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

Parking for six cycles outside the takeaway in Town Square is concealed behind this low wall. I assume that hiding it made sense to someone.

Dropped kerb in the corner spaces of this car park enables a short-cut to the market square instead of going all the way west to the Railway Road junction - as long as no cars are parked here!

NCN routes 1 and 11 crossing the old main road at Kings Lynn (with marshall/cones for a running event)

NCN11 Route Signs on quiet-ish roads past the Angel at Watlington. RR30 leaves the village past the rail station.

NCN routes 1/11 crossing old road parallel to A47

Full cycle stands at Downham Market rail station. Unfortunately the stands are crammed in too close together, making it awkward to lock more than one bike to each stand.

Downham Market is a pleasant market town, that has been marred like many others by a needless one way system. Here, people on NCN11 have to take a tour of the town via that same one way system. Why ? It allows the streets to be used a ... [more]

This is where NCN11 should go, straight up the High Street, but it is one way. So you have to cycle all the way around the one way system. Is it really so important that the van has a place to park ? Why isn't there two way cycling ? Hav ... [more]

NCN11 Ryston End is perfect for cycling - quiet and leafy. Unfortunately the quality of the route takes a serious nose dive as you head south out of town.

NCN11 through Downham Market is very well signed. Not only with official finger posts, but the local route ranger has obviously ben busy with sticky route signs at every turning. Shame about the narrow path and poor surfaces as you head ... [more]

How do you know you are on a National Cycle Route ? Because it is poorly surfaced. Rough, loose gravel in this case. We can do better than this. 3m wide, sealed surface, vegetation cut back. That is the MINIMUM standard for a cycle pa ... [more]

How do you know you are omn a National Cycle Route ? Because it is narrow and poorly surfaced. Or not surfaced at all in this case. We can do better than this. 3m wide, sealed surface, vegetation cut back. That is the MINIMUM standard ... [more]

NCN11 Well signed, a useful bridge over the Downham Market bypass, but the path is narrow and poorly surfaced. Here is the best surfacing but even this is narrow and dusty.

Narrow and steep but this bridge is a useful crossing point over the Downham Market bypass

NCN11 Well signed, a useful bridge over the Downham Market bypass, but the path isnarrow and poorly surfaced.

How do you know you are on a National Cycle Route ? The dreadful surface. Is this the best we can manage ? It gets worse over the bridge into Downham Market where it is nothing but a narrow, dirt bridlepath.

Cycle link needed here from NCN11 (Denver to Downham Market) down to the Ryston Road link across the A10. Straight through the bollards and down to the road infront of the house.

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