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Photo listing: route signs (problem)

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Sign directs the Bridgewater Way onto the right hand fork - which leads to some steps #88334. It is far more sensible to keep to the newly tarmacked towpath.

Tiny Sustrans sign directs you to a left turn ahead - if you notice it!

Route sign - points down a narrow mud path down an earth bank #103366

Sustrans route sign on link from NCN 5 to NCN 562 in Runcorn - blink and you'd miss it. Also the direction is for route 562 not 62.

Route sign. Either the arrow to Clifton is pointing in the wrong direction or the next sign is missing. You need to head along the road straight on (Grangeway) or turn left the immediately right on to the parallel service road (Whitchurch … [more]

route sign points in the wrong direction

broken route sign points into the hedge

route sign is lost in the foliage

The tiny sticker on the post is the only indication that this is the route of the Runcorn Cycleway from the roundabout on the A533

Route sign for Runcorn Loop cycleway. No indiaction as to wher to ride in the other direction.

Signs point along Pitts Heath Lane to the roundabout ... then nothing.

Proper signs are needed here. Small stickers stuck to round posts are difficult to spot and are unsuitable for anything other than route confirmation signs.

route sign - one direction only

Not very helpful if you want to know where to go.

Cycleways fork here but it is difficult to tell which way to go. The large fingerpost for the Bridgewater Way(RCN 82) points between the two routes - the way is down steps to the left. The small low sticker for the Runcorn Loop is very easy … [more]

Bridgewater Way route sign points only on one direction.

Route sign only shows one direction on the Bridgewater Way.

Sign points to Runcorn Town Centre - but which way do you turn on the tow path?

Route Sign on the Bridgewater Way - could do with an arrow pointing in the opposite direction as well

route sign - but pointing only on one direction

Cycleway - but where to?

Bridgwater Way Cycleway crosses the canal here - contrary to the direction indicated on the sign.

Misleading Routes Sign. - The Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) turns off Marina Lane here to cross the canal in the direction the pedestrians are taking. The red sign behind the pedestrians implies no access - but this is intended for motors.

Route sign needed to show where the Runcorn loop Cycleway turns off Falstone Drive.

Misleading route sign - The Bridgewater Way is on thje other side of the canal.

Stickers on lamp posts do not make for good route signs. it is very easy to miss the turn off from Windmill Hill Avenue to the Runcorn Loop Cycleway.

Misleading Route Sign: Direction to Norton Priory is OK, but to get to Preston Brook you need to follow the path down to the canal towpath.

Misleading sign: The Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) follows the canal, but the sign points along the Runcorn Loop cycleway which crosses the bridge.

Route sign for the Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) is needed at this road junction. The public footpath signs point in the correct directions, but it is not at all obvious that this is this is the way the cycle route goes.

Rather faded sign only shows the route of the Bridgewater Way (RCN 82) in one direction.

Route sign on the Bridgewater Way (RCN 82). Only shows one direction at a three-way junction.

END OF CYCLE ROUTE sign - not that a route ever started here.

tiny sticker on post indicates cycle route turns left at this junction

route sticker on post is easy to miss

difficult to spot sticker on round post is supposed to be a route sign indicating cyclists should take the left fork.over a nasty upstand. UPDATE 2019: The upstand has been fixed and the path resurfaced. see: #110399

Route sign directs cyclists along road where cycling is not allowed! See #53813.

Another destinationless Trans Pennine Trail sign, and below it a plate that reads "Limited Disabled Access (Steps) 700m ahead" but without any indication as to which direction this relates.

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