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Photo listing : general sign/notices

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Dos and Don'ts in Castle Park.

"Share the Space" in Castle Park.

A 'Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway' sign in order to cross a road to get to the next piece of shared-use footway.

West Quay is not part of the National Cycle Network!

No Entry signage on NCN1, no contraflow apparent for cyclists.

Save This Crossing and Save a Life "Essex County Council are planning to remove this crossing. This is to make cars and lorries go faster. "By doing so it will endanger the lives of pedestrians and cyclists. No detaills of definite al ... [more]

No cycling (and no dogs) in the upper part of Colchester's Castle Park, fair enough, but it'd be good to have eg an east-west route along the line of the Roman Wall.

No cycling in Castle Park, Colchester

Buses, bikes taxis and motorbikes only on this road between Colchester North station and the town centre.

Notice by Colchester station cycle racks.

This sign is attached to a pillar where the Wivenhoe Trail (Route 51) joins the Colne Causeway.

'Share the Space' notice at the entrance to Lower Castle Park.

Hopefully tongue-in-cheek! CAUTION Sound horn when leaving beware of soporific pedestrians and lunatic cyclists

New 'Share the Space' signs by the Lower Castle Park shared-use path. It seems expense has been spared here, which was not the case in Crouch St, where elaborate paving slabs have been installed (see #36140 and #36141).

Cycling prohibited signs have been relocated from the entrance to Lower Castle Park to paths off from the green lines that indicate where it is permissible to cycle.

The orignal sign has deteriorated badly (see #34986 and #35747). The replacement already has a chip out of it, but why was it layed before the old one was removed? The first signs of this kind (see #21171) are still in good shape. Is the ... [more]

Fancy paving slabs on Crouch St. Eight bike symbols and one pedestrian priority, in the foreground. For close up see #31640 and #31641.

Fancy paving slab on Crouch St.

Fancy paving slab with bike symbol on Crouch St.

Roughly three months ago this was laid (see #34986)... now look at it!

'Caution Cyclists Crossing Ahead' sign on the A1124.

Essex celebrates hosting the 2012 Olympic Games Mountain Bike competition.

The council have placed many signs around the town notifying motorists of road closures due to the Tour Series criterium on June 2. This is at the top of North Hill.

New sign warning motorists of the presence of cyclists ahead, on Queen St.

Cycling contraflow sign to accompany the new bike path in Crouch St.

New cyclists warning sign on the entrance to Crouch St.

Notice that double yellow lines will be inscribed along Circular Rd. South, West, and East. This will make Circular Rd. East in particular much more pleasant.

Excellent signing ahead of the Amis Velo Sportive, here on Boxted Straight Rd.

Sign in the window of the Tourist Information Centre advertising The View Finder Trail. See also #18989

For once, it was nice to see an 'End of Route' sign!

New shared path sign curiously placed in the middle of said path, and just one-sided.

The Moors, part of NCN Route 51.

Notice in Culver Square; it's a bit much banning cycles altogether!

It would be nice if Cycle Colchester designed some custom "Improvement Work" signs, rather than use these standard boards that give no insight into the project. This example is close to the Southern Slopes entrance of High Woods Country ... [more]

Sign warning motorists of cyclists' presence, on Monkwick Avenue.

End of Route and Cyclists Dismount signs, at junction with Monkwick Avenue. These should be replaced with useful route signs.

Sustrans Bike It banner tied to the entrance of St. Andrews Junior School, Greenstead.

Cycling prohibited sign by the Wivenhoe Sailing Club. The sign and notice both look unofficial; considerate cycling won't cause any problem along this track.

Cycling is not permitted on the bridge (see #20806) over the Sunshine Coast railway line.

Cycling is prohibited in Lion Walk.

Sign on Berechurch Road warning motorists of crossing cyclists.

Unnecessary 'Cyclists Dismount' sign.

Sign warning motorists of cyclists presence.

Sign indicating there is a cycle lane to the left. But it isn't the lane just beyond it, it is in fact meaning the Lexden Road cycle lane which is all the way at the end of the road.

Sign 8 of the View Finder Trail, hand-painted by local artist Michael Goodey. http://www.visitcolchester.com/Colchester-The-View-Finder-Trail/details/?dms=13&venue=0273328

Explaining the historical importance of Hilly Fields.

Plaque beside Route 51.

Slow sign for cyclists on the new Highwoods pathway.

Route 1 goes through Chest Wood Nature Reserve.

Sign at start of bridleway warning away cars/other vehicles.

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