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Felixstowe Pier

Avilla in the distance from the Port San Luis pier which used to have a narrow gauge railway coming right out onto the pier and loading from the ships and going back into SLO. The path of that is now part of the Bob Jones Trail.

Vulnerable and damaged cycle parking at Helensburgh Pier.

Promenade to Hastings Pier Location: England, United Kingdom Promenade above Bottle Alley

Ryde Pier surface detail, showing roadway and pedestrian lane.

No cycling in the station areas on the Hythe Pier, implying that it is allowed in between.

Cyclists cycling on Hythe Pier. They dismounted when they got to the station area.

Cyclists must use the walkway and negotiate the chicane barriers to get around the traffic boom and exit the pier (see also #66744).

Cyclists have to go through these chicane barriers to get around the traffic booms at the entrance to the pier roadway (see also #66746).

Some more cycle parking at Ryde Pier Head, this time at the entrance to the rail station and ferry terminal, but again of the wheel-grabber variety.

Some more cycle parking at Ryde Pier Head station, of the wheel-grabber variety with no easy way to lock the frame.

Some of the cycle parking at Ryde Pier Head station. Presumably used more by ferry users rather than rail passengers.

The entrance to the West Street Pier at the Gravesend Ferry Terminal, and a sign pointing via a riverside path to the Town Pier where most departures to Tilbury now leave from.

The approach to the Tilbury-Gravesend ferry (foot and bike)

Cycleway passes beneath Southport Pier

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