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This listing only shows photos within King's Lynn.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Cycle tracks through this small park are a hub on the local cycling network. Leaves are swept up but the surfaces have been left to get rather uneven.

Cycle track bridge over the River Nar between Central Park and Minnow Avenue finally opened in September 2016 after years fenced off and standing idle, although the roads to the north still await their top layer of surface, so expect a bump … [more]

Nice cycle track bridge over a drain connecting Chase Avenue with an underused cycle track to the difficult level crossing and a stone road southwards.

North end of bridge over the railway to the Hardwick Industrial Estate. Unnecessarily tight slalom barriers at the foot both otherwise popular and well-used.

Cycle track passes over this bridge over the River Gaywood connecting the Reffley and Springwood areas.

Bawsey Drain bank cycleway. Mostly fairly narrow and vegetation out of control. Annoying pedalcatcher fences. Despite all that, still a useful way to avoid the A road past the docks!

5m cycleway through Lynnsport and Leisure park. Not priority marked at cycleway crossroads. Has priority over road crossing just out of shot. Image taken from handlebar camera.

NCN1 narrow section parallel to A149, just before the summer vegetation cut. Ordinarily just wide enough for two cycles to pass.

Road reclaimed as cycleway (NCN1) between Castle Rising and Babingley. The only motor vehicles using this section are for access to fields and an adjacent property or two.

Transition between gravel (cars allowed) and tarmac cycleway sections of Fairfield Lane.

Sandringham Railway Path (NCN1/EV12/NSCR) heading north. 2.8m wide shared greenway. People walking and riding share easily but it could really do with more of it widening to 4m to ease congestion.

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