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Photo listing : tracks

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

Didlington Drove, in Thetford Forest

Trig point at start of asphalted section of the Peddars Way to Castle Acre

Farm track crossing the Peddars Way

End of sandy section of the Peddars Way

Loose sandy section of the Peddars Way - grippy tyres needed

The Peddars Way crossing the B1145

The Peddars Way crossing Drunken Drove

The Peddars Way

Road crossing on the Peddars Way

Puddles on the Peddars Way

Greengate Lane, from the Peddars Way to Great Massingham

Bridleway west from the Peddars Way

Sign for bridleway and circular walk west from the Peddars Way

Bridleway east from the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way at the A148 Fakenham Road

The Peddars Way crossing Old Fakenham Street

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way - dips caused by wheel spinning motorbikes or farm vehicles

Road crossing and signs on the Peddars Way

Road crossing on the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

Ling House Road leading west from the Peddars Way

Bircham Road leading east from the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way crossing Ling House Road and Bircham Road (byways, at best)

The Peddars Way - there are lots of spots where wheel spin from motorbikes or farm vehicles has left nasty dips in the trail.

It is not possible to walk or cycle safely along any section of this road. Permissive bridleways alongside this route would be of massive benefit

The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.

The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.

The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.

Start of green lane to Shammer

End of the byway from Holkham

The byway surface is slightly better on the far side of the road

Loose sandy surface on the byway

Byway and farm road

The byway has a much worse surface than the Roman road

The Roman road outside the west side of the Holkham estate

Restricted byway north from NCN route 1

The Peddars Way - it continues north as a footpath, and cyclists have to turn left and follow a road route

The Peddars Way

Road crossing on the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way passing through the Sandringham estate

Link to the Peddars Way

Bridge and footpath link from the Bawsey Drain cycleway, King's Lynn

You can wheel a bike down to the left to reach asphalt by the ruined Wiggenhall St Peter church

Bridleway alongside the Great Ouse past the ruined Wiggenhall St Peter church

Bridleway alongside the Great Ouse to Wiggenhall St Peter

Bridleway north alongside the Great Ouse

Bridleway south alongside the Great Ouse

End of the bridleway north from the former Magdalen railway bridge

Bridleway north from the former Magdalen railway bridge

Bridleway south alongside the Great Ouse

Track north from the former Magdalen railway bridge

Link from the riverside to the former Magdalen railway bridge

Riverside track and the former Magdalen railway bridge

Riverside route south from Watlington

Roughest stretch of the bridleway to the Great Ouse

Start of short bridleway link to the Great Ouse

Parking on pavement, with vehicles often parking wholly on pavement and/or completely obstructing pavement. Ban pavement parking, prevent by use of bollards/planters. Add protected cycle lanes both sides of the road to prevent parking. Desi ... [more]

Car parking on pavement. Ban parking on one side of the street, ban pavement parking.

Motor vehicles use north-side pavement as carriageway instead of waiting for oncoming traffic. Add bollards to protect pavement. Add parking restriction halfway along the road to provide additional passing place.

Car parking on pavement. Ban and restrict with bollards.

Pavement parking. Ban pavement parking here.

Pavement parking. Ban parking on one side of the street, and on the pavements.

Hazardous crossing for school children. Many people driving in here to park at school peak times. Pavement parking. Make pavement continuous across entrance, giving it clear priority. Add anti-parking bollards to keep pavement clear.

Hazardous crossing for school children. Make pavement continuous across entrance, to give it clear priority.

Parking on yellow zig-zags. Make them enforceable by erecting 'no waiting' signs.

Road is very wide, with wide radius, so difficult to cross, particularly at school peak hours. Makes it difficult to walk to school. Also parking on double yellow lines is common here. Add a build-out to narrow the mouth of the road to 2 la ... [more]

Parking and busy/fast traffic outside school. Add yellow zig-zags and make them enforceable by putting up 'no waiting' signs.

Swimming pool is using doors this side as an exit now. Groups/parents crowd here after lessons. Close left-turn slip lane to provide more space.

This needs widening up to the railings. --- Southern side of Hardwick bridge.--- Pathway too narrow from Beech Road to Vancouver Ave.

Overhanging bushes and trees have made the path narrow on both sides of the road. Dangerous at school times. Needs pruning and hedging taken back to make paths wider

Overhanging bushes and trees have made the path narrow on both sides of the road. Dangerous at school times. Needs pruning and hedging taken back to make paths wider

The pavement along the main road is tiny. It’s a main route for most of the village to walk/bike to school and sometimes I feel scared of my child’s safety when a lorry or bus comes by. One wrong move would mean they are on the road. Th ... [more]

Half of pavement is just mud can the pavement be widened please

No footpath or cycleway South Runcton to Runcton Holme

This road can be unsafe for pedestrians and dog walkers and a pavement would improve the situation and also encourage more people to walk.

Pavements too narrow for walkers, children, elderly and dog walkers

I work at the QEH and do a lunchtime 'circuit' which includes cycle paths and residential streets. There are hedges along Gayton Road (bordering Springwood Estate) which are overgrown and encroaching the path - losing perhaps a metre of wa ... [more]

Cars parked on pavements makes it impossible to pass. Use road space to create parking opportunity and keep pavements free for pedestrians

The Cycle/Ped route turns into a muddy path here. Please provide a proper link to Grafton Road

Poor quality access route between housing and schools. suggest better design and remove car parking opportunity within the housing

Primary walking route to library and shops. stop car parking on road and at junction and improve streetscape

Add pedetrain phase to traffic lights to cross tennyson ave. many people cross here but no pedestrain phase to lights

Suggest a raised table and crossing to help slow traffic and give priority to pedestrians and cyclists. Many motorists don't observe the 20mph.

Add pedestrian signal to the traffic lights. Lots of people cross in all directions but no actual pedestrian phase

The traffic lights take far too long to change resulting in people crossing before the lights change.

Pavement near the school is narrow. There is further planning for building in the village which will make it worse

The pavements along Northgate Way, Churchgate Way, Marsh Road and Lynn Road are all uneven, overgrown and narrow. I regularly walk these routes with my two children (one in a buggy) and my dog and there are points where I do feel unsafe bec ... [more]

This road leaves Gayton Road via a roundabout and leads to the Crematorium without any footpath or cycle lane.8

This route has no footpath or cycle lane from Sandy Lane to Knights Hill. Knights Hill is a Hotel & Restaurant that employs many people and has lots of customers at the moment - it does not encourage S Wootton residents to walk or cycle to ... [more]

This road leaves Gayton Road via a roundabout and leads to the Crematorium without any footpath or cycle lane.8

No pavement and a busy road

Proper Pathways and cycle ways would enable residents of MIddleton and Fair Green to cycle/walk safely to Hardwick and town for both work and shopping. This would reduce the amount of traffic and congestion

PAVEMENT VERY NARROW AS IS THE ROAD

Hardly any zebra crossings. Dangerous to cross with children

Pavement covered in dog mess

Pavement is too narrow, with motor traffic passing at high speed. Widen pavement, reduce speed limit to 20mph, remove centre line on road.

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