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Photo listing : road environments (infrastructure)

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Llandudno's Mostyn Avenue

End of shared use cycle route between the edge of Llandudno and Deganwy.

Cross the road to stay on the NCN5.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Start of shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use on the edge of Llandudno taken from a bus.

Tram pulled by cable under the road surface.

Quiet country road

Quiet relative to the nearby A470, windy country road

Quiet relative to the nearby A470, windy country road. Saw a couple of cycles on here and only one car as we walked from the Silver Fountain pub into Betws-y-Coed.

Quiet relative to the nearby A470, windy country road

Bridge

Intermittent footway on the A5

Intermittent footway on the A5

Intermittent footway on the A5

The A5

Choose your moment and get across this busy road quickly to the relative safety of the protected NCN5 on the other side.

Modern traffic on medieval streets.

Level crossing for a miniature railway at Betws-y-Coed station.

Footway alongside a busy main road - here near Tree Top Adventures. http://www.ttadventure.co.uk/

Very narrow footway on this section of the NCN5. We didn't stay on it for long and returned to using the road which had low traffic volume, but was fast.

Its not entirely clear whether footway cycling is legal here, this is a route sign not a shared use sign.

Using the wide footway on this section of the NCN5.

There wasn't much traffic on this on road section of the NCN5 when we went through, but it did come fast, so we moved onto that wide footway and continued for a while.

On road section of the NCN5 at the cross roads in Llanfairfechan.

An on road section of the NCN5.

NCN5 continues on the old main road.

Panorama shot from an NCN5 bridge ramp.

Bridge over the railway off the NCN5.

A family riding on the footway on NCN5.

Meirion 'Drive' on the NCN5.

Cattle grid

Four motor vehicles on Pont Fawr, which is Llanrwst's iconic bridge (its profile is used on the brown signs). Weight limited to 16 tons (sorry can't remember if that should be tonnes) it is only one lane wide and often one of the vehicles h ... [more]

Shared use cycleway alongside this fast A road for part of the way between Betws-y-Coed and Llanrwst. (I took this from the passenger seat of a motor-vehicle.)

Shared use cycleway alongside fast A road. (Taken from the passenger seat of a motor vehicle.)

Snowdon is hidden amongst all that cloud, we think!

Llanrwst 20mph. (I took this from the passenger seat of a motor-vehicle.)

NCN route 5 leaves Conwy alongside the main road, rather than by this far more attractive historic bridge

Conwy

Congestion on the one way system in Conwy.

One way system in Conwy.

NCN 5 continues to the right.

Lower Gate Street, Conwy.

Conwy Bridge. There are three bridges here, a railway bridge on the far left, a suspension bridge (which I couldn't see how to reach from this side) and this road bridge. It is not clear whether this narrow footway is also for cycling.

Road bridge, cyclists are asked to dismount for the pedestrian sections on either side.

NCN5 on road here for about half a mile.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay. Maybe the traffic calming is to do with NCN 5?

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay. The only clue to carry straight on here is the small sticker on the grey back of the mini-roundabout sign ahead.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay.

Pavement cycleway on NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay. A bit of pavement cycleway has been provided on the opposite side to help riders not confident enough to use the road.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay.

NCN route 5 between Llandudno Junction and Penrhyn Bay.

Garth Road

Llandudno Junction, sign means 'National Speed Limit applies', which for this type of road is 60mph, according to https://www.gov.uk/speed-limits but to many this means put your foot down!

Llandudno Junction, cycle route turns off to the left.

Llandudno Junction. Cross this arm of the roundabout, as a pedestrian.

Llandudno Junction railway station.

Llandudno Junction

The north Wales express way - a fast and busy trunk road. Bicycles only seem to be banned from the tunnel sections from the signs I saw as we whizzed by. There is a parallel cycle route that looks quite good.

Deganwy - covered footways - essential because of the frequent downpours.

Deganwy Station and some cycle parking here.

Main road in Deganwy

View of Llandudno from Marine Drive on the Orme.

One way system on the private road around the Orme.

Marine Drive around the Orme. There's a good quality footway on one side for the whole length.

Its a shame there's no cyclists exemption for the oneway system around the Orme.

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