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Photo listing : cycleways

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

Link to the Lancaster Canal in Carnforth

Swing bridge over the Lancaster Canal on NCN route 6

NCN route 6 giving a view to Morecambe Bay

Steps to Village Centre, meaning Hest Bank

NCN route 6 in Hest Bank

NCN route 6 by the Lancaster Canal

NCN route 6 passing below the Bay Gateway road

Junction of NCN route 6 and the Bay Gateway road

The Lancaster Canal towpath

NCN route 6 takes this link down to the Lancaster Canal - I don't think there's a sign

NCN route 6 leaving Ryelands Park, Lancaster

Narrow bridge from Ryelands Park, Lancaster

NCN route 6 is supposed to give way to a seemingly less important route in Ryelands Park, Lancaster - but why do there have to be Give Way markings at all?

Parallel routes - two shared-use paths and a short bus/bike lane inbetween.

Off-road route and parallel shared bus/bike lane

NCN routes 6, 69 and 700, Lancaster

Underpass on NCN route 6, Lancaster

Ramped access and gate in the flood wall by the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

The riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster with makeshift segregation beneath the railway viaduct

Awkward kink on the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

Awkward kink on the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Lancaster to Glasson Dock

The riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

The Lancaster riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) towards Glasson Dock

Cyclist passing on the Lancaster riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700)

Exit from new housing development towards Lancaster station

Access to a new housing development in Lancaster

Routes past Giant Axe Field (?!), Lancaster

Route north from Lancaster station

Cycle contraflow, Lancaster

Cycleway through intersection, Lancaster (motor vehicles have to turn left)

Start of canalside cycleway, Lancaster

Start of canalside cycleway, Lancaster

Cycle contraflow, Lancaster

Cycle contraflows, Lancaster

Two-way cycling on Penny St, Lancaster

Cycle contraflow and modal filter, Lancaster

No Entry to Motor Vehicles, cycle contraflow lane

Crossing to Church Street contraflow lane, Lancaster

Cut-through to Lancaster castle

Two cyclists in the Lancaster pedestrian zone

Crossing between shared-use footways, Lancaster

Route sign and short stretch of shared-used footway to reach a crossing

Cycle parking and contraflow lane, Lancaster

Contraflow cycle lane, Lancaster

Cycle lane, Lancaster

Lots of space for cycles in the middle of this intersection

Clearly too many drivers are cutting into this cycle lane.

Cycleway by the Lancaster Canal

Covid-19 pop-up cycle lane past the Royal Lancaster Infirmary

Covid-19 pop-up cycle lane past the Royal Lancaster Infirmary

Segregated cycleway past the Royal Lancaster Infirmary

Segregated cycleway past the Royal Lancaster Infirmary

Access to canalside cycleway, Lancaster

Canalside cycleway, Lancaster

Bridge and canalside cycleways, Lancaster

Cycleway link from the Lancaster Canal to Aldcliffe Road, Lancaster

Cycleway leading to crossing

Off-road contraflow cycleway

Cycle contraflow in Lancaster

Modal filter on bridge over Lancaster station.

Modal filter on bridge over Lancaster station - the Cycle Track - Look Both Ways sign is presumably aimed at pedestrians.

Create a cycle lane along A683 between Caton and Hornby

Reduce all of King St, China St and Bridge lane to single lane of cars to give adequate space to cyclists and pedestrians.

Enforcement needed on the tiny cycle path by roundabout as there is always a black pick up or a white van parked there.

Very fast road with no safe cycling provision and alternatives are very long

Parked vehicles on both sides of road often block short cycle lanes provided at pinch-point, forcing cyclists dangerously into pinch-point.

Extend the cycle way along the old railway line all the way to Wennington. This would bypass the A683 and B6480 ,dangerous roads to cycle on.

Pop up cycle lane here as the road is quite wide and space for cyclists would be very welcome

Narrow road and frightening for cyclists. Dedicated space for cyclists needed.

Lots of parked cars here forcing cyclists into and out of traffic. Dedicated cycleway and parking restrictions needed.

Road is narrow with parked cars. Cyclists forced into the middle of the road. Dedicated cycle path and parking restrictions needed.

Enforcement of illegal parking which blocks cycle path as vehicles drop off and pick up from Medical Practice.

Contra-flow cycle way frequently blocked by park cars. Often associated with supermarket or takeaway users. Bollards would prevent blockage.

Cycle way and pavement would be great. Motorcyclists make this road lethal for pedestrians, cyclists and even car drivers. Some motorcyclists treat this road and A683 like it’s a racecourse. It sounds like Silverstone some days. It’s th ... [more]

Cycle path all the way along A683 would be great. Motorcycles treat this road like a race course. They overtake dangerously and cause noise pollution. Horrendous.

Spare road space, inadequate cycleway

Remove Penny/Market Street cycling restrictions, to encourage cycling as a sustainable way of accessing the city centre

Busy road, a protected cycle lane between Bolton-le-Sands, Hest Bank and Morecambe Prom would help encourage commuter/school and leisure cycling

The A6 is unsafe for cyclists between Carnforth and Bolton-le-Sands - fast and dangerous overtakes are far too common. The canal path exists, but is not ideal. Segregated cycle lane required.

Busy road but the best route in and out of north Lancaster needs proper cycle provision

Two-way cycle lane on Chapel St, approaching junction across Cable St. The narrow footway leads to people walking in the cycle lane.

Two-way cycle lane in Chapel St, without segregation from the main carriageway. The footway is quite narrow here and pedestrians were walking in the cycle lane.

Two-way cycletrack from Chapel St around the corner to North Road, and narrow footway.

Two-way cycle track towards the riverside, via North Road, Chapel St and Water St.

Narrow shared-use footway to access toucan crossing on Stonewell.

Riverside cycleway towards Caton.

Not the prettiest of underpasses, and narrow with a corner at one end.

NCN69 turns right here to go down a ramp into the underpass beneath the road to the left. See also #87503 & #87504. The City Loop cycle route continues straight ahead on the shared footway.

Ramp up to main road before going back down to an underpass (see #87502).

NCN69 alongside the River Lune.

Path towards Lancaster, needing swept of decaying leaf mess in several locations.

NCN69 path to Morecambe and the A589. I think the sign for NCN6 could be positioned closer to the toucan crossing.

Shared-use footway alongside A589.

Exit from park to toucan crossing across A589 leading to NCN69 path on riverside.

Riverside path to the west of the rail bridge.

The elevated cycleway approaching the Millennium Bridge in Lancaster.

Line-segregated path between Long Marsh Lane and the riverside. I think I'd be crossing the line rather than trying to pass someone coming the other way in such a narrow space.

The promenade at Morecambe is shared-use, with the occasional reminder sign.

A wide shared-use promenade at Morecambe.

Routes NCN 69 and 700 crossing Central Drive via a raised zebra crossing with Cyclists Dismount signs.

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