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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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

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

Move onto the path. This transition needs work

No Entry except cycles. Need to establish a proper cycle contra flow or block this to traffic coming off the A2.

Crossing point to Harbledown. It's a bit rubbish really.

Track on the right could be developed into a proper path and then a better crossing point installed at the end

Turn right for Faversham and London

Straight on for Canterbury through Upper Harbledown.

This is the old London Road. It could do with a little TLC. The cycle signs on the left are irrelevant and should be removed

The darker tarmac in the middle of the picture is the start of the old London Road. When safe, move onto it and keep going. This transition needs work.

Again this section work and more contradictory signage. Path needs to be wider and bobbled slabs replaced.

This section needs sorting out. Watch for vehicles on the petrol station slip road

Turn left up here takes you into Blean woods and you can follow New Road, a wide earth road, all the way to Rough Common on the outskirts of Canterbury. A lovely way to approach the City

This Altira Park business park has a very wide cycle path.

Crab and Winkle way runs through farmland

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

Narrow cycle path between back gardens and the railway.

The no cycling markings here are being left to fade as this will eventually become NCN15.

Although cycling is not strictly permitted along here it is already quite a popular route and plans are in place to formalise this.

Cycling towards Herne Bay - the joins in this concrete road punctuate this section.

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]

Short narrow section of the Crab & Winkle Way (NCR1). A little difficult, but ultimately possible, to get a trailer past the barriers.

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