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Photo listing : route signs (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Edinburgh.
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Sign for cycle routes parallel to the Edinburgh bypass

Sign for cycle routes parallel to the Edinburgh bypass

Route 8 crosses the tramway, while the speed limit sign has gained an "except buses, taxis & cycles" plate!

Sign explaining signs on westbound "RR" cycle route have red backgrounds while eastbound the backgrounds are green. The signs in photo #65672 have the all important directions to be taken at the upcoming junction.

"RR" route sign at Fairmilehead.

The "RR" cycle route carries straight on here.

The first route sign I noticed for the "RR" cycle route since joining at Gilmerton Dykes Street. It isn't even at a junction!

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

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

The route to Edinburgh Park station, accessed past barrier in #59026, is via the path to the right.

Sign for turn for Edinburgh Park station

A walking-only section of the John Muir Way on Corstorphine Hill

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

Route sign, but without route number shown on previous sign #59010

Sign north of Edinburgh Park station

Sign for path to Edinburgh Park

Shared-use footway and signage on Gogar Station Road, across the other side of the Edinburgh City Bypass from Edinburgh Park

Sign for South Gyle station on South Gyle Road, part of the Haymarket to Edinburgh Park signed cycle route. Although it is continuously signed, this cycle route does not show the end points on signs, only local destinations.

Route sign for A8 cyclepath (few and far between) giving directions for junction ahead (see #37411) - no mention of airport, and Newbridge is given as left although cyclists heading for the A89 via the Newbridge Roundabout bridge should go ... [more]

First sign for Edinburgh, indeed the first cycle direction sign since Uphall!

underpass to the cycle path - steps

Nice straightforward junction on National Cycle Network route 1

RR refers to the Regional Route parallel to the Edinburgh bypass (an A road on which cycling is banned)

Cycleway

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

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

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.

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

Barely discernible route sign. A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010. Signage reads: Queensferry 11 City Centre 1.75 Newhaven 2 Wardie 1.75 Trinity 1.5

Signage to B&Q

The railway route past a supermarket. The sign reads, ahead: Warriston 0.5 Trinity 1 Leith 1.5 Newhaven 1.5 and the other way: Stockbridge 0.25 City Centre 1 Meadows 1.75 Tollcross 2

IMG_1566 Location: Blackhall, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

National Cycle Network route 1 heading west from Haymarket station.

National Cycle Network milepost at Haymarket station, Edinburgh

starting out 3 miles in, still raining

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