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

These barriers don't permit cycle trailers

That is *really* awful! Beats ones in Canterbury hands down, at least you could wheel bike thru them! @Phil_PJA

Toucan crossing over the A2990 Thanet Way.

Sculpture beside the Crab & Winkle Way shared cycle / foot path.

Riders on a Kent Bike Week event enjoying a recently resurfaced downhill bit of the Crab and Winkle way.

Crab and Winkle way runs through farmland

The crab and winkle way turns off this short on-road section.

Bit of cycle related artwork being passed by a Kent County Council Bike Week ride

Cycle parking in the corner of the car park furthest from the station entrance.

Steps up to Whitstable Station south side

The sign says that no horses, horse and carts or pedestrians are allowed on the A299. Apparently it previously showed that cyclists were prohibited too, but has been edited to remove that restriction. Cycling on that road may be permitted b ... [more]

Heavy and busy traffic on the road here make this cycleway a rather depressing cycle ride. This lorry was in the layby two days running and the rear wheels of the trailer unit seemed to be locked up with a green cable lock which seemed e ... [more]

Cycle path alongside Thanet Way

A toucan crossing of Thanet Way.

Crossing an arm of a busy roundabout.

Narrow cycle route underneath pedestrian bridge

Heavily overgrown cycle path

Thanet Way cycle path

Narrow cycle path between back gardens and the railway.

Patronizing signage screams CYCLISTS DISMOUNT THROUGH TUNNEL.

Discrete artwork marks this end of the Crab and Winkle way in Whitstable.

Whitstable is about a mile downhill on this quite busy road. The other way is to follow NCN1 along to the Crab and Winkle Way - an old railway line, but that's a mile along quite a depressing cycle route that runs alongside a dual carriagew ... [more]

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Canterbury.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Whitstable.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Clowes Wood.

Approaching Clowes Wood on the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). About to cross the A299.

The Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) bears to the left here.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) climbing into Clowes Wood. Almost at the top. The route bears to the right as it enters a clearing.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) through Clowes Wood.

At the top of the hill following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) through Clowes Wood. The C&W (NCR1) route bears downhill to the right towards Canterbury. The route to the left takes a circular route to the car park.

Following the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) downhill to route of Crab and Winkle railway.

Clowes Wood

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) passing through Clowes Wood.

Artwork beside Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) at the Canterbury end of the route.

Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) running along the edge of a field at Amery Court farm, near Blean.

"Winding pond" rest area. A winding engine used to be based here to haul the train along the Crab and Winkle route. From here the route joins the original route that the Crab and Winkle railway took.

Just outside the winding pond rest area, looking down the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) towards Whitstable, along the original route of the Crab and Winkle railway.

Entrance to traffic-free portion of Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1) at South Street, Whitstable. Looking South towards Canterbury. Watch out for motorists when coming out of this junction.

Returning to Canterbury along the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). The bridge over the A299 can be seen halfway down the picture with Clowes Wood beyond that.

Climb into Clowes Wood along the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1).

View north along the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1)

P1070066 Location: , Whitstable (England, United Kingdom)

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