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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Runcorn.
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Route Sign

Route continuity indicated by arrows on the pavement.

Route Sign

Route Sign on Runcorn loop cycleway. (Pedestrian crossing #90774 now upgraded to a toucan.)

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route sign - points only in one direction

Cycleway sign could do with a clean.

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Runcorn loop cycleway switches from one side of the road to the other

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route sign - only points one way.

Sign on the Runcorn Loop Cycleway. Could do with an arrow pointing in the other direction.

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Sign points to Bridgewater Way - no dropped kerbs for cyclists to cross Astmoor Road.

route sign on link between NCN562 and Bridgewater Way

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Old route sign

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Route Sign points over a cycle bridge to reach the Bridgewater Way near tho the Brindley Theatre

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The junction of NCN562 and NCN62

Signage on a path junction next to the Bridgewater Expressway underpass

The cycle path runs alongside the Runcorn Spur Road

Directions in Phoenix Park

Path junction at Bridgewater Canal, in Phoenix Park

Cycle route sticker on paths near canal

The choice between old and new towns on arrival in Runcorn.

The NCN62 route is signed via this ramp down to the riverside path

Canalside looking towards Spike Island Visitors Centre

Cycle route under Runcorn railway viaduct.

Cycle route under the Runcorn railway viaduct.

The start of the Mersey crossing by NCN562 from Runcorn to Widnes heading towards Widnes and NCN62 (Trans Pennine Trail). The river crossing uses the footway alongside the Runcorn-Widnes Bridge. The bridge crossing is technically a 'pedes ... [more]

Junction of NCN62 and NCN562 at West Bank Widnes. The cycle routes join below the level of the Runcorn Widnes Bridge.

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