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Photo listing : general sign/notices (infrastructure)

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The only No Cycling sign I saw in this area

Cyclists Dismount sign at the A10 Ely bypass

No Cycling

No Cycling

End of shared-use footway, Ely

No Cycling - I think this is wide enough.

No Cycling sign and barriers

No Cycling

No Cycling

I assume the Cyclists Dismount sign only applies to the crossing to the right, otherwise it contradicts the shared-use sign on the left.

End of shared-use path by a stub of road to the water works

The unusual road sign on the Crossloan Road traffic island remains.

No Cycling sign and on the ground on the riverside path, Woodbridge

Contraflow cycling ahead - but NCN route 1 turns right here.

End of one Quiet Lane, and the start of another across the road.

Definitely no cycling on this footpath from Snape to the Snape Nature Reserve

A private road that forms a sort of bypass to the southwest of Aldeburgh - there's no reason for cyclists not to use it as well as pedestrians.

A private road that forms a sort of bypass to the southwest of Aldeburgh - there's no reason for cyclists not to use it as well as pedestrians.

Not really a dead end for pedestrians and cyclists

No Through Road except cycles at the south end of Aldeburgh

Residents Only sign on the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

No bikes on the RSPB's Minmere reserve - there's a drivable track to the visitor centre, but you'd better wheel your bike.

No Cycling on this permissive path over Dunwich Heath

No Cycling here on Dunwich Heath

Bollards and No Cycling signs have appeared on the bailey bridge from Walberswick to Southwold

Bollards and No Cycling signs have appeared on the bailey bridge from Southwold to Walberswick

No Cycling on the paths around Southwold church

No Motor Vehicles, but perhaps a useful cut-through for cyclists in the other direction, entering Southwold from the north.

No cycling on Tibby's Green and around Southwold church

Cycle are apparently not banned on this path to Covehithe Beach - but it is a dead-end.

No access - crumbling cliffs ahead

The obvious direct route to Benacre is closed.

Dead end except for cycles, Lowestoft

No Entry except for Cycles - a short loop on NCN route 1 to Lowestoft bridge.

Crossing to shared-use footway across the car drop-off/pick-up area at Lowestoft station

No Cycling on this section of path - but there's a good alternative just to the west via Wadnall Way.

End of Cycle Route signs where the Bessemer Way turns left towards Welwyn Garden City

Information panel where NCN 12 and 57 turn right off the former railway in to Welwyn Garden City

Information on George Bernard Shaw's cycle-parking arrangements at the former Wheathampstead station

Information panel on the Ayot Greenway to Wheathampstead (NCN route 57), on the former Welwyn Garden City-Luton railway

Good to see that it's horse-riders, not cyclists, being told to be considerate on the Ayot Greenway to Wheathampstead (NCN route 57)

Information panel on the Ayot Greenway to Wheathampstead (NCN route 57), on the former Welwyn Garden City-Luton railway

Sign to car park on the former Ayot Green station site for the Ayot Greenway to Wheathampstead

End of Cycle Route sign at a housing development on the edge of Welwyn.

End of shared-use footway - a footpath continues, or cyclists can join the dual carriageway towards the A1(M) interchange.

Footpath through a Scout camp - no specific ban on bikes

No unauthorised bike trails!

Flashing electronic signs has been installed at some junctions on Victoria Road to warn motorists of the presence of cyclists. This is activated by a detector in the cycle track.

Sign about temporary closures when races are running at Newton Abbot racecourse - this is well managed at York racecourse, there's no reason to close the route for more than a few minutes at a time.

No cycling on the promenade at Dawlish - NCN route 2 ends here, with the options of continuing on the A road through Teignmouth or taking some steep lanes inland to Newton Abbot.

Steep slope ahead at the end of the bridleway from Dawlish Warren to Dawlish on NCN route 2

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway - end of shared-use footway entering Dawlish Warren on NCN route 2

Beware pedestrians joining NCN route 2 at the shared-use bridge over the railway.

AV/NCN 21 near Salfords

The former A625 at Mam Tor, abandoned due to landslips but still passable by bike.

Access to college boathouses (and cycle parking) - the sign asks cyclists to dismount to avoid dislodging the new stones.

Two End of Cycleway signs - though there's no difference between the footways north and south of Metcalfe Road.

[Image taken 20.3.21] Tanner Row, York. Signs: 1 x No stopping 6pm-6am except police vehicles. 1 x No waiting sign 6am-6pm. (See also: #165873, #164847) Vehicles parked (no occupant), 'waiting' or delivering/loading here creates a haz ... [more]

Cyclists Dismount sign for ford in Hilton

The farm access road from Bar Hill to Girton is now signposted as a bridleway - for a lot of cyclists this will be a better route to/from Cambridge than the cycleway by the A1307 past the crematorium. It's also marked as a dead end, however ... [more]

[Image taken 18.3.21] Sign on shared use bridge over the Foss on Heworth Green, York. See also #165645

[Image taken 18.3.21] Shared use bridge over the Foss on Heworth Green, York with sign advising people on cycles to give way to pedestrians. See also #165644

No Lorries allowed in Cowlairs Park.

[Image taken 15.3.21.] Exhibition Square, York (5/5). The new - March 2021 - information totem (visible side-on between the statue and the traffic lights on the left) adds clutter. (See also #160828, #160855, #160860, #160862.)

A shame there isn't an exemption for cycles

Cycle contraflow to the left (currently blocked, apparently for Crossrail construction)

I think this means they want us to ride on the pavement.

Paved cut-through in Little Shelford - no cycling

Paved cut-through in Little Shelford - no cycling

Classic NIMBYism - No East-West Rail Here. There's next to no chance of a new railway being built through these villages.

The 'No Entry' signs at the Novar Drive Fire Path now have 'except cyclists' plates (instead of the correct 'except cycles' plates), but the 'No Through Road' signs are unchanged.

Green End, Comberton

End of shared-use route from the A30 interchange towards Camborne

Start of paved route to the A30 underpass and Camborne - many people ignore the request and walk on the edge of the field.

Presumably due to the modal filter on Panton St, Norwich St will reverse direction on 20/1/21.

Footpath sign and start of improved link to Histon Road

”Never look back”, says the painted footway user

Signage for a narrow passageway

Link to underpass, Bonn - cycling allowed 9pm to 9am

End of cycle route, heading inland from the Rhine into Bonn

No Motor Vehicles except residents on EuroVelo4

€0.50 extra to take a bike on the ferry to Bad Hönnigen

Cyclists, pedestrians and farm traffic only here on the route along the Rhine (EuroVelo 4/15)

No Entry except residents and cyclists on the route along the Rhine (EuroVelo 4/15)

Modal filter, Giessen, and no access for bikes on market days (Wed & Sat)

No Motorbikes, No Entry 10.00-14.00 Saturday

Gateway and No Entry except residents and bikes, Marburg

No Entry except residents and bikes, Marburg

No Motor Vehicles on this link to the former city wall, Göttingen

Cycle parking and No Cycling zone, Göttingen

Dead End except cyclists and pedestrians

Cycle contraflow on a bridge into Oker

Wheel your bike across the Eckertal dam

Wheel your bike up this slope from Hasserode station to Wernigerode youth hostel

Wheel your bike on the descent from Wernigerode youth hostel to Hasserode station

No Motor Vehicles on this track into the Harz National Park

Riverside route with temporary closure, Wernigerode

No Entry Except Cyclists into the old town of Wernigerode

Wheel your bike on this useful link, Wernigerode

Cycle Street - only pedestrians on the footway

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