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Photo listing : general sign/notices

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This listing only shows photos within Warrington.
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Sign listing Latchford "Penny Ferry" ( #103099 - #103098) operating times. #http://www.allthingswarrington.net/Places/Places/thelwallpennyferry.html#.W9Xqwmj7Tcs Fee is still 11p - bikes free.

Rixton Clay Pits nature reserve: #https://www.warrington.gov.uk/homepage/555/rixton_claypits_local_nature_reserve

A route sign is needed to show where this cycle path goes to - rather than a misleading "End of Cycle Route" sign

What is really needed here are route signs showing the destinations for the cyclepaths connecting with Birchwood to Sankey Way, rather than misleading "End of Route" signs.

When constructing the path through Sankey Valley Park "End of Route" signs have been sited at all junctions - even where these are cycle paths. A Route sign to Cresford Close would be more useful here.

Cyclists Dismount

Cyclists dismount to cross the motorway bridge.

Cycle Entrance - leads to large cycle park #85705

one way street - or shared use footway?

Shared use for pedestrians and dismounted cyclists

cyclists dismount sign

Cyclists Dismount to make an unprotected crossing of a 6 lane dual carriageway.

Signs claim to show segregated shared use. There is a no protection at all for westbound cyclists who need to cross the dual carriageway to rejoin the A57 at this point.

No entry sign with exemption for buses, but not cycles.

Cyclists prohibited from this stretch of road - which provides a direct route to the signed cycle route in the background.

One way street with no exemption for cyclists

Cyclists Dismount sign

A rare example of a properly justified "Cyclists Dismount" sign at the level crossing.

Except cycles signs indicates cul-de-sac is a through route for cyclists.

Road sign mounted on a single off-centre post to avoid obstructing the cycle path.

Dual carriageway crossing point made more tricky by having to avoid the sign plonked in the middle of the narrow cycleway.

Warrington Council discovered that cyclists were being knocked down at this location. Rather than fix the problem, they thought the best approach was just to put up some red signs.

'Danger - Unstable canal wall. No Angling.'

Looks quite inviting welcome to Warrington from Bank Quay station, but the central area is mostly one way streets without cycling exemptions, and feels like a motor racing circuit.

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