Road closure exempting cycles at Lancaster station.
Direct access to the City Loop cycle route from Lancaster station.
So, if someone hadn't told you, would you know that the staircase on the right is the pedestrian entrance to the Cycle Point? And would you know where to wheel your bike in? Put some signs up on the building, people!
Cyclists dismount at these steps - probably sensible.
route sign on the Bridgewater Way
Tran Pennine Trail goes through a large muddy puddle through the bridge under the A56
Trans Pennine Trail route sign
Awkward barrier on the Trans Penine Trail (NCN 62)
Entrance to Lower Halsdon farm multi use path on Exe trails cycle path
The entrance to Lower Halsdon farm on Exeter rd Exmouth
Annoying sign at the fun Yackandandah folk festival.
This is one of the reasons that there's the alternate route round, meandering off for 400m to the north. However, it's still a cyclepath, I'm not minded to have a slow wander round the nice back route as I want to get on.
Road worker completely blocks cyclepath. Note that these people are allowed to work in cycle infra. However, they do need to indicate that it's closed and/or indicate a way round. There is a way, about 500m back from here. A sign there woul
A nice wide toucan crossing across Ballater Street.
There's clearly something wrong with the foundation of this path for the blocks to be like this.
I don't know what the purpose of this barrier is, but it isn't to direct cyclists onto the road, because as we saw at #88345 they need to be on the footway to get around the barrier there.
It appears that the cycle route goes along the footway (which isn't signed as shared use) because no dropped kerbs or other arrangements have been made to get past the road closure in Waterside Street. The bollard has received stripy tape.
Not the best surface for a cycle path. A dropped kerb for joining from the carriageway would also be advantageous.
A sign giving directions to Glasgow Green, but the bridge has been taken away, meaning that the best direction now is to the right joining the signed diversion.
Dalmarnock Bridge - the link between the road to the Cuningar Loop park and NCN75 Clyde Walkway - all fenced in with guardrail. If going on-road, the turn at #87965 does not have a dropped kerb.
route sign - one direction only
Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) information sign
Not very helpful if you want to know where to go.
Information sign on the Bridgewater way (RCN 82)
Cycleways fork here but it is difficult to tell which way to go. The large fingerpost for the Bridgewater Way(RCN 82) points between the two routes - the way is down steps to the left. The small low sticker for the Runcorn Loop is very easy
Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) goes up these steps to merge with the Runcorn Loop Cycleway - and then follows a ramp back down to the canal. It is much more sensible to keep to the tow path.
Bridgewater Way route sign points only on one direction.
Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) approaching Bridge Street Bridge. Sign at the top points down the steep steps - but it is better to continue west on the road and join the tow path at the foot of the ramp in the distance #88328
Route sign only shows one direction on the Bridgewater Way.
Sign points to Runcorn Town Centre - but which way do you turn on the tow path?
Route Sign on the Bridgewater Way - could do with an arrow pointing in the opposite direction as well
John Muir Way. Can be muddy and slippy when wet
Information sign showing rout from Top Locks at the end of the Bridgewater Way(RCN 82)
route sign - but pointing only on one direction
information sign on the Bridgewater Way
Wide cycleway goes through a tunnel under Leiria Way
Spiral ramped cycle bridge near the Brindley Arts Centre on the Bridgewater Way
Route Sign points over a cycle bridge to reach the Bridgewater Way near tho the Brindley Theatre
Waterloo Bridge at the western end of the Bridgewater Way(RCN 82)