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Photo listing : route signs (problem)

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Some mistake - the road on the left leads to St Martin, Manaccan and Helford, the road to the right is just a loop that rejoins it in a few hundred metres. But the pub/restaurant sign is correct.

Cyclists on NCN route 3 should turn left here. No dropped kerb.

Sign for NCN route 32 (the Camel Trail) - it would be better to go straight ahead to a riverside route

NCN cycle route signs up a pedestrianised street? (in fact they refer to the road to the left)

St Guron's Way sign missing from the post the the right.

Which way does the route go here? Right and then left, but there's an equally feasible-looking left and then right option.

Start of 'cycle' route from Truro station - with steps at either end of the bridge. It would be quite possible to engineer a route via the station level crossing.

Total lack of National Cycle Network colours and logos

No Entry sign with no exemption for the cycle lane, and NCN route 3 arrows.

Misleading signage - the No Pedestrians sign refers not to the coastal path and NCN cycle route 3, but to the bus station to the left.

Some confusion here - the sign suggests cyclists should carry on along the footway, whereas they should in fact join the carriageway.

Why should eastbound cyclists on NCN route 3 have to tackle the rather tight roundabout when there's a perfectly useable route on the near side of Hayle viaduct?

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