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All photos in & around King's Lynn

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170000Photo #170000Have you tried cycling anywhere around here. It's impossible to cross in either direction if you are even in the slightest bit nervous.

A terrible set of circumstances for cyclists. Uphill, narrow roads, all types of vehicles, driven at all speeds, in all conditions, often in mud from the quarry.

Lethal & very poor connectivity for both pedestrians & cyclists alike.

The whole of the A149 between Snettisham & Old Hunstanton needs serious review & redesign to gain green-credentials. Leisure users & residential commuters will soon insist this improvement is made, the importance of which will become apparent in the next few years with incoming families swelling the area in the multiple housing estates & in town developments.

Connect these 4 residential areas & you'll create a huge newly connected community, that can travel carbon-free. A route interspersed with beautiful green spaces & a new corridor of commercial viability.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169999Photo #169999The path here, all the way to Snettisham, is broken down, crumbling, unfit for purpose. Widen & resurfacing req. Once in a generation chance to provide cycleway & pedestrian footpath to connect 3 villages & a town. And create a bigger, safer, caring, environmentally friendly community spirit.

A well designed cycleway needs to be built between Snettisham & Old Hunstanton.

It can serve mobility vehicles too. Vital connectivity is needed. This route is a very cost effective solution. It's due an upgrade.

Snettisham to Heacham to New & then Old Hunstanton.

A cycleway fit for the future please.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169998Photo #169998Cycle path ends here! Continue path north to around edge of roundabout. Create low sleeping policeman crossing here to connect to existing cycle path up Redgate Hill to next roundabout.

The current alternative is to cut leaving cycle path via cut-through to Hunstanton Road which leads to a dangerous blind bend on the wrong side of the road, where you have to hide in the bushes, then leap out, hoping no vehicle is coming. Very very dangerous. And this also restricts children from Heacham cycling to senior school.

All along the A149 from Snettisham to Old Hunstanton needs desperate attention, in both size & quality.

Systems that provide low carbon travel create a booming green economy. Build it & It'll change the psychology of the area forever & fir the better.

Let's lead the way.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169996Photo #169996Used by all ages, this high passage is the main cycle path & pedestrian route for two schools, a town centre & three quarters of Hunstanton's housing stock. Completely unfit for purpose. Very narrow, high, dangerous sloping position overlooking cars, buses & delivery lorries exiting & entering a undersized roundabout on 4 sides.

This is the main road. King's Lynn Road, used by residents & the whole of North Norfolk !

A complete redesign here is needed.

It's the Gateway to Hunstanton North & the AONB...
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169995Photo #169995Dangerous zone. Road narrows to junctions & 90° blind corner. Widen for pedestrians & cyclists alike.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169994Photo #169994Large Cycle storage (Family locker & single sizes). Can be monitored via camera on Council Building.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169971Photo #169971The promenade between Heacham and Hunstanton should be equipped for cycling, it's wide enough. A lot of towns have shared spaces for walkers and cyclists.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169966Photo #169966The road from the Dersingham roundabout to the cycle way is really unpleasant to cycle at anytime. If there was a cycleway it would complete a comfortable route from Hunstanton to King's Lynn ( rather than the longer and winding existing cycle route which is much slower).Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
169502Photo #169502Didlington Drove, in Thetford ForestTrack:
Infrastructure
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169500Photo #169500Alternative loop of NCN route 30 crossing the A134Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169499Photo #169499Alternative loop of NCN route 30 crossing the A134Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169422Photo #169422Footbridge by a ford on the Peddars Way by Castle Acre prioryCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
169421Photo #169421Route signs on the Peddars WayRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169420Photo #169420Route signs on the Peddars Way, on a very little-used lane out of Castle AcreRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
169419Photo #169419The Peddars Way leaving Castle Acre on a narrow laneRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
169416Photo #169416Link from Castle Acre Priory to the Peddars WayRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
169415Photo #169415The Peddars Way leaves Castle Acre through the Bailey GateRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
169414Photo #169414Modal filter in Castle AcreCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
169413Photo #169413The Peddars Way is an asphalt road north of Castle Acre, but a footpath has been provided on the west side.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169412Photo #169412Trig point at start of asphalted section of the Peddars Way to Castle AcreTrack:
Infrastructure
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169411Photo #169411Farm track crossing the Peddars WayTrack:
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169410Photo #169410End of sandy section of the Peddars WayTrack:
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169409Photo #169409Loose sandy section of the Peddars Way - grippy tyres neededTrack:
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169408Photo #169408The Peddars Way crossing the B1145Track:
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169407Photo #169407The Peddars Way crossing Drunken DroveTrack:
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169406Photo #169406The Peddars WayTrack:
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169405Photo #169405Road crossing on the Peddars WayTrack:
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169404Photo #169404Puddles on the Peddars WayTrack:
Infrastructure
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169403Photo #169403Route sign for bridleway west from the Peddars Way - but it's on the far side of the hedge.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169402Photo #169402Greengate Lane, from the Peddars Way to Great MassinghamTrack:
Infrastructure
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169401Photo #169401Bridleway west from the Peddars WayTrack:
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169400Photo #169400Route sign on the Peddars Way for another village walkRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169399Photo #169399Route sign and staggered road crossing on the Peddars WayRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169398Photo #169398Sign for bridleway and circular walk west from the Peddars WayTrack:
Infrastructure
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169397Photo #169397Sign for bridleway and circular walk west from the Peddars WayRoute sign:
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routesigns
169396Photo #169396A poem on a stele by the Peddars WayGeneral sign/notice:
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signs
169395Photo #169395Bridleway east from the Peddars WayTrack:
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169394Photo #169394The Peddars WayTrack:
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169393Photo #169393The Peddars WayTrack:
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169392Photo #169392The Peddars Way at the A148 Fakenham RoadTrack:
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169391Photo #169391Route sign where the Peddars Way crosses the A148 Fakenham RoadRoute sign:
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routesigns
169390Photo #169390The Peddars Way crossing Old Fakenham StreetTrack:
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169389Photo #169389The Peddars WayTrack:
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169388Photo #169388Sign for cycle route from the Peddars Way to Houghton HallRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169387Photo #169387The Peddars Way - dips caused by wheel spinning motorbikes or farm vehiclesTrack:
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169386Photo #169386Sign for cycle route to Houghton Hall via the Peddars WayRoute sign:
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169385Photo #169385Road crossing and signs on the Peddars WayTrack:
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169384Photo #169384Road crossing on the Peddars WayTrack:
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169381Photo #169381The Peddars WayTrack:
Infrastructure
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169380Photo #169380Ling House Road leading west from the Peddars WayTrack:
Infrastructure
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169379Photo #169379Bircham Road leading east from the Peddars WayTrack:
Infrastructure
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169378Photo #169378The Peddars Way crossing Ling House Road and Bircham Road (byways, at best)Track:
Infrastructure
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169377Photo #169377Road crossing and sign on the Peddars WayRoute sign:
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routesigns
169376Photo #169376The Peddars Way - there are lots of spots where wheel spin from motorbikes or farm vehicles has left nasty dips in the trail.Track:
Infrastructure
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169364Photo #169364Fork right on NCN route 1 west from Burnham MarketRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169363Photo #169363The actual market place in Burnham Market now has spacious service roads on either side of the main road for two-way cycling.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
169362Photo #169362Sensible scheme to slow cars at the junction - but why not put in some cycle parking for the Burnham Market Stores across the road?Road environment:
Problem
road
169361Photo #169361Vintage road sign on NCN route 1General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
169360Photo #169360The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.Track:
Infrastructure
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169359Photo #169359The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.Track:
Infrastructure
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169358Photo #169358The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.Track:
Infrastructure
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169355Photo #169355Route signs on NCN route 1 at Burnham ThorpeRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169354Photo #169354Start of green lane to ShammerTrack:
Infrastructure
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169353Photo #169353No cycle parking at Creake AbbeyCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
169352Photo #169352End of the byway from HolkhamTrack:
Infrastructure
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169351Photo #169351The byway surface is slightly better on the far side of the roadTrack:
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169350Photo #169350Loose sandy surface on the bywayTrack:
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169349Photo #169349Byway and farm roadTrack:
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169348Photo #169348The byway has a much worse surface than the Roman roadTrack:
Infrastructure
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169344Photo #169344The Roman road outside the west side of the Holkham estateTrack:
Infrastructure
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169267Photo #169267Half-hidden signs for NCN route 1 in Burnham MarketRoute sign:
Problem
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169266Photo #169266Route sign for NCN route 1 in Burnham MarketRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169265Photo #169265Restricted byway north from NCN route 1Track:
Infrastructure
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169263Photo #169263Route sign on NCN route 1Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169262Photo #169262Route sign on NCN route 1Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169261Photo #169261Route sign on NCN route 1Route sign:
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routesigns
169260Photo #169260Signs on NCN route 1Route sign:
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routesigns
169259Photo #169259Fork left on NCN route 1 to head west from RingsteadRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169258Photo #169258Route sign on the Peddars Way cyclists' routeRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169257Photo #169257The northern end of the Peddars Way - no cycling on the Norfolk coast path.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169256Photo #169256Route signs on the Peddars Way cyclists' routeRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169255Photo #169255Turn right on NCN route 1, or left on the Peddars Way cyclists' routeRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169254Photo #169254Route sign on NCN 1 (and the Peddars Way cyclists' route)Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169253Photo #169253Route sign on NCN 1 (and the Peddars Way cyclists' route)Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169252Photo #169252No way through on the old railway towards DockingObstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
169251Photo #169251The former Sedgeford station - no way through on the old railway towards HeachamObstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
169250Photo #169250Right turn on the cyclists' Peddars Way route (and NCN1 coming from the west and turning left/north)Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169249Photo #169249The Peddars Way continues north as a footpath, and cyclists have to turn left and follow a road routeRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
169248Photo #169248The Peddars Way - it continues north as a footpath, and cyclists have to turn left and follow a road routeTrack:
Infrastructure
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169247Photo #169247The Peddars WayTrack:
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169246Photo #169246Road crossing on the Peddars WayTrack:
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169245Photo #169245The Peddars WayTrack:
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169244Photo #169244The Peddars Way passing through the Sandringham estateTrack:
Infrastructure
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169243Photo #169243Link to the Peddars WayTrack:
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169242Photo #169242Sandringham - a big café (and toilets) right on NCN route 1, but there's no sign of any cycle stands.General sign/notice:
Problem
signs
169241Photo #169241Sustrans NCN marker where NCN route 1 crosses the A149General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
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169240Photo #169240Gates have been removed and there's no reason not to take the direct route.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
169239Photo #169239NCN route 1 on the private road through the Castle Rising estateCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
169238Photo #169238North Wootton village hall - a nice new expanse of gravel but not a single cycle stand.Other:
Problem
general
169237Photo #169237New paved link past North Wootton village hallCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways

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