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Photo listing : general sign/notices

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Only a 20% climb up on to the Great Orme

Warning of tram lines, a local hazard in Llandudno.

No Motor Vehicles sign on the new cycle bridge at Rhyl on NCN route 5

Llandudno shared use with sign saying Cyclists Dismount. (Taken from a bus.)

Cyclists Dismount sign for a slightly narrower section of NCN route 5. They don't really understand about promoting cycling in Conwy.

Cyclists Dismount sign for a slightly narrower section of NCN route 5. They don't really understand about promoting cycling in Conwy.

Cyclists Dismount sign for a slightly narrower section of NCN route 5. They don't really understand about promoting cycling in Conwy.

It's not the end of the route, this is NCN route 5! What it means is Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway.

No Motor Vehicles sign on Conwy Quay (NCN route 5)

This is shown on maps as a route into the park.

Sign reads: "CYCLING DOWN THIS HILL IS DANGEROUS"

The advisory sign states No cycling on footway. The alternative is a very busy major road.

Picky signage alongside the promenade.

Sign clarifying that the footway is not shared use: Dim beicio ar y llwbr troed No cycling on footway Such signs are necessary when other footways in the area have been assigned to be shared use.

Bit of a cheap way of grabbing attention.

This tautological sign was the only clue that the diversion off NCN5 we had been following had come to an end. We had been riding a similarly narrow footway behind the camera, alongside side this fast and quite busy road.

This map of Llandudno does not show walking or cycling routes!

Forest of signs as the NCN5 weaves around the A55.

These signs amount to an expectation of oncoming cyclists where the path narrows even further.

Llanrwst was an important market town in a strategic position until a bridge was built across the mouth of the river Conwy.

The shared use path alongside this fast A road approaching Llanrwst. (I took this from the passenger seat of a motor-vehicle.)

Cyclists should dismount to cross the bridge to Rhyl (superseded the next day by the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge) - or use the road, as we did.

NCN route 5 (not just the footway) closed until the opening of the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour the next day.

Steep slopes? - hardly dangerous with that fence there.

Shared-use cycle and pedestrian route, also with oncoming vehicles?? Shome confusion shurely?

Share With Care - cycling is now permitted on Llandudno promenade

Cycling is now permitted on Llandudno promenade. But it can be unpleasant in the rain.

This sign should have been removed now that cycling is permitted (for a trial period) on Llandudno promenade

One-way toll road around the Great Orme - free for cycles (and a popular circuit)

No Entry on this side of the Great Orme except for local access

Unsigned cycle route under Conway Road - but they make plenty sure you're aware of the 7'7" or 2.3m headroom!

It was only after I got this far clockwise around the Orme road that I had been going against the one way flow. I had passed various signs that had suggested it was a private road, but I'd rather assumed they were there to stop speculati ... [more]

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