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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

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

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

Bridleways from Degibna into the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Map of footpaths and bridleways in the National Trust's Penrose Estate

New cycle route markings, I think.

New cycle route markings, I think.

NCN route 3 on Bodmin Moor

NCN route 3 on Bodmin Moor

NCN route 3 on Bodmin Moor

NCN route 3 on Bodmin Moor

Link to Camelford from NCN route 3

NCN route 3 on Bodmin Moor

Sign to the Camel Trail (NCN route 3) in Camelford

Link to NCN route 3

Link to NCN route 3

Sign on NCN route 3, St Austell

Route signs, Charlestown

Route sign, Charlestown

Map of footpaths and bridleways around Porthcurno

Bridleway east from Porthcurno

Fingerpost sign on the Coosebean Greenway near to Cornish Crescent, Truro.

Start of cycle route to Helston through the National Trust's Penrose Estate

Route sign where tthe Portreath Branchline Trail passes beneath the new Kerrier Way

The Portreath Branchline Trail passing beneath the new Kerrier Way

Signs at start of contraflow cycle route to the left

Sat-navs often show that you have to turn left here but it is possible to turn right here and follow the lane parallel to the A30.

NCN route 3 turns right here

NCN route 3 turns left here. It's not clear which route is Unsuitable for Long Vehicles - probably both.

In fact a paved road past the Fowey Hotel

Sign for NCN route 3 entering Mevagissey on the road

Junction of NCN route 3 to the right and direct route to the Lost Gardens of Heligan to the left (unsigned)

Start of NCN route 32 in Truro city centre

NCN route 3 continues south here

Route marker for NCN route 3, continuing south by the road

Route marker for NCN route 3, returning to the roadside footway

Route marker on NCN route 3, Truro

Route marker on NCN route 3, Truro - taking the narrow riverside path rather than the footway by the road

Route marker on NCN route 3, Truro

Cycle parking and sign for NCN route 3

Some confusion - does NCN route 3 really take the obvious route ahead or go around the houses to the right/north?

Bridleways leading to Porthcurno

Cyclists Dismount sign on footpath to Sennen

Signs for NCN route 32 from Padstow to the Camel Trail

Sign helping cyclists avoid the roundabout before the Camel Trail to Padstow

I can understand not wanting to ride up the hill from Sennen, but I've no idea why anyone would want to dismount and use the path (with some big steps) rather than the road.

I can understand not wanting to ride up the hill from Sennen, but I've no idea why anyone would want to dismount and use the path (with some big steps) rather than the road.

The route to Compostella - crossing the railway in Penzance.

A plethora of signs near Redruth station, including a small one to NCN route 3

Sign to NCN route 3 from Redruth station

Route signs by the new Pool relief road, Cornwall

Route signs for NCN route 3

Tin mine engine house by signs for NCN route 3

Sign where the Cornish Coastal Path turns off the byway between the National Trust's Levant and Botallack mines

NCN route 32 sign in Padstow

Route signs in Padstow

NCN route 323 sign (from behind the camera to behind the camera...) - shown as route 32 on OpenCycleMap

Signs for NCN route 32, on the roads from the end of the Camel Trail

The end of the Camel Trail - on the disused railway from Bodmin and Wadebridge

Map of St Guron's Way, Bodmin

Map of cycle routes on the National Trust's Lanhydrock estate - now an all-ability cycling hub.

Not the most obvious route sign for NCN route 3

Bodmin Cycle Park - NCN route 3 sign and cycle parking provided by Cornwall Council in the middle of nowhere and no use to anyone.

Route signs where the Camel Trail used to end - it now continues through open parkland a bit closer to the centre of Bodmin

Multiple markers at the junction of NCN routes 3 and 32 on the Camel Trail

Route map on the Camel Trail

Route signs on the Camel Trail

Attractive trail marker and map on the Camel Trail

Access to the Camel Trail through the pub car park...

Start of St Guron's Way, Bodmin

Signs on St Guron's Way, Bodmin

NCN route 3 sign on a busy main road out of Bodmin

National Cycle Network route 3 sign at Cornwall's Regimental Museum.

NCN route 3 towards the Camel Trail

Cyclists on NCN route 3 should stay on the road here - I think.

National Cycle Network route 3 crossing the A30 Hayle bypass

NCN route 3 crosses a lifting bridge in Penzance harbour.

NCN route 3 sign from the new Hayle harbour bridge

NCN route 3 signage over the new Hayle harbour bridge

NCN route 3 signage from new bridge over Hayle harbour

NCN 32 is signed here (on the hanging basket post).

Rear entry to the Penwith Business Centre, rather than an actual cycle route, I think.

Helpful signage...

Start of safe route beside former A39 from Kea school to Playing Place.

Junction of National Cycle Network 3 with variant to King Harry Ferry.

National Cycle Network route 3 in Calenick.

Start of safe route beside former A39 to Kea school

Junction of King Harry Ferry variant from main NCN route 3.

NCN route 3 marker between the Playing Place roundabouts.

Sustrans milepost by NCN route 3, on former A39.

Signage of Cornwall's Coast-to-Coast Trail (on the Portreath Tramroad, Cornwall's first railway).

NCN route 3 - by Hayle Estuary RSPB reserve, the start of the section parallel to the old A30 into Hayle.

Just a couple of miles south of the busy A30, National Cycle Route 3 offers far more enjoyable cycling (and great signposts).

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