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Photo listing : route signs

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This listing only shows photos within Ely.
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Route signs on NCN route 51 in Burwell - the route through the car park to Tan House Lane (and Ely) is not shown on OpenCycleMap

Route sign on NCN 51, Burwell

Turn right then left in NCN route 51, Burwell

Signs for NCN route 11 north from Ely

Oddly large sign for the shared-use path parallel to the A10 Ely bypass

Sign for the National Byway west from Ely - but there's no safe crossing of the A10

NCN route 11 sign seen through Ely cathedral gatehouse

National Byway signs

NCN route 11 from Wicken Fen towards Cambridge

Sign for mystery Cycle Route

NCN route 11 (and in the distance a cut-through to the East Cambs Council car park)

It's not clear if this on-road or a shared-use footway.

The Hovis Natiional Byway leaving Ely

This cycle route sign is curiously placed about 10 metres away from the actual cycle route which runs to the left and right behind me and directly behind. This track is not designated for cycling.

Lodes Way sign guides you across the busy road ahead via a toucan crossing.

Signs on the Lodes Way

Network signage

Clear signage at Wilderness Junction.

Placid longhorn cattle!

National Cycle Network signs between Burwell and Reach.

Link to the Lodes Way.

A short detour for the NCN route in Burwell.

National Cycle Network route signs in northern Burwell.

National Cycle Network sign entering Burwell.

National Cycle Network sign entering Burwell.

Signing the Lodes Way

Route signage on the 'Lodes Way'

New signs on the 'Lodes Way'

Riders in the distance

New signage on the 'Lodes Way'

Bridleway from Woodditton to Dullingham - signposted (wrongly) as a footpath at the other end, and as a bridleway at this end.

Bridleway from Woodditton to Dullingham - signposted (wrongly) as a footpath at this end, and as a bridleway at the other end.

National Cycle Network signage in Reach - also note sign for short section of byway behind.

This sign has become more international since the 2005 picture of it. #8349

''Cyclists Dismount' - well, arguably if you want to cross the road, but certainly not to continue on National Cycle Network route 51 around the corner to the left.

The cycle route to Newmarket from here is a quiet 15 miles one way, or 6 miles on busy roads the other way. http://www.samuelfrench.co.uk/p/1572/my-friend-miss-flint

Sign on route 51

National Cycle Network signage in Swaffham Prior (High St).

National Cycle Network sign in Burwell.

NCN51 route signs

NCN51 turns off here. Can you spot the route signs?

More NCN51 signage. "End of Route" really means "route crosses road here".

It's not immediately obvious what NCN51 does here (it takes a detour up Heath Road to avoid the bends on the main road.)

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

Cambridge 17, still! directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

A nearby NCN sign #8321 says Cambridge 24, but the footpath says only 16. directional signage

directional signage

directional signage

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