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@hopsncheese George Street, #Huntingdon would benefit from 2 way cycling - part of @sustrans #NationalCycleNetwork route. @Huntingdon_Town views needed. @AmyBurbidge2 @Tomstukeley https://t.co/gExEvG3WKE

Bit of a (pleasing) surprise to see this large: Welcome to Milton Keynes sign from the NCN51.

NCN51 Weasel Lane crosses road

On the bridge over the Bicester and Bletchley railway line.

NCN51 surface transition.

NCN51

Sealed surface ends, Weasel Lane.

NCN51 Weasel Lane towards Winslow

NCN51 Weasel Lane

Bumpy muddy track NCN51 to Winslow.

Bletchley: home of the codebreakers

NCN51 - warning to road users of cycle crossing ahead.

NCN51 milepost in Loughton Valley Park.

NCN51 in Tattenhoe Valley Park

NCN51 milepost

NCN51 and route M

Milepost

Bridge over the Grand Union Canal, Milton Keynes Campbell Park.

Unusual compass style directions embedded in the cycleway, not exactly at the junction, but anticipating it.

Route signs in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

Onwards and Upwards totem pole in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

The NCN11 path improvements between Ditton Lane and Ditton Meadows are getting there https://t.co/Z24M75FH2P

An advisory 'NO CYCLING' sign on NCN51 through Central Milton Keynes. Cycling is not prohibited here, if it were then the round no cycling sign would have been used. What this demonstrates is the lack of a sign to suggest that cycles should ... [more]

Milton Keynes NCN51

Milton Keynes NCN51 Faded red lane and markings

Milton Keynes NCN51 Faded red lane and markings

Milton Keynes NCN51 Faded red central approach lane and markings

Faded NCN51 sign, see also #96103

Local lad makes good. Well known as a Tudor churchman and statesman, this sculpture of Wolsey reminds us of the great man's pedagogic sensibilities, as well as his love of cats. https://seeds.suttons.co.uk/gardening/Wallflower-Cloth-Of-Go ... [more]

The beach at Felixstowe getting some serious hammer on a glorious day in early August.

Statue of a man pointing at a bicycle. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BR_Standard_Class_7_70013_Oliver_Cromwell

It's pretty poor that on purpose-built new infrastructure, cyclists on NCN route 51 should have to take a sharp turn and use a zebra crossing.

Signs indicate that buses used to run through the centre of St Ives, but the bollards are fixed now (on NCN route 51)

Cyclists on NCN route 51 towards the Busway should turn left here before the roundabout.

Shared-use footway to the Hemingfords

They really don't want cycling on this paved footpath to St Ives

Odd - there was no indication of a shared-use path until it suddenly ended.

Odd - we haven't got to St Ives yet, and there's a sign on the wrong side of the road for Fenstanton and Cambridge.

Paved link from NCN route 51 - there's a barrier at the end, but no reason why this should be a footpath only.

Route signs on NCN route 51

Left-turn arrow hidden by a planning notice.

Sign for NCN route 51 to Huntingdon

Road closure in the centre of St Ives - on NCN route 51

flooding in the tunnel

Worn-out sign for NCN route 51 on the main bus route in Milton Keynes - very poor planning.

Sign for NCN route 51 where cycling is not allowed.

Excellent underpass in central Milton Keynes

There are lots of underpasses in Milton Keynes and then for some reason this flat crossing of a main road.

In a city with lots of decent segregated cycle routes, they've decided to send users of NCN route 51 up a main road with heavy bus traffic.

Cycle parking in Milton Keynes and an arrow for users of NCN route 51 to turn right - but I think they mean straight ahead.

NCN route 51 runs through the car park here.

Signage for NCN route 51 in Milton Keynes

Signage for NCN route 51 in Milton Keynes

You couldn't make it up - there are plenty of decent segregated cycleways in Milton Keynes, and Sustrans manages to find a route for NCN route 51 on whch cycling is not even allowed! See also #101701.

Sign transferring the responsibility for controlling a motor vehicle onto the foot or cycleway user.

Great to see the proposals for the ice rink include this splendid looking cycle parking. http://www.cambridgeicearena.com/ Had this when I checked on 2017/12/31: *UPDATE* Due to the discovery of unexploded WWII grenades on site, co ... [more]

A view from one of the rest stops in a nicer part of the busway section of NCR51, in Fen Drayton.

Lovely pathway between the Houghton Mill (National Trust site) and NCR 51. Looks like it has been recently resurfaced and widened. Land is under private ownership and path is permissive. Being in a flood plain it is occasionally impassable ... [more]

Even the cows are in a good mood today. https://t.co/YMaIu8AClB

New bollards on NCN51 just before it goes under the A14, near Quy

A nice new replacement bridge over the River Colne, but the signs obscure visibility of each other. Also on a round pole, rather than the square poles used elsewhere locally.

A nice replacement bridge over the River Colne, but a pity about the tactiles being the wrong type. The sign reads "Please give way to pedestrians on bridge".

I didn't appreciate it at the time, but this is the junction of NCN1 and NCN51. The sign seems to have lost an arm since #27125 was taken.

Perhaps we'll see some flowers in those unusual planters on the #ReachRide.

Useful new sign at the bottom, if I'm not mistaken.

Improbably, an erstwhile outpost of London’s north-west railway network, where, according to the poet John Betjeman: "Grass triumphs. And I must say I’m rather glad". Maybe he would have been more approving of ncn 51 that this westboun ... [more]

08_2013_37 Local cycle route near A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon [See nearby tab for other photos of this sign]

The route signs on this lamppost are very odd: why is it just alongside an arbitrary point in the road here and not at a junction? The sign at the top points to: Route 51 → King's Hedges 1¼ St Ives 13 (via the busway) the larg ... [more]

Map panel explaining how this area was once a site of ritual for dealing with the dead.

Very low arch here in central Bedford!

Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes Redway system.

Redway signs

I have no idea why these are here. This isn't on Route 51.

I have no idea why these signs have been put here. This isn't on Route 51. There is another set a few yards away, also incorrect.

@roxyfromoz @camcycle now at #thebumps @camcycle #camcycle20 http://t.co/aS0yj48NGy

NCN 12: Sandy, Bedfordshire Double scaffold & concrete post chicane. This is used by both cyclists and pedestrians. The gap space allowed is barely 1 metre in each barrier. The two sets of barriers are too close to each other. An unloa ... [more]

Lots of permeability and connectivity in this part of Sandy

NCN 51 and NCN12 leading towards the centre of Sandy (cars go a much longer way around).

For those who preferred to stay on the road rather than cross to the shared-use footway, a right-turn refuge has been provided here so there's no need to go around the roundabout.

Cyclists on NCN 51 should cross the road here to use the footway under the A1. It might be simpler just to use the road.

Mystifying cycle lane on this dead-end route - in fact NCN51 turns sharp right to follow an off-road route under the A1.

Farm road on the former Sandy-Bedford railway route leading to the A1 bridge (in the distance)

Unpaved surface leading to bridges on the Bedford to Sandy railway route

NCN route 51 climbs to regain the Bedford-Sandy railway route.

Unpaved section of NCN route 51 - only short but still surprising.

NCN51 turns 180 degrees here - so one sign suffices for both directions.

Cycle lanes on the very short stretch of this road shared with NCN51.

The actual route of the Sandy to Bedford railway was in the cutting immediately to the right/north - the cycleway is presumably on drier land.

The old Sandy to Bedford railway route taking a kink around a missing bridge.

Junction of NCN routes 12 and 51 with the old Sandy-Bedford railway route

NCN routes 12 and 51 heading down to the old Sandy-Bedford railway route

Very short section of shared-use route before the Cyclists Dismount sign at Great Barford bridge.

Cyclists are supposed to dismount and and wheel their bikes across Great Barford bridge - or use the road, of course, but beware that the one-way lights might change before you're across.

Cyclists on the very short section of shared-use route before the Cyclists Dismount sign at Great Barford bridge.

Redundant Sustrans sign - NCN routes 12 and 51 follow the old Sandy-Bedford railway line just to the south.

Central Milton Keynes See #47932.

The Wivenhoe Trail: a lovely route but an awful path.

Cycle lockers and stands (and small motorbike area) at Bury St Edmunds station

Discreet signs showing NCN route 51 turning left then right from Bury St Edmunds cathedral

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