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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

This listing only shows photos within Norwich.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

One arrow ahead and one to the right - according to OpenCycleMap cyclists should go to the right then either turn sharp left to the cathedral close, or keep right towards Norwich station - but you can go straight ahead and use the footway ... [more]

Sign on cycle route between Norwich station and the cathedral

Useful, but it would be better if the sign made it clear the road was one-way in the wrong direction.

Sign for NCN route 1 crossing to contraflow lane on King St, Norwich

Route signs on NCN route 1 entering Norwich (actually a pretty immediate right turn)

Route markers on NCN route 1 entering Norwich from the south

Sign for the rather roundabout route from Norwich station to the city centre

Excellent cycling map of Norwich

Road closure and route sign on NCN route 1 in Norwich

Cycle route west from the University of East Anglia

The radial pedalway makes a discreet turn to the right here.

Confused signage - there was meant to be a two-way cycleway on the near side of the road, but then Norfolk highways department realised there had to be more space for buses, so the on-road cycle lane was left on the far side of the road.

Cycle parking and route signs on Tombland - the crossing point of Norwich's main radial pedalways.

Barely visible signs for NCN route 1 (barely visible beneath all the clutter of signs for more important users, ie cars) entering central Norwich

NCN route 1 takes a roundabout route from Norwich station to the centre via the spiffy new cycle bridge.

NCN route 1 running along a traffic-free street and bridge in Norwich.

Slightly misleading sign on NCN route 1 in Norwich - there's actually a crossing to the right.

NCN route 1 in Norwich - actually along the street to the rear.

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