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Cycle route signs along National Cycle Route 1. Also a cycle route sign towards the City Centre via Mill Lane (next to The Millers Arms pub).

National Cycle Route 1 signs. Head west past the Victoria Hotel to reach Blean and Harbledown. Head east and via the toucan crossing to reach the city centre. For Canterbury High School follow the sign towards the City centre. Then ... [more]

Cycle route signs between Archbishop's School & University of Kent (head north-west on cycle path beside main road, then use toucan crossing) and Canterbury High School & city centre (head south-west).

Cycle route signs between Canterbury High School & city centre (head south-west) and Archbishop's School & University of Kent (head north-west on cycle path beside main road, then use toucan crossing)

Cycle route sign towards the University of Kent and Archbishop's School. Following this route will also take you towards the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link".

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. Climb the hill on the left (north-west) into the University of Kent to reach the Crab & Winkle Way. Conti ... [more]

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. Climb the hill (north-west) into the University of Kent to reach the Crab & Winkle Way. Turn left (south- ... [more]

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. NCR1 isn't explicitly signed here.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. NCR1 isn't explicitly signed here.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. To reach the city centre and Canterbury West railway station turn left out of Salisbury Road. To reach th ... [more]

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. To reach the University of Kent and the Crab & Winkle Way turn into Lyndhurst Close. To reach the city ce ... [more]

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. NCR1 isn't explicitly marked on these signs, however.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. NCR1 isn't explicitly marked on these signs, however.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. NCR1 isn't explicitly marked on these signs, however.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the city centre and the University of Kent. NCR1 isn't explicitly marked on these signs, however.

Signs on the National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" between the University of Kent and the city centre. NCR1 isn't explicitly marked on these signs, however.

Shared-use lit cycle path across St. Stephen's Field.

Cycle route signs at the edge of St. Stephen's Field. National Cycle Route 1 towards the University of Kent and the Crab & Winkle Way heads west here on the field side of the hedge. NCR1 towards Canterbury West station (not signed here) and ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 towards the University of Kent following the Crab & Winkle Link heads north here, passing beneath the railway,.

Following National Cycle Route 1 towards the University of Kent.

The National Cycle Route 1 branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" follows a cycle path on the west side of Station Road West towards the University of Kent, Canterbury West railway station and the Crab & Winkle Way.

The National Cycle Route 1 (not signposted here) branch known as the "Crab & Winkle Link" crosses North Lane here via a traffic island towards the University of Kent and Canterbury West railway station. The Crab & Winkle Way can be reached ... [more]

The Crab & Winkle Link branch of National Cycle Route 1 turns south (left) here into The Causeway to join the main branch of NCR1.

National Cycle Route 1 (not signposted here) towards the University of Kent, Canterbury West railway station (not signposted here) turns onto a short section of cycle path here, to cross North Lane via a traffic island into Station Road Wes ... [more]

Cycle route towards Canterbury West railway station and the University of Kent. The "Crab & Winkle Link" branch of National Cycle Route 1 follows this route, but isn't signed here.

Cycle route sign on National Cycle Route 1 at the junction between The Causeway / Pound Lane / St. Radigund's Street. Head east along St. Radigund's Street (pass Miller's Arms pub shortly thereafter) towards Sandwich. Head west along Pound ... [more]

Cyclists should dismount when passing over the footbridge located opposite Canterbury East railway station.

Cycle route sign towards the city centre and the temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 (which'll be removed soon). Once past the railings to which these signs are attached turn left-left to pass these signs on the other side in ... [more]

Cycle route signs outside a children's playground at the corner of Knight Avenue and Rheims Way. Head left to reach the St. Mildred's area / Toddler's Cove area of town. About turn and use subway (north) to reach National Cycle Route ... [more]

Cycle route signs outside a children's playground at the corner of Knight Avenue and Rheims Way. Head left (north) to reach National Cycle Route 1, the Crab & Winkle Way, Canterbury city centre, and the University of Kent. Head right (south ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 towards Canterbury city centre, Sandwich, Deal, and Dover turns left (south-east) here and descends into the city.

National Cycle Route 1 towards Whitstable follows the path around the edge of Dukes Meadow.

National Cycle Route 1 sign towards Whitstable. At the end of Westgate Court Avenue join the cycle path on the left.

National Cycle Route 1 signs. South towards Canterbury city centre, Canterbury cathedral and National Cycle Route 18. West towards Blean (not on the sign) and Whitstable. East (no finger sign) towards Archbishop's School. The University of ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 signs. West towards Blean (not on the sign) and Whitstable. South towards Canterbury city centre, Canterbury cathedral and National Cycle Route 18. East (no finger sign) towards Archbishop's School. The University of ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 signs. North towards Blean (not on the sign) and Whitstable. Eastward towards Canterbury city centre. West (no finger sign) towards Harbledown.

National Cycle Route 1 signs. Eastward towards Canterbury city centre. North towards Blean (not on the sign) and Whitstable. West (not signposted here) towards Harbledown.

Cycle route sign for National Cycle Route 1 towards the University of Kent and towards Harbledown (don't turn right at the next NCR1 sign).

National Cycle Route 1 signs on the north side of London Road. Cross right via the toucan crossing (south) to follow NCR1 towards Canterbury city centre. Turn behind (west) to follow NCR1 towards Blean, Harbledown, and Whitstable (latter no ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 signs on the north side of London Road. Cross via the toucan crossing (south) to follow NCR1 towards Canterbury city centre. Turn left (west) to follow NCR1 towards Blean, Harbledown, and Whitstable (latter not signpo ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 signs on the north side of London Road. Cross via the toucan crossing (south) to follow NCR1 towards Canterbury city centre. Continue ahead (west) to follow NCR1 towards Blean, Harbledown, and Whitstable (latter not s ... [more]

Cross to the north side of London Road via the toucan crossing to follow National Cycle Route 1 towards Blean, Harbledown, and Whitstable (latter not on the sign). Blean and Whitstable are reached via the Crab & Winkle Way.

National Cycle Route 1 towards Whitstable and the Crab & Winkle Way.

Signs for National Cycle Route 1 on the corner of Queens Avenue and Whitehall Bridge Road. Head west along Queens Avenue (not the portion south towards the main road) to get to Whitstable, and beyond to Faversham, Sittingbourne, the Medway ... [more]

National Cycle Route 18 turns right towards Canterbury city centre. Also follow this to reach National Cycle Route 1.

Local cycle route signs between Canterbury city centre, Canterbury East railway station (both via Nunnery Fields) and the colleges (Canterbury College, Canterbury Christchurch University, and University College for the Creative Arts) (Via O ... [more]

Cycle route signs towards Simon Langton Boys School and beyond, partially via a traffic-free path, towards Canterbury city centre and Canterbury cathedral (latter not signed). The school is at the end of Langton Lane, just before the traffi ... [more]

Signs outside Simon Langton Boys School for the cycle route towards Canterbury city centre and the cathedral (not signposted).

Signs along the cycle route between Simon Langton Boys School and Canterbury city centre. For the school, head along this cycle path. This route also leads towards the B2068 and the countryside. Note that cyclists are asked to dismount for ... [more]

Signs along the cycle route between Simon Langton Boys School and Canterbury city centre. For the school, head along this cycle path. This route also leads towards the B2068 and the countryside. Note that cyclists are asked to dismount for ... [more]

Signs along the cycle route between Simon Langton Boys School and Canterbury city centre. For Canterbury city centre and Canterbury cathedral (latter not signposted), turn right out of Juniper Close into Stuppington Lane. For the school, he ... [more]

Signs along the cycle route between Simon Langton Boys School and Canterbury city centre. For the school, turn into left (south) into Juniper Close. This route also leads towards the B2068 and the countryside. For Canterbury city centre and ... [more]

Signs along the cycle route between Simon Langton Boys School and Canterbury city centre. For the school, turn left into Stuppington Lane. For Canterbury city centre and Canterbury cathedral (latter not signposted) continue straight ahead a ... [more]

Covered cycle parking at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital. Now replaced with the stands shown in photo #35631.

Cycle parking outside the Accident & Emergency unit at Kent and Canterbury Hospital.

Cycle parking near the Accident & Emergency unit at Kent and Canterbury Hospital.

Signs along the cycle route between Simon Langton Boys School and Canterbury city centre. For the school, turn into Stuppington Lane, behind. For Canterbury city centre and Canterbury cathedral (latter not signposted), turn left out of Stup ... [more]

Signs along the cycle route towards Simon Langton Boys School. For the school, turn into Stuppington Lane. For Canterbury city centre and Canterbury cathedral (latter not signposted), turn left out of Stuppington Lane into South Canterbury ... [more]

The coloured road marking is substantially wearing away in the right-hand cycle turning for the cycle route towards Simon Langton Boys School. Reported to Kent Highway Services on 2011-03-25 via www.kent.gov.uk/khsfaults. Fault ref 26077 ... [more]

Turn right into Lansdown Road to follow the cycle route towards Canterbury East railway station.

Left (westwards) is the cycle route towards Canterbury East railway station and Canterbury city centre. The temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 follows this. Right (eastwards), but not signposted, is a route to the Kent and Ca ... [more]

South, the cycle route towards the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Wincheap School, and the temporary National Cycle Route 18 alignment turn right here, over the footbridge. There are steps on the bridge, but also a bicycle wheeling strip. ... [more]

The cycle route towards the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Wincheap School, and the temporary National Cycle Route 18 alignment turn right here, over the footbridge. There are steps on the bridge, but also a bicycle wheeling strip. Straig ... [more]

The cycle route towards Canterbury College, University College for the Creative Arts, the Kent and Canterbury Hospital and the temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 is straight ahead. It then runs beside the railway line. Canter ... [more]

Cycle route signs towards Canterbury East railway station and Canterbury city centre. The temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 also passes along the same route.

The cycle route towards Canterbury College, University College for the Creative Arts, the Kent and Canterbury Hospital and the temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 turn right here onto a cycle path running beside the railway line. ... [more]

The cycle route towards Canterbury College, University College for the Creative Arts, and the temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 follow a short section of cycle path before turning right here.

Cycle route signs for the temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18. Also signs for the cycle route eastwards towards Colleges (Canterbury College and University College for the Creative Arts [Formerly Kent Institute of Art and Design] ... [more]

Cycle route signs for the temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18. Also signs for the cycle route eastwards towards Colleges (Canterbury College and University College for the Creative Arts [Formerly Kent Institute of Art and Design] ... [more]

The temporary alignment of National Cycle Route 18 turns back on itself here in order to avoid some steps.

Cycle route sign past St. Mildred's church. Unfortunately it doesn't have anything useful, like words or numbers.

Cycle route signs pointing into Gas Street towards Canterbury East railway station, and Canterbury College. A temporary route sign for National Cycle Route 18 is shown here, but this will soon be removed. The new National Cycle Route 18 is ... [more]

Cycle route signing for the temporary National Cycle Route 18 alignment in Canterbury. This temporary alignment will be removed soon. Head right (North-east) to go towards Canterbury city centre and the cathedral via the temporary NCR18 ali ... [more]

Cycle route signs pointing into Gas Street towards Canterbury East railway station, and Canterbury College. A temporary route sign for National Cycle Route 18 is shown here, but this will soon be removed. The new National Cycle Route 18 is ... [more]

Cycle route sign at the point that the cycle path emerges from passing under the main road [Rheims Way]. Head north to reach Canterbury High School, Westgate Gardens, and National Cycle Route 1 (towards Whitstable, Sandwich, Deal, and Dover ... [more]

The cycle path running beside the main road [Rheims Way] turns right at this point. To head towards Canterbury city centre, turn right, then immediately left, heading under Rheims Way. To head towards National Cycle Route 18 (not shown on t ... [more]

Cycle route signs at the junction where the cycle route leaves Rheims Way. Follow "Westgate Gardens (Crab & Winkle Way)" to reach National Cycle Route 1, towards Whitstable or Sandwich. Follow the cycle route south then east under the main ... [more]

Cycle route signs towards the city centre (south and under the main road [Rheims Way]), and towards National Cycle Route 18 (North-west). Canterbury High School (not signed here) can also be reached by following the cycle path to the north, ... [more]

Cycle route sign on route linking to the city centre (beside river, under the main road [Rheims Way]). Behind the photographer (north), the cycle route runs beside Rheims Way to Canterbury High School. NCR18 towards Chartham can also be rea ... [more]

Pothole developing at edge of drain cover. Reported to Kent Highway Services on 2011-03-24 via www.kent.gov.uk/khsfaults. Fault ref 26040.

Large pothole outside 9 Pound Lane, opposite entrance to car park. Reported to Kent Highway Services on 2011-03-24 via www.kent.gov.uk/khsfaults. Fault ref 26039.

Numerous potholes in Union Place at junction with Union Street. Reported to Kent Highway Services on 2011-03-24 via www.kent.gov.uk/khsfaults. Fault ref 26038.

Lots of potholes like this on this corner. Reported to Kent Highway Services on 2011-03-24 via www.kent.gov.uk/khsfaults. Fault ref 26037.

Cycle parking at Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve.

Cycle lockers at Whitstable station.

Cycle parking outside Sturry's library.

Cycle parking at the entrance to Sturry's High Street.

Cycle parking next to the staff entrance to Canterbury City Council's offices.

Cycle parking on a single Sheffield stand outside Canterbury's temporary library.

Residents' cycle parking at The Old Tannery housing development.

Cycle parking at Freeman Court.

This is good cycle parking, but sometimes motorcycles inconsiderately use spaces.

A local gym are wasting cycle parking spaces by parking advertising cycles.

Cycle parking outside Canterbury City Council offices.

Cycle parking outside Canterbury City Council offices.

Poor cycle parking at B&Q.

Cycle parking outside Canterbury Museum and Tibbs Cycle Store.

Cycle parking at student accommodation.

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