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Photo listing : route signs

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

Short bridleway from Porthgwarra to the Coastwatch station

Short bridleway up from Nanjizal beach

So far so good... sign to new cycle parking in a car park just off Causewayhead, Penzance

Sign for cyclists on NCN route 3 to turn right at the toucan crossing ahead.

Shared-use section of NCN route 32 turning left at a roundabout on the edge of Newquay

Route signs (kilometres, not miles) at the end of the new bridleway onto the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Start of bridleway onto the National Trust's Penrose Estate - first on a farm track, then alongside

Bridleway marker at crossing of tracks on Lizard Down

Bridleway marker at crossing of tracks on Lizard Down

The very narrow quiet lanes northwest of Truro have been closed to motor vehicles except for access - cue the familiar complaints about war on motorists etc. [no specific location, this isn't an actual sign]

Route sign towards Trispen and start of cycleway and A39 crossing.

Very small cycle route sign on the former main road from Truro to Redruth.

Start of bridleway through Treworder Wood

NCN route 3 arriving in Truro - cyclists can use the shared-use footway to cross the A390 just the left.

Route sign on NCN route 3

Route marker on the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route - to the right.

Route marker where the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route turns right off the road.

The Cornish Coast-to-Coast route south from the A3047

Route marker where the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route crosses the A3047

Cycle route signs at Dangerous Crossing. No, really, that's the name of the place - just a normal staggered crossing of what was once the main road from Truro to Redruth.

Route signs in Penryn

Right turn permitted for cyclists on NCN route 3 in Truro

NCN route 32 leaving Truro

NCN route 32 passes to the right of Truro Methodist Church, but in fact the route through the car park to the left is more direct.

Route sign for NCN route 32 in Truro.

Route sign into Truro from the Quiet Lanes

The cycle route sign at the start of the Quiet Lanes northwest of Truro has been turned around a bit.

The signed cycle route to Truro station involves the steep steps to a footbridge over the railway.

Left turn on NCN route 3 west from Truro

Junction of the King Harry Ferry variant of NCN route 3 from the main route to Falmouth (which bizarrely has vanished from OpenCycleMap).

Route signs on NCN route 3, Carnon Downs

Route sign on NCN route 3, Carnon Downs

Route sign on NCN route 3, Carnon Downs

Map of the Cornish Mineral Tramways, including NCN route 3 and the Coast-to-Coast route.

Route marker - turn left here to return to the Cornish Coast-to-Coast route

Cornwall Mineral Tramways route marker in Wheal Unity

Route sign on the Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Start of the Little Beside loop off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Unity Wood loop to the right off Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Road crossing on Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail turns right and left here; to the left a bridleway through Wheal Unity.

Route sign on Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail to the left

Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail to the right, bridleway link to NCN route 3 to the left.

NCN route 3 heading west from Truro - no point using the footway here.

NCN route 3 heading towards Truro - no point using the footway here.

NCN route 3 heading west from Truro - no point using the footway here.

NCN route 3 turning left towards Truro

NCN route 3 heading west from Truro

Map of cycleway around Stithians dam, supposedly

Slalom with NCN route 3 marker and Road Ahead sign

Gate and route marker on NCN route 3 at a road crossing

Route sign where NCN route 3 takes a 90 degree turn

Route map at the junction of Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail and NCN route 3

Route signs at the junction of Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail and NCN route 3

Turn right here on Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail, NCN route 3

Alternative to Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail, NCN route 3

The official Coast-to-Coast Trail, NCN route 3, turns right here (can you see the sign?) but the route to the left works too.

Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail, NCN route 3, arriving at Bike Chain Bissoe

Route signs for two variants of NCN route 3 to Truro

Route signs for NCN route 3, on Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail

Cycle route on a cut-off section of the A39 in Devoran

Cycle route sign on a cut-off section of the A39

Cycle route to the left only at Devoran Quay

Quiet Lane sign in Devoran

Signs for NCN route 3 and the byway to Devoran

Lots of cycle routes around Perranwell station

Route sign towards NCN route 3, Perranwell Station

Start of back lane to take cyclists off the A394 for a couple of miles

Route signs and toucan crossing at the junction of routes by the A3047 and through the Cardew Industrial Estate

Bridleways created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate - left to Porthleven, on to Helston.

Route sign - diverted footpath to Porthleven to the left, bridleway created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate to the right.

Route sign - the diverted coastal path to the left, bridleway created by the National Trust to the right.

Route sign for bridleways on the National Trust's Penrose Estate, with the bridleway to Berepper visible beyond Loe Bar (and the coast path to the right).

Turn right for a cycle/wheelchair alternative to the coast path to Porthleven.

The sign shown in #105228 has been replaced but is just as vague - keep left for all those destinations (but right for the pub).

The Lamorna junction on NCN route 3

NCN route 3 makes a very sharp turn here, from north-east to north-west.

Route signs out of Camborne by the A3047

Route sign on the A3047 into Camborne

Turn left here for the cycle route from Porthleven to Helston through the National Trust's Penrose estate

Route sign for NCN route 3 (eastbound)

There are two signs for NCN route 3 (east- and westbound) in amongst that lot.

Route sign in Tehidy Country Park

Western entry to Tehidy Country Park

Map of foot and cycle routes in Portreath

Map of mineral tramways across the centre of Cornwall

Map of mineral tramways south of Portreath

Route sign in Portreath

Mineral tramway from Portreath towards Tehidy Country Park

Sign for Mining Trail from Tehidy Country Park to Portreath

Sign for Mining Trail into Tehidy Country Park

Sign for cycle/horse routes through Tehidy Country Park

Bigger better signs for NCN route 3 near St Erth station (see #15097)

Signs on shared-use route between Truro College and the Royal Cornwall Hospital - not mentioning either.

Two routes to Truro station and city centre - not sure I'd want to take the downhill one

Two routes to Truro station and city centre - not sure I'd want to take the downhill one

Route sign on the byway between the National Trust's Levant and Botallack mines

At last the roadworks (with Cyclists Dismount and go somewhere unspecified signs) on the A30 have finished and there's a new rail/bus interchange and remarkably good signage (in this direction only) for NCN route 3.

Junction of bridleways on the National Trust's Penrose Estate - horse-riding route to the right

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