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Photo listing : road environments (infrastructure)

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

Rouse's Lane passes through an industrial estate, with the end unit displaying a very questionable "no walking" sign to the bridleway.

Rouse's Lane connects the Howdale with Stonecross Road. The tarmac road from the cemetery joins Rouse's Lane at this point - the dead get smoother roads than the living!

The first part of Stonecross Road east of the A10 is tarmac and used to access the garden centre on the right

Stonecross Road between Downham Market and Bexwell diverts through the car park of these industrial units to cross the A10.

Roads in Burnham Market are all effectively reduced to alternate one-way use by parked cars.

Even in April Burnham Market is dominated by cars.

NCN route 1 avoiding the centre of Burnham Market

More confident riders might just make a conventional right turn on the road here.

NCN route 1 crossing a fairly minor road.

Cycle track bypass of mini-roundabout. Very rough and rarely swept, compared with the smooth carriageway which is unsurprisingly preferred by most cyclists.

Emerging from Waterloo Street which is one way except cycles. People cycling can either ride straight across as a give-way or use the Toucan crossing on the left as shown. The shared-use path ahead is barely wide enough for peak times (typi ... [more]

New layout of Waterloo Street allowing two-way cycling. It says Shared Space but it's not quite as we know it. The no-entry signs at the far end have "Except Cycles" below.

Heading down the Avenue towards Dersingham. Much easier than the climb back up. Although this is a B-road, it is usually pretty quiet: quieter than the minor road leading to Sandringham car parks from the A149.

Quiet grass-centred road around the back of houses avoiding staggered crossroads.

Boal Quay / Hardings Way collapsing bollards. Picture taken with handlebar camera. Bizarrely, NCN Route 1 still hasn't been diverted onto this flat, quiet bus-and-bikes-only road built as part of the mostly-harmful-to-cycling CIF2 project - ... [more]

Quiet riverside link from NCN routes 11 and 30 to Littleport station - one of the few times the road climbs up beside the Great Ouse.

Quiet riverside link from NCN routes 11 and 30 to Littleport station - one of the few times the road climbs up beside the Great Ouse.

Quiet riverside link from NCN routes 11 and 30 to Littleport station.

Quiet riverside link from NCN routes 11 and 30 to Littleport station

NCN route 30 crosses the A10 here to join NCN route 11 across the fens.

The A10 - narrow and busy with impatient drivers (as a rule) - not cycle-friendly.

Turning into the new Kings Lynn bus & bike road.

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