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Alexandra Gate Location: Knightsbridge and Belgravia, Westminster (England, UK)

South Downs Way Signpost Location: Chilcomb, Winchester District (England, UK)

The Lines Way at Brecks Lane.

A Sustrans volunteer engaged in graffiti removal on NCN67 in Leeds

"Welcome to Leeds" on NCN67 railway path approaching Methley Junction.

Tunnel under the M62 motorway

Advance warning sticker for NCN67's right turn from the A642 at Bottomboat.

The East Kilbride railway path near Dunblane Drive (to the left) and Halfmerke Primary School (to the right).

The start of the railway path section of NCN756, leaving East Kilbride, at St Bryde Lane. The traffic calming strips present a hazard to turning cyclists and could easily be bypassed with a more convenient access onto the path to the left. ... [more]

A route sign for NCN756 in Old Mill Road, although I don't think Glasgow is just one mile further along the route than Rutherglen.

No Cycling at Westwood Square.

What's wrong with this picture? Wondering why #cycling is forbidden in East Kilbride underpass which connects to a shared use path just 50 metres away. #activetravel #eastkilbride @SLLeisCulture @southlanarkshi2 https://t.co/e1VV8TItdI

I was surprised to find this direction sign for HMNB Clyde, Faslane, at this location.

The Seven Lochs Trail turns from the A752 into Drumpellier Country Park. The signs here make no mention of the Seven Lochs Trail. There is a dropped kerb here, but it is partly blocked by a mangled railing installed across it.

The footway of the A752 was supposed to be upgraded to be part of NCN route 755 south of Gartcosh, but this has still to happen. However, it is now part of the Seven Lochs Trail and still has obstructions like this boundary sign post.

The Seven Lochs Trail crosses the A752 and goes into Drumpellier Country Park. But there's not even a dropped kerb to help with the crossing of this busy A road at Commonhead Road.

The Seven Lochs Trail joins Commonhead Road.

The end of the loop to the viewpoint. See also #113014.

The sign points to a viewpoint, but the more direct route is to the right. See also #113015.

One of the signs is clearly not pointing the right way, and the surface is poor, but the path behind the camera is being rebuilt (see #113011).

A cross-roads of paths, where the Seven Lochs Trail turns left.

A signpost on the Seven Lochs Trail, where the path ahead leads over to Gartloch.

A signpost for the Seven Loch Trail at Easterhouse.

A sign for the Seven Lochs Trail in the woods at Easterhouse.

An attempt to tidy the area up but flytipping hasn't been eradicated.

I'm not sure what this sign means in the context of a residential road with footways.

A poor transition between path and road at Balcurvie Road.

No dropped kerb at the turn from Auchinlea Road onto the Seven Lochs Trail. The footway is not shared-use. Given the busy traffic around the entrance to the Fort shopping centre, it may be worth considering upgrading this footway, but inclu ... [more]

A sign for the Seven Lochs Trail on Gartloch Road. I hadn't noticed any other signs since leaving Cardowan Moss, and although I know my way around here, there is potential for people to get lost in the Tillycairn Road area.

A signpost on the Seven Lochs Trail in Cardowan Moss.

Route signs for the Seven Lochs Trail at Avenue End Road. The path connection across the other side is not so great, but the signs point the way into Hogganfield Park.

Route signs for the Seven Lochs Trail at Avenue End Road.

A damaged route sign for the cycle route to the City Centre, but the route is closed off due to the Sighthill regeneration project a short distance away.

An 'Accident Blackspot' sign in Royston Road.

'Cyclists Dismount' at the footbridge across the motorway connecting Queenslie Industrial Estate and the Fort shopping centre.

A short length of painted cycle lane appears next to the cycle lane sign. The previous cycle lane sign didn't have any cycle lane.

Sustainable drainage provides space for roadworks signs! Beyond the sign, there's another of those mysterious ramps as in #112831.

There's nothing to indicate whether the footway that came from the toucan crossings back at the motorway junction is shared-use or not. In any case, anyone using the footway has a particularly indirect route to the station. At this roundabo ... [more]

Since there is only a shared footway on this side of Saughs Road at this point, anyone using it wanting to go to Robroyston station must go left to cross Saughs Avenue before starting to head towards the station.

Accident area!

A tiny sign giving some cycling directions on Ashfield Street.

Is it really necessary to have this sort of signage for bends in what should be a low-traffic residential street?

Signs for the Trans Pennine Trail in Penistone, seen from the top of the ramp seen in #112596.

Signage and an information board at an access point to the Trans Pennine Trail.

Clear signage on the Trans Pennine Trail outside Penistone station.

A cycle contraflow on the High Street (without the necessary 'except cycles' plates), and some real world cycling.

Route signs at Spring Lane. The route to the left along Spring Lane appeared to go right through the tramstop platform.

A curious route sign advising cyclists on the (tram only at that point) tramway of an unspecified cycle route to the right at Castle Square.

Long-term roadworks indicated by a sign fixed to a lighting column, and not a temporary sign dumped in the cycle lane!

Beware of cyclists & edestrians and keep an eye out for any P you might see.

A cycleway on the footway at the huge Park Square roundabout, partly obstructed by temporary signs for roadworks.

Towpath diversion signs on the Ashton Canal.

A cycle track leading to Piccadilly station, but not for left turns into Ducie Street.

No cycle infrastructure on Crow Road through Anniesland Cross.

End of some part-time limit in Randolph Road.

A route sign on the Cardonald Quietway, and barriers on the bridge over the White Cart.

A route sign for NCN7/NCN75, and council signs for the local path network.

A tiny notice explaining how Advance Stop Lines work to drivers. I can't imagine many notice this, or take the time to read it.

Signage for the Cardonald Quietway on the right-hand side of Linthaugh Road, but not very easy to read from the left-hand carriageway (which, since the footway is not shared-use, is where approaching cyclists should be). Quite frankly, t ... [more]

Route signage on route NCN7 and NCN75 together should not have brackets around the '75'.

The boundary sign for Renfrewshire on NCN7 alongside the White Cart Water.

A very old 'No Cycling' sign at one end of the path to Mallaig Road (seen in #112293).

Car parking in the Langlands Road painted cycle lanes, and an old 'No Cycling' sign at this end of the path to Mallaig Road.

The A726 dual carriageway approaching the Hurlet junction.

An old speed limit sign on the path from Strathcarron Drive to Dykebar Hospital.

Pedantic signage for the Clyde Tunnel northbound entrance and southbound exit. Why sign the exit from here?

Access between Elder Park and Drive Road hindered by a railing, yet signed (in tiny writing) for cycling.

A route sign for NCN7/75 on Linthaugh Road, and cycle only access on Dormanside Road.

A poor transition between one section of riverside path and another, which could be made much smoother to allow users to concentrate on not hitting the posts instead.

Signs at the point where the main path goes beneath the Crookston Road bridge, including a sign for the alternative route in case of flooding on the main path.

Signs at the junction of NCN7/75 and the riverside path in Rosshall Park.

The sign in #33288 still standing defiantly!

The path between Rosshall Park and Cardonald Drive on the original Glasgow-Paisley cycle route is not only narrow but is divided in two by a central railing, making it very difficult to pass anyone coming the other way. The sign has also co ... [more]

In addition to the obstructive railing and poorly positioned dropped kerb, the poorly placed signage has completely faded out.

A 'cycles only' sign halfway along Cardonald Drive. Not complied with or enforced.

Allanton Drive is on the Govan-Cardonald Quietway, but which way do you turn at the next junction? The sign with the tiny writing at the junction (visible over the rear end of the van) says, but it can't be read when you need to select your ... [more]

A sign for the upgraded core path that runs from here at the entrance to the Bearsden Ski Club over a hill to Drymen Road near Schaw House. It is signed for walking only since it goes over quite a steep hill. The northern half of the path h ... [more]

The path to Stockiemuir Road, and across to the Baljaffray estate, could easily be upgraded for cycling, along with the rest of the route from the Allander Centre.

In common with other signs on this route (see #111996), the eastbound sign at the entrance to Heather Park is for walking and cycling, but the westbound sign is for walking only. However, in this case the remainder of the route to Baljaffra ... [more]

The path from Heather Park to the Craigdhu Wedge and Allander Centre is signposted as a walking and cycling route, even though the first section of path is narrow and muddy (see #111998). The path from the Craigdhu Wedge is signposted as ju ... [more]

The path from Heather Park and Heather Avenue crosses an unusual bridge across a stream to reach the path (to the right) to the Craigdhu Wedge and Allander Centre. A path to Craigdhu Road goes straight ahead over the hill, but didn't look l ... [more]

The path from the Craigdhu Wedge crosses an unusual bridge over a stream to get to Heather Avenue and Heather Park. The path to the right is signposted as a walking route to Craigdhu Road, but see #112000.

A damaged directions sign at the path junction near Cromarty Crescent. The path to the right is unsurfaced.

Signs at the Craigdhu Wedge. Right for walking and cycling to the Allander Centre, left for walking to Stockiemuir Road. Walking times are given.

Ashton on Mersey: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 Existing post needs Destination signs

Ashton on Mersey: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 Destination sign resuired here on wall . The couple going for a walk here, dog off lead, looking at phone (how does that help mental health during CV ) . Had to do emergen ... [more]

Ashton on Mersey: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 Existing post. Needs Destination sign required on post.

Ashton on Mersey : Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 Existing sign .

Ashton on Mersey: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 post needs locating here with destination signs . Large NO Motorcycling sign required as well.

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 The surface here has been upgraded the post has been removed but not replaced needs putting back in same location . The old Google image by Tom Jeffs see below shows the old sign .

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 Existing sign .

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 . Destination sign required on post.

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 new post needed with destination signs required on post.

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019 post needs relocating from dangerous location . Destination sign required on post.

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019. Destination sign required on post and No Motorcycling sign (large)

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019. Destination sign required on post.

Urmston: Ashton on Mersey to Urmston route sign survey 2019. Destination signs required on telephone poles

A bike locked to a sign next to the Leeds & Liverpool Canal at the end of Gas Street in Skipton. This may be to avoid taking it over the stepped footbridge across the canal to the bus station and town centre.

Looking along the Calder & Hebble Navigation in Brighouse.

A close-up of the sign in #110976, showing what the tiny writing actually says. Although encouraging to see a Trans Pennine Trail sign that actually has destinations.

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