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Photo listing: general sign/notices

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

I assume this No Cycling sign has been turned around.

No Entry Except Cycles on London cycle routes 33 and 74

Dead End except cycles sign on LCN route 75

Contradictory signage - is it a No Entry or a dead end? In fact it's a through route for cyclists (northbound).

Mind the Gap - the latest poster campaign in the London Borough of Kingston on Thames.

The Royal Borough of Kingston aka Kingston Council, ('Biking Borough' and bidder for 'Mini-Holland' funding), has installed NO CYCLING signs at each end of the path that goes through Fairfield Recreation Ground. The local neighbourhood … [more]

No right of way between these streets - but it is possible to wheel a bike through

No right of way between these streets - but it is possible to wheel a bike through

Park Hill School wishing good luck to our cycling team 2012. Some of the cycling events for London 2012 Olympics passed through here.

"Look out for me" and there's a stick drawing of a person on a bike. This seems to be the latest campaign in Kingston Borough to remind drivers about cyclists.

Rather grim signs - prohibiting play.

Stirling Walk, where NO GOLF is permitted.

Looks like the path off to the left is no cycling for some reason.

There are some nice covered cycle parking stands along here, shame its flagging up as a Cycle Theft hotspot. The text is a little hard to read but suggests going to for a list of bike locks and for … [more]

Sign reads: "All bikes locked to these railings will be destroyed." There are some racks behind the photographer.

No entry except cycles AND Pedestrian priority! We need both of these in Cambridge!

Shared use signage in Kingston upon Thames - so many possible wordings, so why did Cambridge agonize so much about this issue?

'No entry except cycles - pedestrian priority' - signage we're not allowed in Cambridge?

Kingston riverside - 'Walk Your Cycle'

Sign reads Pedestrian Priority.

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