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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

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route sign... but which way is Birchwood and which way is Sankey

route sign - but which way is which?

route sign

Irlam & Cadishead Cycleway - Waypoint 200 - Irlam Station: #https://irlamandcadishead.net/locations/cycling/ (Formerly Chat Moss Cycleway: #94308) Presumably the network will eventually include 199 other waypoints.

Irlam & Cadishead Cycleway - Waypoint 211 - Hollins Green Community Hall: #https://irlamandcadishead.net/locations/cycling/

Irlam & Cadishead Cycleway - Waypoint 212 - Rixton Clay Pits: #https://irlamandcadishead.net/locations/cycling/

shared use path crosses side road outside Basingstoke Business Centre, with route sign pointing to St Michael's Retail Park Location: , Basingstoke (England, United Kingdom)

NCN76 goes from Park Road into Zetland Park.

The hilly road to Bo'ness.

You couldn't make it up! The A905/A904 road to Bo'ness is as flat as a pancake but NCN76 takes a hilly route via Inveravon and Kinneil Estate.

Falkirk Council has installed dozens of these End of Cycle Route signs around its patch, and like many of the others, this one is also not at the end of a cycle route.

NCN76 turns right here towards Bo'ness while the Inchyra Road route carries on towards Grangemouth oil refinery (although this is not signed).

The HArTT cycle route turns left here at Beancross to go to the Helix park, but to the right is a glaringly obvious gap in the cycle network, through the Cadgers Brae Roundabout to Grangemouth.

The HArTT cycle route goes through the underpass beneath the A9 at Beancross.

Yet another 'End of Cycle Route' sign! The HArTT cycle route continues through the underpass beneath the A9 and then on to the Helix park.

Helix signage with a HArTT badge at Mumrills Road.

cycle network route sign Location: , Egham (England, United Kingdom) Egham, Runnymede (Magna Carta), University, Windsor right Staines is behind

cycle network route signs on Runnymede Roundabout shared use path outside Burger King Location: , Hythe End (England, United Kingdom) Egham/Staines left (east), Runnymede (Magna Carta)/University/Windsor right

Route sign on the Seaside cycle route, Saanich BC

Route signs for cyclists continuing from Holland Walk on the A402.

More cycle parking stands, and a sign for the "Alternative route to Inverness East".

The cycle route from the Pointe de l'Arcouest runs through the car park.

Map of cycle routes, Cap Fréhel

Horses and bikes are both big in Westphalia.

Sky road scenic viewpoint

Signage

Redway

Milton Keynes NCN51

Cycle route to the youth hostel from the cycleway by the Robec stream, Rouen

Starting point of Jersey cycle routes

Route signs by the harbour, St Helier

Cyclists Dismount sign to cross the road. And cycke parking.

Large road sign, small cycle route sign. And cycle parking.

Cyclists can remount after pushing across the road

The starting point of Jersey's cycle routes

Signs for footpath and bridleway, Jersey

Route signs, Sark

Elan valley rail trail

Cycle route sign, Torteval, Guernsey

Lots of destinations in Stonehouse, but the sign for Larkhall shouldn't have brackets around '74' since it is actually on route 74.

Bridleway from Thomas Hardy's Birthplace to Puddletown

Junction of byways, Martin Down Nature Reserve

Junction of NCN routes 24 and 45, Salisbury

Start of off-road route into Salisbury on NCN route 45

Unnumbered Sustrans sign on the route from Old Sarum to Salisbury

NCN route 24 south of Salisbury cathedral

One-way route for NCN route 24 around the Salisbury cathedral precincts

NCN route 24 leaving the cathedral precincts, Salisbury

A very old blue-bordered cycle route sign on Broomhill Drive. There are no further signs on this route because it is the last in a series of signs for various destinations around the Clydeside Expressway's Clyde Tunnel junction, including a ... [more]

New and old route signs at Broomhill Drive.

A shared footway in Victoria Park Drive South, and signage for local destinations.

Different styles of sign on the Primrose Street off-ramp from the Loch Lomond railway path.

The towpath on the Forth & Clyde Canal merges into the footway of the adjacent road at Lock 16. Signage includes directions to the Union Canal, although the route is just along the main road.

A route sign for the HArTT cycle route, directing cyclists onto the A9. There is no evidence to be seen that the footway on this section is legal for shared-use.

The turnoff from the A9 shared footway for the ramp down to the Forth & Clyde Canal, including a marker post for the HArTT cycle route.

Signage in the Helix park, including a badge for the HArTT cycle route.

Signage in the Helix park, including a badge on the post for the HArTT cycle route.

Signage in the Helix park.

Helix signage outside the football stadium.

A sign for the Helix park.

A route sign for the HArTT cycle route, but most definitely not the most direct route to the Helix and Kelpies. Could the writing on these signs be any smaller?

A sign for the HArTT cycle route, the park café, and people enjoying the amenities in Callendar Park.

A marker post for the HArTT cycle route entering Callendar Woods. The asphalt comes to an end.

A route sign for the HArTT cycle route in Hallglen, with the route to Callendar Woods directed through the middle of a playground. The path in the foreground continues right through Hallglen.

A route sign at one corner of a triangular path junction. The route to Callendar Woods continues across the main road to the left at #101177, at the foot of the steps up to the houses. However, there is no sign for the HArTT cycle route, as ... [more]

Signs for various destinations. The blue sign with tiny writing is for the HArTT cycle route. Perhaps the broken bits beneath the other signs are the remains for the HArTT sign for the other direction.

Direction signs at the access from Bracken Avenue, but why this obsession with "End of Cycle Route" signs in this town? The path doesn't end until it reaches the road in any case. Also, the signs on one side are lit, and those on the side a ... [more]

Trans-Pennine Trail at Stocksmoor

cycle network route sign pointing left towards Staines Location: , Hythe End (England, United Kingdom)

route sign on NCN4 next to toucan crossing on The Glanty Location: England, United Kingdom

route signs outside Burger King on the NCN4 at Runnymede Roundabout Location: , Hythe End (England, United Kingdom)

Route sign on NCN route 65

Humber Bridge - not by the seemingly obvious route to the left but on the far ('wrong') side of the road.

Route sign on NCN routes 1 and 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail west from Hull, vaguely visible beyond the parked cars

Sustrans milepost (NCN routes 1 and 65) and the newly refurbished Queen Victoria Square, Hull

Crossing of the A1079 Hull bypass

This is a bit odd when the route to the right is a shared-use path all the way to Beverley

Route sign on NCN164 entering Beverley

Turn right here on NCN route 164 entering Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 164 west from Beverley - cross the road here

National Byway sign out of Beverley

National Byway sign etc in Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 1 in Beverley

Hudson Way crossing the B1248, in the absence of the original railway bridge

Route signs (nothing to do with the National Cycle Network)

NCN route 1 takes a detour west here which can be avoided if you don't mind cycling on a B road.

NCN route 1 towards Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 1 towards Beverley

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses finally part company here. (15 miles to Beverley?? It was just 14 a couple of miles back!)

Route marker on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

14 miles to Beverley on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses - quite a dogsleg to the west.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn right onto a shared-use path here.

Route signs on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

Bikes marking the route of the Tour de Yorkshire as well as NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

This National Byway loop is a very minor variation on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses, and a National Byway loop, all turn right here - but the direct route to Beverley is straight ahead.

Route sign on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn left here.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses towards Bridlington turn left here - not as shown on CycleStreets.

Route sign to rejoin NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses as shown on CycleStreets

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