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Photo listing : route signs

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TPT route sign

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route sign - but which way is which?

route sign... but which way is Birchwood and which way is Sankey

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Irlam & Cadishead Cycleway - Waypoint 212 - Rixton Clay Pits: #https://irlamandcadishead.net/locations/cycling/

Irlam & Cadishead Cycleway - Waypoint 211 - Hollins Green Community Hall: #https://irlamandcadishead.net/locations/cycling/

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Route Sign at the southern end of Warrington cycle route 5

Cycle Route sign in small print and set well back from the junction is unreadable on most approaches. These sort of finger posts are fine on cycle paths but not much use at large road junctions.

Route sign pointing to the Birchwood to Sankey route eastbound - a sign showing the westbound route is needed. Destination information would also be helful.

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route sign shows destinations and distances

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old route sign - with no destinations

old and rather useless route sign.

Old Sankey Valley Park signs - show no destination information

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First sign says Birchwwod to Sankey Cycle Route. Second sign says End of Cycle Route

Route sign on Birchwwod to Sankey Way - but which way is it to Birchwood?

route signs at western end of Warrington Strategic Route 1 and Birchwood to Sankey Way.

Route Signs: Birchwood to Sankey Way appears to head south down Lingley Green Avenue, cross the road, then return north on the other side.

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Route sign - Route to Phillips Drive is across a narrow bridge and barrier #85683

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Route sign - but no destination.

Route sign - where to?

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Route sign on Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 1 - but where to?

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Route sign. The way to the hospital is actually straight on at the junction.

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small route sign in Woolston Park. Sign needed for reverse direction at this junction.

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route signs for dismounted cyclists

Cyclists Dismount sign - A route sign for Warrington Strategic Route 3 towards Birchwood would be more helful.

Route sign - with very small lettering

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Small route sign without destination information appears to suggest that the narrow pavement is a cycleway

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Small route sign with no destinations points the wrong way. Better signing needed at this 5-way junction in Woolston Park.

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Cyclists dismount sign on west bound carriageway of the A57 approaching J11 of M6. Sign suggests west-bound cyclists should get off and follow the pavement anti-clockwise around the roundabout with no protection at the crossings of the A57 ... [more]

Sign points to non-existent cycle lane leading up the wrong side of a dual carriageway.

sign directs cyclists to ride on the pavement rather than a quiet residential cul-de-sac. The pavement ends in a short while at a high kerb #85334.

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route sign UPDATE - Feb 1018: This sign has been removed. (see #96510)

Route sign appears to show cycle route going straight ahead at a T junction with Mersey Street (Dual Carriageway A49). The intention presumably is for cyclists to dismount, walk along the footway, cross at the staggered pedestrian only cros ... [more]

Route sign - without destination information.

Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 3: Route sign directs cyclists across a busy dual carriageway A road (A57 - Manchester Road) with no protection whatsoever. A much safer crossing is available at the traffic lights at New Cut Lane. Update ... [more]

small route sign - to where?

small route sign hidden in a tree

Small sign without destination information shows that the Warrington Waters Cycle Route turns right into Riverside Close. There is no sign for cyclists heading in the opposite direction.

Small sign - no destination shown - indicates the route of Warrington Waters cycle route. A dropped kerb would also help.

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Route sign - but where to?

Route sign - Warrington Waters Cycle route

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Route sign - unfortunately no directions for the link to the west side of Kingsway (A50)

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Sign directs cyclists across the A57 (a busy dual carriagway) at a point where there are no crossing facilities for protection. It would be much safer to cross at the New Cut Lane traffic lights - visible in the background.

Route sign directs cyclists heading towards Padgate and Birchwood along a narrow, poorly surfaced track #84835 to cross the A57 (a busy dual carriageway) at a point where there are no crossing facilities #84836. It would be much safer and m ... [more]

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Sign for Warrington Waters Greenway from Kingsway (A50). It would be better for cyclists heading north on Kingsway to turn left onto the greenway via the unsigned junction on the other side of the road #84823 rather than have to make a righ ... [more]

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