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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]

Who has priority? I really dislike the ambiguity at this *brand new* side road crossing in Beeston! https://t.co/UCNwpUqlI2

Cycle stands and link to NCN route 6 on the former Lancaster Canal

Start of the cycle route (NCN route 6) from Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

Link to NCN route 6 in Kendal

Link to NCN route 6 in Kendal

Diverted link from NCN route 6 in Kendal

NCN route 6 north out of Kendal

No Cycling on this section of NCN route 6 in Kendal !

Pedestrian crossing on NCN route 6 in Kendal

No Cycling, supposedly, on this section of NCN route 6 in Kendal

Cyclists Dismount sign on what is now NCN route 6 in Kendal !

Annoying End of Route sign, particularly if you actually wanted to follow NCN route 6 somewhere worthwhile - obviously the sign should just tell cyclists to continue across the zebra crossing.

Bike shop, Kendal

Shared-use footway and crossing towards Kendal station

Cyclists do have the option of turning right onto the shared-use footway towards Kendal station

The road markings tell cyclists to turn right from the left-hand side of the lane - potentially disastrous.

So much for Keep Clear markings on NCN route 6 in Kendal

New route for NCN route 6 through this housing development

New route for NCN route 6 through this housing development

New route for NCN route 6 through this housing development

The cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

The cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

The cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

NCN route 6 uses the footpath on the left but most cyclists choose this former road on the line of the Lancaster Canal.

Link from NCN route 6 on the former Lancaster Canal

This bridge over the Lancaster Canal (now NCN route 6) allowed horses to change sides without being untied.

The cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

Link from NCN route 6 in Kendal

Link from NCN route 6 to Kendal Leisure Centre

The Lancaster Canal bridge has been filled in so NCN route 6 climbs up to cross the A65.

The Lancaster Canal bridge has been filled in so NCN route 6 climbs up to cross the A65.

The cycle route (NCN route 6) south from Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal, and footpath right to housing

Barriers at the end of the unsurfaced section of NCN route 6 into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

The cycle route (NCN route 6 - unsurfaced as far as the A65) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

The cycle route (NCN route 6 - unsurfaced as far as the A65) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

Link to new housing from the cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

Start of the cycle route (NCN route 6 - unsurfaced as far as the A65) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

Developers have provided a footway for 150m north on NCN route 6 - they should have done a proper job and linked up with the existing shared-use path.

Developers have provided a footway for another 150m south on NCN route 6 - they should have done a proper job and extended the shared-use path.

Pass Cyclists Safely on NCN route 6 - a busy cycle route out of Kendal

Route sign on NCN route 6

Route sign on NCN route 6

Route sign on NCN route 6

Route signs for NCN route 6 and 700 and the Cumbria Cycleway

NCN route 6 leaving the Dallam Tower estate near Milnthorpe

NCN route 6 runs through the Dallam Tower estate to Milnthorpe

NCN route 6 runs through the Dallam Tower estate from Milnthorpe

NCN route 6 runs through the Dallam Tower estate from Milnthorpe

NCN route 6 runs through the Dallam Tower estate to Milnthorpe

NCN route 6 runs through the Dallam Tower estate to Milnthorpe

Route sign on NCN route 6

Route signs on NCN route 6 in Beetham

Route signs on NCN route 6 and the Cumbria Cycleway

Route signs for the Cumbria and Lancashire Cycleways (also NCN route 6 to the right)

Route signs and touring folder on NCN route 6

Route signs on NCN route 6 and the Lancashire Cycleway

Route signs on NCN route 6

Junction of NCN routes 90 and 700, Warton

Route sign on NCN routes 6, 90 and 700, Warton

Steps and wheeling channel where NCN routes 6 and 700 leave the Lancaster Canal (to bypass Carnforth)

Steps and wheeling channel where NCN routes 6 and 700 leave the Lancaster Canal (to bypass Carnforth)

Swing bridge over the Lancaster Canal on NCN route 6

NCN route 6 giving a view to Morecambe Bay

Steps to Village Centre, meaning Hest Bank

NCN route 6 in Hest Bank

Sign to Village Centre, meaning Hest Bank

NCN route 6 by the Lancaster Canal

NCN route 6 passing below the Bay Gateway road

Junction of NCN route 6 and the Bay Gateway road

NCN route 6 leaves the Lancaster Canal here because it takes a very long way around to Lancaster.

NCN route 6 takes this link down to the Lancaster Canal - I don't think there's a sign

Alternative route to the Lancaster Canal

Signs for alternative route from Lancaster to Kendal

Route sign on NCN route 6 to the Lancaster Canal

Route sign on NCN route 6, Lancaster

NCN route 6 leaving Ryelands Park, Lancaster

NCN route 6 is supposed to give way to a seemingly less important route in Ryelands Park, Lancaster - but why do there have to be Give Way markings at all?

NCN route 6 tuns left in Ryelands Park, Lancaster

Parallel routes - two shared-use paths and a short bus/bike lane inbetween.

NCN route 6 marker now on the toucan crossing (see #87524)

Off-road route and parallel shared bus/bike lane

NCN routes 6, 69 and 700, Lancaster

Underpass on NCN route 6, Lancaster

Route signs at the north end of the Millennium Bridge, Lancaster (NCN routes 6, 69 and 700)

The riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster with makeshift segregation beneath the railway viaduct

Awkward kink on the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

Awkward kink on the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Lancaster to Glasson Dock

The riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

The Lancaster riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) towards Glasson Dock

Cyclist passing on the Lancaster riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700)

Barrier on NCN6 at Chiswell Green preventing access by disabled riders or families with trailers. Tandem doesn't fit and had to be lifted.

Photo looking south towards Watford showing Bricket Wood

Barrier on National Cycle Route 6/61 at Chiswell Green

A route sign for the Trans Pennine Trail. The red background for the NCN 6 number has faded out.

A route sign for the Trans Pennine Trail at Corporation Street.

The 'no through road' is also the Trans Pennine Trail.

Waiting for the toucan crossing across Sheaf Street to change. It did take a while. Across the road is the city's railway station.

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