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Photo listing (good practice)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

NCN route 1 on the private road through the Castle Rising estate

A large area of road space has been taken for a playground - they could have done a better job with the cycle access, however.

Sign for cycle parking inside the car park, King's Lynn

GIVE WAY Cycle lanes sign where Route 1 crosses a car park road, possibly 1990s vintage - the lower plate would be phrased "Cycle track" under current regulations.

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.

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

A gate narrower than the road, enabling cycles to enter/exit the Walks from the south easily. Very simple yet underrated infrastructure.

Bus station cycle park about half full. This is about a quarter of it. South end of #84611 visible on the top left.

People cycling along the wide section of National Cycle Network route 1 through the Walks as it starts to get dark

Cycling zebra crossing at the southern entrance to King's Lynn Transport Interchange. One third of the cycle park visible to the left of the riders.

Pleasant shared-use axis through this new development

New 60-space indoor cycle park with lockers, using an underused space (intruding walls and required widths prevented use of most of it for disabled parking) in staffed multi-storey car park. Enter/exit via disabled arch on north side.

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.

A10 cycleway bends away from the road to cross the Polver Drain on this dedicated walking/cycling bridge instead of narrowing to fit over the road bridge.

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.

Hardwick Road / Campbells Meadow crossing island. Wide toucan crossings with large dipped areas and flat kerbs. It's much better than most, but has a few mistakes: the push buttons should be further from the road edge, the turn onto the exi ... [more]

Four bike staples outside Gaywood Library. Visible from the library, popular and well-used. Picture taken from handlebar camera.

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.

Cycle access to the new Kings Lynn bus & bike road and NCN routes 1/11

Cut-through north of Kings Lynn station - ramp added alongside older steps

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]

Decent stands at the new Welney Wildfowl Centre

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