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First sign says Birchwwod to Sankey Cycle Route. Second sign says End of Cycle Route

Route sign on Birchwwod to Sankey Way - but which way is it to Birchwood?

route signs at western end of Warrington Strategic Route 1 and Birchwood to Sankey Way.

Route Signs: Birchwood to Sankey Way appears to head south down Lingley Green Avenue, cross the road, then return north on the other side.

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chicane barriers

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Whittle Brook Greenway. There is a tarmac path under the leaves

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chicane barrier - reasonably navigable

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'A' frame barrier

metal barriers

Route sign - Route to Phillips Drive is across a narrow bridge and barrier #85683

Whittle Brook Greeenway - lit, 3m wide, smooth tarmac

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Metal Barrier

Whittle Brook Greenway - 3m wide, lit, smooth tarmac

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Route crossing Whittle Avenue under the railway bridge - an alternative to the signed route via the toucan crossing #85674.

toucan crossing

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Wide, smooth, lit cycleway. A shame about the poor links to the residential streets.

Chicane barriers with excessive overlap.

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shared-use bus shelter

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Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 1 gives way to a minor residential cul-de-sac

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Route sign - but no destination.

Route sign - where to?

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Route sign on Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 1 - but where to?

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Warrington Strategeic Cycle Route 1 goes under Cromwell Avenue via a bridge

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Warrington Strategic Route 1 follows this narrow muddy path into Sankey Valley Park. UPDATE 2020: The path now has a wide tarmac surface.

Wooden barrier partially obstrucing the exit from Sankey Valley Park on Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 1. UPDATE 2020: The wooden barrier has gone - only to be replaced by two metal barriers in a chicane arrangement.

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Narrow 'A' frame barrier obstructing the Sankey Valley Park greenway.

Sankey Valley Park greenway. A fairly narrow tarmac surface, but OK for light useage.

Kissing gate

Rather pointltless kissing gate - easily avoided

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Bridges across Sankey Brook and St Helens Canal.

Metal barriers obstructing access to Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 1 across Sankey Valley Park

Eastern end of Warrington Strategic Route 1 is blocked.

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