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NCN1 by the railway and tramway west from Haymarket station

Cycle lane and cyclist preferring to keep right of the tramlines.

Cycle route (NCN1) crossing tram tracks at Haymarket station, Edinburgh

On-road cycle lanes vs segregation. https://t.co/RBEl73a2cQ

Famous sights in Edinburgh including the Scott monument with Princes Street in the background. Waverly station's tastefully repurposed booking office is to the right. https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pub-histories/scotland/edinburgh/the-boo ... [more]

@Edinburgh_CC @CyclingEdin @ScottishPower Path and Cycle path completely blocked. Would you leave a road like that? https://t.co/0xjvLTnShL

Replacement 'magic paint' cycleway on George Street as much use as a chocolate teapot https://t.co/2qb5jsG69n

A reminder that details are important - puddle exactly on the new #meadows #innocent bike extension http://t.co/E2xo0y9F0l See also #67244.

A reminder that details are important - puddle exactly on the new #meadows #innocent bike extension http://t.co/E2xo0y9F0l See also #67245.

New Buccleuch St segregated cycle lane being used as carpark already. 4cars+advertising van today at lunchtime :( http://t.co/AXqSNXE9D6

The Innocent Railway Path approaching the Innocent Tunnel, with the path into Holyrood Park off to the left.

Limited sightlines at the junction with the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

The John Muir Way turns left here, to join the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

The John Muir Way turns right here down the connection to the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

Gate with gap on former railway line, approaching toucan crossing across Duddingston Road West

all diversion signs removed, no works (today), everyone using full A90 route #proofofpudding @CyclingEdin @edintravel http://t.co/2qXoyfstOM

A 'Road Closed' sign has been placed across the George Street cycleway when it is still open (see #60912).

A member of staff directs this cyclist to the diversion around the Festival event (see #60911).

The diversion around a temporary closure during the Edinburgh Festival

A temporary closure and diversion on the George Street cycleway (see #60911).

The George Street cycleway, blocked ahead by a Festival event.

The cycleway switches from the north to the south side of George Street, with cyclists being directed around the roundabout by white road markings.

The noticeboard explains the changes that have been made to George Street, including the new cycleway.

The George Street cycleway approaching the junction where it switches sides.

The George Street cycleway.

The George Street cycleway.

The George Street cycle track. To continue straight across the junction, one must go around the bestatued roundabout.

A path crossing and linking to the Blackhall and Telford Paths at Craigleith Quarry. Give Way markings have been provided on the main paths.

Path junction where the Roseburn Path (see #59015) splits into the Blackhall Path and the Telford Path. Another path crosses these, and Give Way markings have been put on the main paths.

Rumble strips on the approach to a path junction and crossings (see #59016)

A route confirmation sign for NCN1, NCN75 and Edinburgh Family Network Route 6 (King's Buildings to City Centre)

Crossing the tramlines here can be a serious hazard, take care.

Barriers at Roseburn Path on-ramp at Ravelston Dykes. There are also some nasty tree-roots on the ramp. Cycling is prohibited on the path on the left which leads to a residential street.

Tandems at The Brig

NCN1 shared use path.

From a cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

NCN1 From a cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

NCN1 A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

Inside the innocent railway tunnel. A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

The turn to Holyrood Park. A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

Riders using the innocent railway tunnel on this popular route. A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

NCN1 crosses a small river. A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

NCN1 A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

NCN1 the innocent cycle path. A chicane with a generous gap.

NCN1 The innocent cycle path.

NCN1 straight on for Duddingston 1.25, Edinburgh City Centre 4 or the other way for Jewel 0.3 or Musselburgh 3.

NCN1 the innocent cycle path.

NCN 1 - the innocent cycle path.

Brunstane 0.5 and Dalkeith 7 to the left. Bingham 0.5 and Edinburgh City Centre to the right, on NCN1. A spoke campaigner, on the cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

Cycle routes go over Brunstane Station Location: Bingham, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) cyclingedinburgh.info routes map

P1010973 Location: Bingham, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

P1010977 Location: Bingham, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

P1010970 Location: Craigmillar, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

P1010991 Location: Joppa, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

P1010993 Location: Joppa, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

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