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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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

Shared-use catway https://t.co/YA58G6COYU

Cycle parking and e-bike sharing station at Exeter Central station

Crossing and sign to the NCN route 34 link to the Exe Cycleway

Crossing from NCN route 34 to the New North Road link, Exeter

Start of NCN route 34 link to the Exe Cycleway

Shared-use link to New North Road, Exeter

Cycle parking at Exeter Phoenix arts centre

Cycle parking at Exeter Phoenix arts centre

No Cycling in Exeter cathedral close

Exeter Cathedral School minibuses blocking access to Exeter cathedral - but it's not a public highway

Cycle lane and ASL, hopefully giving some protection from left-turning motor vehicles

No Motor Vehicles in central Exeter

The Bike Shed, Exeter

No Cycling

No Cycling

No Cycling on Bartholomew Terrace

Not this way to central Exeter

Crossing on NCN route 34 from the Miller's Crossing bridge to central Exeter

Cycle parking by the Miller's Crossing bridge on NCN route 34, Exeter.

NCN route 34 comes off the Miller's Crossing bridge onto a basic stretch of segregated footway.

Shared-use footway north from NCN route 34 and the Miller's Crossing bridge, Exeter

NCN route 34 comes off the Miller's Crossing bridge onto a basic stretch of segregated footway.

NCN route 34 at the Miller's Crossing bridge, Exeter

NCN route 34 by the Exe

Shared-use (a little narrow) on NCN route 34 at the Miller's Crossing bridge, Exeter

Route signs on NCN route 34 at the Miller's Crossing bridge, Exeter

Route signs on NCN route 34 at the Miller's Crossing bridge, Exeter

Slipway and ramp up to the Miller's Crossing bridge on NCN route 34, Exeter

Route under the Exeter-Plymouth railway line.

NCN route 34 takes a roundabout route to the right but the direct route to the city centre is to the left.

Links from NCN route 34, Exeter

Link from NCN route 34, Exeter

Link from NCN route 34, Exeter

Links from NCN route 34, Exeter

Route sign on NCN route 34, Exeter

Crossing on NCN route 34 - currently a dead-end to the north, so this is mainly for access to St Davids station

Cycleways by the Exe and on the embankment (NCN route 34)

Dead-end path by the Exe - used by dog-walkers and even some cyclists.

No access to the path on this side of the Exe

No access to the path on this side of the Exe

Very roundabout route from St Davids station to Exeter city centre - pedestrians can come through the car park on the left but cyclists have to go around to the right.

Very roundabout route from St Davids station to Exeter city centre - pedestrians go left through the car park but cyclists have to go around to the right.

Sign for very roundabout route from St Davids station to Exeter city centre

Steps on pedestrian link from the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

Pedestrian link from the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

The Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5, opened by Norman Baker in 2011

Route signs on link from the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

Closure on former road to the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

Route signs on link from the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

Road closure (there are no buses here now) on link to the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

Link to the Redhayes cycle bridge over the M5

Shared-use footway in new housing development, Exeter

Shared-use footway in new housing development, Exeter

End of shared-use footway in new housing development

Dead end except for cycles in new housing development, Monkerton, Exeter

Unusual stands outside the Sawyers Arms Exeter from a bus.

Unusual stands outside a bank in Exeter.

One day I'll actually go and look at this striking bridge carrying the E4 cycle route across the M5 motorway.

Some cygnets enjoying the morning sunshine at the mouth of the Exeter ship canal.

Double decker racks outside Exeter St Davids

New North Road, Exeter

Exeter

Gandy Street: One of Exeter's charming narrow streets off the High Street.

Except cycles

Pump outside Exeter Central station.

Topsham to Turf ferry - bikes welcome for a poumd each. Adult single was three quid.

Picturesque narrow streets of Topsham

Cyclists on the Exe trail.

Topsham to Turf ferry - bikes welcome for a poumd each. Adult single was three quid.

This sign is only clue that I saw that says contraflow cycling is permitted.

Actually this bit of the High Street is two way for cycling, but there's not much to tell oncoming motorists to beware of contraflow cycling.

Topsham High Street

Couple of cycle racks underneath a footbridge over the busy Topsham Road.

Curious crossing - has this any legal status?

Exeter's partially pedestrianised high street - plenty of buses, bikes but not too much other motor traffic.

Happened upon the world's narrowest street while walking in Exeter. View from other end: #68381. The sign says... BELIEVED TO BE THE NARROWEST STREET IN THE WORLD WIDTH 25" INCREASING TO 45" Of course such a lame claim to ... [more]

Narrow! See #68382

Subway under a busy and congested road.

Shared use on the ring road, Exeter

Shared use cycle route

The Exeter end of the Exeter Canal

National Cycle Network route 2 markings near the M5 south of Exeter

Routes at Countess Weir, on the old Exeter bypass

Brompton Dock at Exeter St David's station

Slightly odd signage for footway and contraflow cycle lane

No cycling on this link from Exeter St David's station to the centre and the university

Walking route from Exeter St David's station to the centre and university - no cycling, but why isn't there a dropped kerb and a road crossing right here?

Cycle parking inside the ticket barriers at Exeter St David's station

Brompton Dock at Exeter St David's station - two lockers were empty when I looked.

Cycle parking at Exeter St Davids

High Street

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