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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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

This listing only shows photos within Bootle.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Cycleway used for inline skating

Line-separated shared-use footway outside of urban area

Cycle track crossing side road

Segregated cycle track next to road

Cycleway passes beneath Southport Pier

Cycleway along the sea wall

Route into Southport

Line-separated shared use footway along Marine Drive into Southport

Route signs at roundabout

Sign for Ainsdale-on-Sea, omitting all reference to the National Cycle Network route number. The 'cycles only' sign is in contrast to the 'pedestrians and cycles' sign facing the opposite way in #54890. Are pedestrians banned from this sect ... [more]

NCN62 cycle track on far side of road

Sign at path junction

Lots of signs at level crossing

RCN81 sign for Southport

Dusty path

Route sign with destination, but with an estimated journey time instead of distance

Route sign near Freshfield station

A conspicuous cycle route sign!

NCN810 sticker explaining that it is the current end of route. http://modgov.sefton.gov.uk/moderngov/mgAi.aspx?id=25712 gives details of the proposed route across Formby.

A change in the path surface.

Sand on path not as bad as #54669

End of road and path beyond to beach, at side of Crosby Leisure Centre.

Directions for Bootle and Crosby, and for the route in #54664

Route sign for the same route as in #54664 directing cyclists up a no through road. Maybe the ultimate destination of the route is on this road.

Route sign with an emblem but no destination on it. Sorry, I missed the start of the route, so don't know where it goes. And unfilled ditch across start of path.

Sign with sticker for NCN810, directing cyclists through car park

Mileages on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal

Route sign for NCN810 in Bootle

Barrier left open on canal path

Canal path of variable quality on NCN62, at bridge narrowing

The lack of a stopline across the cycle lane I guess means cyclists going to the cycle track can pass on red. The sharp corner could have been avoided by taking a cycle track passed the other side of the signal post and such ambiguity would ... [more]

The cycle route leaves the parallel road to run alongside the A59 on a cycle track.

Sign for Netherton, with separate sticker for route number

Cycle path meets road at Aintree

An Advance Stop Line on the A59. NCN62 turns left here, but rejoins the A59 further along.

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