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Millennium Milepost Glen Parva This milepost is a McColl type and has the T6 Sigma disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 and NCN Route 51 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. This millennium milepost was repainted r ... [more]

This is a Sustrans cycle route, but no dedicated cycle lane on a busy minor road

Millennium Milepost Arnesby This milepost is a McColl type and has a T5/4 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 and NCN Route 51 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. As far as I can tell it has only been painted o ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Countesthorpe This milepost is a McColl type and has a T5/2 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 and NCN Route 51 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. This millennium milepost is starting to rus ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Willoughby Waterleys This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/3 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 and NCN Route 51 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. As far as I can tell it is has only ... [more]

Route signs on NCN route 6 and the Cycle Ring Route opposite Sheffield station

Bridge and ramp to NCN route 6, Sheffield

Route sign and new cycleway form NCN routes 6 and 627, Castlegate, Sheffield

Route signs for NCN routes 6 and 627, Sheffield

Stepped connection only between NCN route 6 and this (not very important) cycle bridge

NCN route 6 by the Don in Sheffield

Excellent new streetscape on NCN route 6, Castlegate, Sheffield

Cycle bridge above NCN route 6, Sheffield

Route signs on NCN route 6 and Sheffield's Cycle Ring Route

Route signs and right-turn lanes on NCN route 6 in central Sheffield

Road Closed (to the right), cycle contraflow and right-turn lanes on NCN route 6 in central Sheffield

Two sets of cycle stands in the centre of Sheffield

Possibly the former route of NCN route 6 before the new route was created on Exchange Street

Route signs, cycle stands and excellent new streetscape at the junction of NCN route 6 and the Cycle Ring Route, Castlegate, Sheffield

Cycle stands and excellent new streetscape on NCN route 6 at Castlegate, Sheffield

Route signs and excellent new streetscape at the junction of NCN route 6 and the Cycle Ring Route, Castlegate, Sheffield

Bus and bike gate on Blonk Street bridge (NCN route 6), Sheffield

Excellent new streetscape on Castlegate, Sheffield, with link to NCN route 6

Excellent new streetscape on NCN route 6 at Castlegate, Sheffield

Bike pump by NCN route 6, Castlegate, Sheffield

Excellent new streetscape on NCN route 6 at Castlegate, Sheffield

Crossing on NCN route 6 north from Ponds Forge, Sheffield

NCN route 6 north from Ponds Forge, Sheffield

Cycle crossing on NCN route 6 at Ponds Forge, Sheffield

Discreet sign to the right for NCN route 6 passing beneath the Supertram bridge

Route signs at Ponds Forge, Sheffield

Route signs at the Ponds Forge bridge, Sheffield - NCN route 6 is to the left

Modal filter - turn right to cross Pond Hill at the lights.

NCN route 6 is to the left of the railings

Segregated path on NCN route 6 north from Sheffield station

Wide toucan crossing from NCN route 6 to Sheffield station

Route signs opposite Sheffield station on NCN route 6 and the Cycle Ring Route

The footbridge destroyed in Storm Desmond in 2015 will be rebuilt as a foot and cycle bridge linking the centre of Kendal with NCN route 6.

The footbridge destroyed in Storm Desmond in 2015 will be rebuilt as a foot and cycle bridge linking the centre of Kendal with NCN route 6.

Cycling is now allowed here on the NCN route 6 variant into Kendal

NCN route 6 variant north out of Kendal

Riverside route to Mintsfeet closed for works.

NCN route 6 variant into Kendal

Keep right for the NCN route 6 variant into Kendal

Start of NCN route 6 variant through Kendal

NCN route 6 rejoining the road through Burneside

NCN route 6 returning to a shared-use path by the A591

NCN route 6 leaving Staveley and moving back to a shared-use path

NCN route 6 joining the road through Staveley

NCN route 6 on a shared-use path turning left from the A591

Biketreks bike rental by NCN route 6 and the A591

Route signs for NCN route 6 on a shared-use path by the A591

NCN route 6 crossing the A591

NCN route 6 crossing the A591

NCN route 6 on a shared-use path by the A591

Shared-use paths on both sides of the A6 at Ings

Looking from the Pennines towards Sedbergh and the Pennines - NCN route 6 on a shared-use path by the A591

NCN route 6 on a shared-use path by the A591

Two-stage crossing for cyclists on NCN route 6 to reach the shared-use path across the A591

Short stretch of cycleway (with rough access) so that cyclists on NCN route 6 can cross to the shared-use path across the A591

Cyclists at risk because of a 4x4 jutting out into the cycle lane

Tiny route sign for NCN route 6, Windermere

Route sign for NCN route 6

Start of shared-use section of NCN route 6 west from Ambleside

NCN route 6 bypasses Ambleside here - the town is immediately to the right, so I've no idea why it is signed to the left.

Cycle lane eastbound, shared-use path westbound on NCN route 6

Route sign but not for NCN route 6, strangely.

Narrow bridge for cyclists on NCN route 6 to escape the A593

Start of cycle lane for NCN route 6 on the A593

Left turn for cyclists on NCN route 6 to escape the A593

NCN route 6 from Ambleside to Grasmere

NCN route 6 from Grasmere to Ambleside

Start of cycle route from Grasmere to Ambleside (now NCN route 6)

South end of the new gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591 - this route is for cyclists approaching from Grasmere.

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591 - cyclists leading south should cross to the other side of the dual carriageway.

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591 - cyclists leading south should turn left here and cross to the other side of the dual carriageway - the route ahead is for cyclists approaching from Grasmere.

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591 - it's shown as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap but not (yet) on the ground.

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591 - it's shown as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap but not (yet) on the ground.

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

View of Thirlmere from the new gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

New gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

North end of the new gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

Start of new gated shared-use route over Dunmail Raise parallel to the A591

The road up the west side of Thirlmere is virtually traffic-free and a great cycle route - it's shown as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap but not (yet) on the ground.

Thirlmere Dam Road - closed to motor vehicles but not cyclists and pedestrians.

Thirlmere Dam Road - closed to motor vehicles but not cyclists and pedestrians. I'm not clear whether this is a Covid-19 measure, but it makes a delightful cycle route.

Thirlmere Dam Road - closed to motor vehicles but not cyclists and pedestrians. I'm not clear whether this is a Covid-19 measure, but it makes a delightful cycle route.

Thirlmere Dam Road - closed to motor vehicles but not cyclists and pedestrians. I'm not clear whether this is a Covid-19 measure, but it makes a delightful cycle route.

Road closed but not to cyclists and pedestrians

It's not clear that the Thirlmere dam road is closed to motor vehicles but not cycles - but it is.

Link from Keswick to Thirlmere and Grasmere crossing the A591 (marked as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap, but not yet on the ground).

Link from Thirlmere and Grasmere towards Keswick (marked as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap, but not yet on the ground).

Link to Thirlmere and Grasmere (marked as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap, but not yet on the ground).

Cycle sign towards Keswick (marked as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap, but not yet on the ground).

Turn right for the quiet route to Grasmere (marked as NCN route 6 on OpenCycleMap, but not yet on the ground).

There is a narrow gate, set at an acute angle, on the National Cycle Route 6 as it passes through Abbey Park. The wall is about 8ft high and completely obscures the view of cyclists and pedestrians approaching from both sides. The gate is s ... [more]

The Halfpenny Bridge, built in 2001 for the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 6)

Another example of the high standards that Bury Council maintains on this otherwise good cycleway. Who wouldn't want to cycle through a huge quagmire of mud, eh? And to those who aren't familiar with the route - there's a paved cycleway ... [more]

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