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Photo listing: general sign/notices (infrastructure)

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

Cyclists are asked to dismount when passing beneath the railway.

Cyclists are asked to be prepared to dismount along this section of path.

Sign installed by CT5 People's Forum inviting people to park their bicycles on the stands just beyond this fence.

Cyclists are asked to dismount through Whitstable Harbour.

At busy times cyclists are asked to be prepared to dismount here.

Sign towards cycle parking installed by CT5 People's Forum.

Information panel on NCN regional route 15

Still No Cycling on the esplanade east from Herne Bay

No Cycling on Herne Bay pier

Caution - boats and vehicles crossing the shared-use promenade (NCN regional route 15)

Long Rock - the cycle route turns left, there's briefly only a footpath by the coast

Be Prepared to Dismount markings on the seafront route east from Whitstable (NCN regional route 15)

No Motor Vehicles on this cut-through in Whitstable

Dead end - except cyclists

Cyclists Dismount sign at the underpass beneath the railway, narrowed by barriers to help people not bang their heads.

Notice to users of the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1)

Cyclists on the Crab & Winkle route (NCN route 1) have to give way to road traffic, horses and pedestrians.

No Cycling 10.30am-4pm on Canterbury's main shopping street

painted-out No Cycling sign.

Cyclists Dismount on NCN route 1 to go under the railway

Cyclists Dismount on NCN route 1 to go under the railway

Cyclists Dismount on NCN route 1 to go under the railway

No Motor Vehicles except for access (which seems to include quite a lot of vehicles) on the King's Mile, Canterbury

Designated cycle route around St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury

Dead End except cycles

Dead end except for cyclists and pedestrian access to Canterbury East station

Information panel on the Stour Valley Way (NCN route 18)

Cycle path to Canterbury. Make up your mind!

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 … [more]

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