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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

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Banner for Baisikeli (see #38569) and route signs, Copenhagen

Danish route 4 turns right here to bypass central Roskilde

Access to the Harwich International ferry terminal

Junction on the cycle route from Dovercourt station to Harwich International ferry terminal

Sign at Dovercourt station for the route to Harwich International ferry terminal

Route signs on NCN route 51, Harwich

Two small signs where NCN route 51 turns left to leave Harwich

Sign for NCN route 51 in Harwich

Sign for NCN route 51 in Harwich

Sign to the Harwich Foot and Bicycle Ferry

Sign for NCN route 51 on Harwich's (very quiet) one-way system

NCN route 51 arrow opposite the pier for the Harwich Foot and Bicycle Ferry

Map of the cycle route from Harwich and Dovercourt to Harwich International ferry terminal (aka Parkeston Quay)

The cycle route signs refer to the north-south route behind the camera; the Residents Only sign refers to St Bernard's Road to the east, where a local campaign has put up lots of signs calling for traffic calming and a 20mph limit.

Slightly random sign to Crouch Hill from Tufnell Park station

Covid 19 popup cycleway route sign

Turn left here for the cycle route from Porthleven to Helston through the National Trust's Penrose estate

Route sign for NCN route 3 (eastbound)

There are two signs for NCN route 3 (east- and westbound) in amongst that lot.

Signs needed for National Cycle Network route 68 and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal towpath.

Approaching the new 'Dutch-style' Fendon Road roundabout.

Map of cycle links from York station, on the link to the excellent new Scarborough Bridge (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Route signs on NCN route 65, York

Route sign and link to York station from the excellent new Scarborough Bridge (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Route signs on Dame Judi Dench Walk, York (NCN route 65)

Roite signs on the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Junction of NCN route 65 (the Way of the Roses) and the loop through the National Trust's Beningbrough estate

Route signs on NCN route 688 (the Way of the Roses)

Route sign on NCN route 688 (the Way of the Roses), Boroughbridge

Route sign on NCN route 688, The Way of the Roses

Route sign on NCN route 688, The Way of the Roses

Route sign on NCN route 688, The Way of the Roses

Route signs on NCN route 688 (The Way of the Roses), Ripon

Route sign for the National Bridleway, Masham

Route sign for the National Bridleway at Jervaulx Abbey

Cycle route signs in Wensleydale

Cycle route signs near Ribblehead

Turn right for the off-road route to Kirkby Stephen station

Route signs on NCN route 70, Kirkby Stephen

Frank's Bridge, Kirkby Stephen, and route sign for the Coast to Coast Walk - not a cycle route.

Route signs on NCN route 70, Kirkby Stephen

Start of the off-road route from Kirkby Stephen station to the town

Sign for the off-road route from Kirkby Stephen station to the town

Sign at the start of the off-road route from Kirkby Stephen station to the town

Sign by the A685 for the off-road route to Kirkby Stephen

Sign for the off-road route from Kirkby Stephen station to the town - but you have to go to the right and back to reach it.

Awkwardly placed signs where NCN route 72 turns right

Route signs on NCN route 72, Carlisle

Signs on the riverside route, Carlisle

Cut-through on NCN routes 7 and 10, Carlisle

Right turn towards Carlisle on NCN routes 7 and 10

Route sign, Carlisle

Route sign and dead-end road - there's absolutely no need to park on the footway but drivers just can't stop blocking them to buggies and wheelchair users.

Route sign between Kingmoor and central Carlisle

Route signs at the entry to the Kingmoor Nature Reserve, Carlisle

Turn right on NCN routes 7 and 10 towards Carlisle - there are heavy trucks but they don't go far.

Turn right here on NCN routes 7 and 10

Discreet sign again where NCN routes 7 and 10 turn left

Discreet sign where NCN routes 7 and 10 turn left

Sign for a branch of NCN route 71 through a car park to Workington station and the sea

Route signs for NCN routes 10, 71 and 72 in Workington

The sign angles look strange but are correct.

Route sign for NCN routes 10 and 72

Route signs for NCN routes 10 and 72, and the first England Coast Path signs I've seen

Route sign and modal filter on NCN routes 10 and 72 by Whitehaven harbour

Sign for NCN 71 by Whitehaven harbour (a scenic variant, perhaps)

Route signs at the start of the off-road section of NCN route 71 to Whitehaven

Detailed directions on this route marker at the end of the off-road section of NCN route 71

Sustrans milepost at the end of the off-road section of NCN route 71

Route marker at crossroads on NCN route 71

Route sign at junction on NCN route 71

Route marker at junction on NCN route 71

Route marker at junction on NCN route 71

Junction of NCN routes 71 and 72 south and east from Whitehaven

Route sign and sculpture at a junction on NCN routes 71 and 72

Route sign and sculpture at a junction on NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Route sign where NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven pass under the railway for the third time.

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 entering Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Right and left zig at this crossing on NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven - and a distinctive route marker

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 entering Whitehaven

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven - there is a gap in that high kerb furtehr on

Route sign for NCN routes 71 and 72 south from Whitehaven

Horseshoe markings at a crossing on NCN route 72 in Whitehaven

NCN routes 10 and 72 leaving Whitehaven to the north

Crossing at Kirkbie Kendal School and route map for cyclists

Route signs at Abbot Hall, Kendal

Route signs by the riverside path and footbridge, Kendal

Route sign for NCN routes 700 and 700 in Cartmel

This stretch of the former Lancaster Canal is now a footpath, but could be an attractive cycleway.

Route signs on NCN route 70

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

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