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Picture of a man on a bicycle. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_William_Elwell

A cyclist on a ride from Middlesbrough crossing the Tees Barrage on the way to Darlington.

The steep decent into Saltburn on ncn 1 is not for the faint hearted as conditions under the tyre here are quite challenging. http://www.cyclingfromguildford.co.uk/index.html

The view from Boulby Bank towards the spectacular cliffs at Cowbar Nab.

A cyclist following ncr 1 stops for a quick paddle at Staithes beach.

The port of Dover from ncn 1.

The enduring charm of the rural railway at Wickenby level crossing. From the viewpoint of a train driver: https://youtu.be/RmF81bgyp2U?t=45m35s

The view across the deer park towards Holkham Hall in all its Palladian splendour.

The Norwich Gates to Sandringham castle; not everyone's cup of tea: #p101329

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]

Famous sights in Edinburgh including the Scott monument with Princes Street in the background. Waverly station's tastefully repurposed booking office is to the right. https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pub-histories/scotland/edinburgh/the-boo ... [more]

The old railway's station buildings at Thorpe Thewles are now used as the visitor centre and tea rooms of Wynyard Country Park. Here, the northbound ncr1 starts to follow the disused line, but this cyclist is momentarily taking shelter fro ... [more]

The cycle route ahead Location: , Swale Borough (England, United Kingdom)

Looking north from ncr1 on its clifftop approach to Berwick upon Tweed. The East Coast Main Line is adjacent to the viewer at this point, so passengers on the line's express trains could also enjoy this view, albeit more briefly. https:/ ... [more]

NCR1 cycle / foot path on the south side of the A2990 Thanet Way.

NCR1 cycle / foot path on the south side of the A2990 Thanet Way. Visibility into Chaucer Business Park is poor at this point.

NCR1 cycle / foot path on the south side of the A2990 Thanet Way. Vegetation encroaches on the cycle path here.

Parts of the NCR1 cycle / foot path on the north side of the A2990 Thanet Way are heavily cracked.

NCR1 cycle / foot path on the north side of the A2990 Thanet Way.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) following South Street.

Access control barrier on the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) at South Street. Also visible is one of the wood carvings created by Sustrans Volunteer Ranger Peter Clements, who looks after the Crab & Winkle Way.

Mills type milepost at the South Street junction on the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). Access control onto South Street, Mills type milepost (See #60107 for a closer view), and wood carving by Sustrans Volunteer Ranger Peter Clements who looks after the Crab & Winkle Way.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The surface is deteriorating here.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The surface is deteriorating here.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The surface is deteriorating here.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The surface is deteriorating here.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The surface is deteriorating here.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). Entry to the Winding Pond rest area on the left.

Sign on Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Sign on Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Sign on Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Sign on Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Cyclists commuting on the Crab & Winkle Way.

The Crab & Winkle Way entering Clowes Wood.

This section of the Crab & Winkle Way approaching Clowes Wood can get a bit narrow in the summer months.

The Crab & Winkle Way. This corner is blind -- ring your bell.

The Crab & Winle Way.

The Crab & Winkle Way.

The Crab & Winkle Way narrows between the farmyard and Chapel Lane.

The Crab & Winkle Way narrows for a short stretch between the farmyward and Chapel Lane.

The Crab & Winkle Way passing through Amery Court Farm.

The surface of the Crab & Winkle Way at Amery Court Farm is degrading. Contrast with #38819 photographed in December 2005.

Access control barrier on the Crab & Winkle Way. Also visible is some carved artwork by Sustrans Volunteer Ranger Peter Clements who looks after this route.

The Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) shared cycle / foot path. This section (between Tyler Hill Road and the access control barrier ahead) is a Byway Open to All Traffic, so technically motor vehicles may be found here, but it is very rare in pract ... [more]

NCR1 route signs and public bridleway sign (NCR1 follows the bridleway).

Warning sign about traffic on Tyler Hill Road and courtesy sign asking cyclists to give way to horses & pedestrians.

Sculpture beside the Crab & Winkle Way shared cycle / foot path.

The tree roots here make the path surface uneven.

View towards Canterbury Christ Church Cathedral from the Crab & Winkle Way.

The Crab & Winkle Way shared cycle / foot path around the edge of Duke's Meadow. The route continues to climb folling the line of trees on the horizon.

The Crab & Winkle Way shared cycle / foot path around the edge of Duke's Meadow.

NCR1 route sign

NCR1 route sign

NCR1 route signs.

NCR1 route sign

NCR1 route sign.

Toucan crossing over London Road.

A144 Norwich road cycle path looking north which has frequent crossings of business entrances with frequent signing of motor vehicle priority creating visual clutter.

cycle path & sign start/end at TM 38978 78102 from Bungay Road towards North Suffolk Skills Academy, Apollo Centre and soon to be sports centre. Connected to cycle path on Bungay Road except when gate locked!

Start/end of cyclepath at A144 Norwich Road and Harrisons Lane. Some uncertainty this painting is correct as some sources indicate the cycle path continues, turning right onto Harrisons Lane as part of the NCR1 cycle route which signed to t ... [more]

cycle rack in Halesworth Thoroughfare behind Durrants

cycle lockers platform 2 Halesworth Station. 4 lockers, 7 racks

cycle lockers at Halesworth station platform 1 TM 38882 77895

Cycle route signs at the T-junction near the Winding Pond Rest Area on the Crab & Winkle Way.

The picturesque village of Stodmarsh on NCR1 between Canterbury and Sandwich.

Following NCR1 towards Richborough power station (on the horizon). The power station was demolished in spring 2012.

NCR1 through coppiced woodland.

Approaching the village of Stodmarsh via NCR1.

This historic building beside NCR1 in Canterbury has a leaning doorway.

Fordwich is a picturesque village on NCR1 between Canterbury and Sandwich. Here an oasthouse can be seen.

This part of the cycle path can sometimes flood in the winter months. For an alternative route use the cycle lanes on the A28 a little to the north of here.

Milepost beside NCR1 near Reed Pond, Canterbury

Approaching Fordwich on NCR1.

Milepost at Fordwich

Great Stour river beside NCR1 at Fordwich.

NCR1 between Fordwich and Canterbury. This route runs beside some military training land, which is the other side of the railing.

NCR1 approaching Queens Avenue, Canterbury. Canterbury Cathedral can be seen straight ahead in the distance.

Milepost at Canterbury on the route towards Fordwich.

The Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) as it passes at the edge of the University of Kent.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) as it passes through the University of Kent.

Milepost, University of Kent

Crossing the Sarre Penn stream. The names of all of the places that the Sarre Penn passes are printed on the railings of this bridge.

Approaching Blean church and Tyler Hill Road.

Saltway seat outside Blean Church.

Milepost, Tyler Hill Road

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

Orchards at Amery Court farm

Beside Amery Court Farm

Milepost, Amery Court Farm

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) beside Amery Court Farm.

Milepost at Winding Pond rest area

Signpost outside Winding Pond rest area.

Invicta Way (Part of the Crab & Winkle Way, NCR1)

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Canterbury.

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