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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

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Route signs on the virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

Route signs on the virtually traffic-free road from Midsomer Norton to Westfield.

Route sign from central Midsomer Norton to the Five Arches Greenway.

Arrow to the Five Arches Greenway from the High St, Midsomer Norton.

Link from the Norton-Radstock Greenway

NCN route 24 turns left here onto Tucking Mill Lane.

Route arrow quite a way before the left turn.

Route signs on NCN route 24

NCN route 4 turns right here to cross the canal.

Link from NCN route 244 to the Odd Down sports ground and cycle circuit (actually over the tunnel and behind the camera).

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Wellow.

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) northeast of Radstock.

Map of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

Start of the former railway section of the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

Route signs on the Colliers Way (NCN route 24) in Radstock.

map of route to the centre of Radstock and the Norton-Radstock Greenway

Route signs and Toucan crossing - the only way across the busy A367.

Route sign and cycle stands at the start of the Norton-Radstock Greenway

Arrow towards NCN route 4 at Bath Spa station

Junction and route sign on NCN route 4, Bath

Route marker on NCN 4, Bath

Route sign to NCN route 4 on Victoria Bridge, Bath

Route sign on NCN route 4, Bath

Cycling map at Bath Abbey

Cycling map at Bath Abbey

Sign to NCN route 4, Bath

Sign to NCN route 4, Bath

NCN4 signs

National Cycle Network signage on the canal network ;-) at Dundas Aqueduct - the junction of NCN routes 4 and 24.

Monkton Combe which seems to be dominated by a private school. The cycle route to the left is down a very steep narrow path through the school grounds.

Direction sign indicating from Norton-Radstock Greenway towards Five Arches Greenway. The Five Arches bridge which gives its name to the Greenway can be seen in the background. The Norton Radstock Greenway is built on the trackbed on ... [more]

The Norton-Radstock Greenway

National Cycle Network route 4 in central Bath

Five Arches Greenway Construction - Day: Lost-Count Location: Norton, Radstock (England, United Kingdom) At long last, signing installed. I was told "by Christmas", and for once it was right - just.

NCN Route 4 signs for Dundas Aqueduct, Bradford on Avon, Saltford, Bristol, and Bath city centre.

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