2

Route signs and end of shared-use section of NCN route 2

NCN route 2 by Cockwood Harbour - briefly shared-use footway by the A379, then on the road to the left.

NCN route 2 crossing the A379 at Cockwood harbour

NCN route 2 north towards Starcross

NCN route 2 south of Starcross

Segregated section of NCN route 2 leaving Starcross

It's not obvious, but cyclists on NCN route 2 (the Exe Estuary Trail) should cross the speed ramp to the right.

Modal filter off NCN route 2 in Starcross

Backstreet route for NCN route 2 through Starcross, avoiding a very narrow section of the A379

Backstreet route for NCN route 2 through Starcross, avoiding a very narrow section of the A379

Backstreet route for NCN route 2 through Starcross, avoiding a very narrow section of the A379

You can either brave a very narrow section of the A379 through Starcross, or cross here to follow NCN route 2 through some backstreets.

You can either brave a very narrow section of the A379 through Starcross, or cross here to follow NCN route 2 through some backstreets.

Stepped access to the Exmouth ferry at Starcross station (and cycle parking)

End of an off-road section of NCN route 2 at Starcross station

Off-road section of NCN route 2 to Starcross

Birdwatcher's car at the end of an off-road section of NCN route 2 from Starcross

Birdwatcher's car at the start of an off-road section of NCN route 2 to Starcross

Route signs at the end of the segregated riverside stretch of NCN route 2.

The end of the segregated riverside stretch of NCN route 2

Shared-use bridge over the railway at the end of the segregated riverside stretch of NCN route 2

Shared-use bridge over the railway on NCN route 2

Beware pedestrians joining NCN route 2 at the shared-use bridge over the railway.

NCN route 2 by the Exe, with the bridge over the railway visible ahead.

Gated footpath parallel to NCN route 2 by the Exe

Tandem-length cycle stands by NCN route 2 at the southern end of the Exeter Canal

NCN route 2 (to the left) at the southern end of the Exeter Canal

NCN route 2 at the southern end of the Exeter Canal

Speed humps and central passageway on NCN route 2

NCN route 2 segregated from car parking

Gated footpath parallel to NCN route 2

The Topsham ferry - £1.50. plus 70p for a bike

NCN route 2 and parallel footpath passing the Topsham ferry

NCN route 2 to the right, gated footpath to the left

NCN route 2 passing beneath the M5 motorway.

Turn right and cross the bridge before crossing the old Exeter bypass on NCN route 2

NCN route 2 crossing the old Exeter bypass

Two-stage cycle crossing on NCN route 2 at the old Exeter bypass

Remove the zig zag guardrails, which impede movement of bikes, wheelchairs, etc. NB this is NCN route 4 and EuroVelo2

A ride along ncr 2 from Puncknowle ends up at Seaton's tramway station. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seaton_Tramway

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

It’s a sunny evening in Gosport’s Falklands Gardens as a cyclist arrives after a ride down ncn 224 from Alton. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Coventry_(D118)

On The Path Location: South Hayling, Havant District (England, UK)

Comet Corner cycling Rest Area, on NCN2. Adopted by cyclebognor and other local cycling communities. Even has its own Facebook page!

A cyclist encounters some ponies standing in the sun while riding across the New Forest from Christchurch to Southampton.

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