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Route sign on the Lancashire Cycleway at Carnforth

Route signs on the Lancashire Cycleway at Carnforth station

Cycle stands and lockers at Carnforth station

Link to the Lancaster Canal in Carnforth

Steps and wheeling channel where NCN routes 6 and 700 leave the Lancaster Canal (to bypass Carnforth)

Steps and wheeling channel where NCN routes 6 and 700 leave the Lancaster Canal (to bypass Carnforth)

Swing bridge over the Lancaster Canal on NCN route 6

NCN route 6 giving a view to Morecambe Bay

Steps to Village Centre, meaning Hest Bank

NCN route 6 in Hest Bank

Sign to Village Centre, meaning Hest Bank

NCN route 6 by the Lancaster Canal

NCN route 6 passing below the Bay Gateway road

Junction of NCN route 6 and the Bay Gateway road

The Lancaster Canal towpath

NCN route 6 leaves the Lancaster Canal here because it takes a very long way around to Lancaster.

NCN route 6 takes this link down to the Lancaster Canal - I don't think there's a sign

Alternative route to the Lancaster Canal

Signs for alternative route from Lancaster to Kendal

Route sign on NCN route 6 to the Lancaster Canal

Route sign on NCN route 6, Lancaster

NCN route 6 leaving Ryelands Park, Lancaster

Barriers on link west from Ryelands Park, Lancaster

Narrow bridge from Ryelands Park, Lancaster

NCN route 6 is supposed to give way to a seemingly less important route in Ryelands Park, Lancaster - but why do there have to be Give Way markings at all?

NCN route 6 tuns left in Ryelands Park, Lancaster

Parallel routes - two shared-use paths and a short bus/bike lane inbetween.

NCN route 6 marker now on the toucan crossing (see #87524)

Off-road route and parallel shared bus/bike lane

NCN routes 6, 69 and 700, Lancaster

Underpass on NCN route 6, Lancaster

Route signs at the north end of the Millennium Bridge, Lancaster (NCN routes 6, 69 and 700)

Cycle parking and the Millennium Bridge, Lancaster

Ramped access and gate in the flood wall by the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

Stepped access over the flood wall to the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Lancaster to Glasson Dock

One cycle stand, a bit close to the wall

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The elevated cycleway approaching the Millennium Bridge in Lancaster.

Cyclists on the riverside path rejoin the road here [now extended west]; on the right are steps to the pedestrian bridge (alongside the West Coast Main Line railway) across the Lune.

No Cycling on this staircase! The stairs lead to a footbridge attached to the side of the railway bridge high above the river. Probably as quick to cycle to the Millennium Bridge now than to lug a bike up and down these stairs.

The riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster with makeshift segregation beneath the railway viaduct

Awkward kink on the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

Awkward kink on the riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Lancaster to Glasson Dock

The riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) from Glasson Dock to Lancaster

The Lancaster riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700) towards Glasson Dock

Cyclist passing on the Lancaster riverside cycleway (NCN routes 6 and 700)

This will be a decent link when proper dropped kerbs are installed.

The usual semi-finished look of a new housing development, with piles of asphalt instead of proper dropped kerbs.

Exit from new housing development towards Lancaster station

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  • Icon 149359 Busy road, there is room for a cycleway
  • Icon 149354 Zebra crossing needed as drivers do not give way to pedestrians crossing here. They will speed off the bypass on the blind corner up to Somerford or in opposite direction towards Christchurch. Pedestrians take a risk everytime they cross, and some are not lucky. There has already been pedestrians hit by cars including a recent death. Somerford Road and Purewell down to Christchurch need traffic calming measures, the bypass is not being used in preference to charging down these roads
  • Icon 149352 Road width too great, cycle path would ensure safer cycling
  • Icon 149351 Too many car lanes dedicated space for bikes and better paths needed
  • Icon 149350 Pedestrians cannot walk safely along the road and for families with children who live along this road this is totally unacceptable
  • Icon 149349 The shared path towards Highcliffe becomes unshared and throws cyclists onto a 40mph road where cars often exceed this speed. It is then a narrow section over a bridge and a steep climb into Highcliffe. Big delivery vehicles cannot slow down in time when they spot cyclists in the road under the shade of the trees. It is very dangerous. There is a pavement opposite that is never used that could be made part of the road so the shared path side is made wider or impose a 30mph from Chewton Glen to Highcliffe
  • Icon 149348 There is no bike parking around the Brimington Estate where people live in flats and have nowhere to store them
  • Icon 149347 The shared path towards Highcliffe becomes unshared and throws cyclists onto a 40mph road where cars often exceed this speed. It is then a narrow section over a bridge and a steep climb into Highcliffe. Big delivery vehicles cannot slow down in time when they spot cyclists in the road under the shade of the trees. It is very dangerous. There is a pavement opposite that is never used that could be made part of the road so the shared path side is made wider or impose a 30mph from Chewton Glen to Highcliffe
  • Icon 149346 This part of the road is so dangerous. Cars drive so fast and the corner is blind. I have to walk up this part of the road with my children to school and have twice now been brushed by cars . Please add a pavement here! Someone is going to get hurt.
  • Icon 149331 Traffic calming or one way. Cars, vans and motorbikes speed down this narrow road putting pedestrians and other vulnerable users at risk. The marsh is very popular, as is Fishermans Bank and Recreation ground with dog walkers, cyclists, joggers, bird watchers. The road surface is appalling, with numerous potholes and patches from utility companies. The speed should be dropped to maximum 20mph all the way to at least Avon Beach
  • Icon 149318 Pavements now totally blocked by illegally parked cars/vans
  • Icon 149317 There's already an existing route from Wiggs Island all the way to Warrington that then links with the Trans Pennine Trail but the path at Wiggs Island and next to Moore Nature Reserve is in very poor condition with many pot holes making it dangerous to use. All the paths need is resurfacing.

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