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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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

Shared-use footways in Fishguard - on both sides, I believe

This bridleway is of no use to cyclists.

Route signs on NCN route 82 (caution, narrow - but lovely - road)

No cycling on this wheelchair-accessible path

Zig-zag link from Lota Park to the bus stops on the new one-way system, Fishguard

Zig-zag link from Lota Park to the bus stops on the new one-way system, Fishguard

Link to Lota Park from the new one-way system, Fishguard - dropped kerb needed

Cut-through to the Co-op, Fishguard

No Motor Vehicles (it's a dead end, including for cycles) and cycle parking, Fishguard

Route signs on NCN route 4 [On Google Street View there was a cyclist standing here, looking at the Google camera car with a bemused expression. Next time I looked, he'd vanished.]

Route signs on NCN route 4

Improved signage on NCN route 4 (see #19931)

Two stands at the Bishop's Palace, St David's.

Bike locked to a plantlock at St David's City Hall, as well as a conventional Sheffield stand

No Motor Vehicles except for access on this cut-through in St David's

Cut-throughs across New St, St David's

Cut-through in St David's

Short new shared-use path on the edge of St David's

Short new cycleway on the edge of St David's

Short new cycleway on the edge of St David's

Route signs on NCN route 4

This bridleway on the edge of St David's is actually a dead-end.

Shared-use link to NCN route 4 at a new roundabout on the edge of St David's

It's not at all clear whether this is a shared-use link from NCN route 4

New link from NCN route 4 alongside a sports field

New crossing for NCN route 4 on the edge of St David's

New crossing for NCN route 4 on the edge of St David's

Route sign on NCN route 4

Bridleway in Marloes

The shared-use path west from Milford Haven

Crossing on the shared-use path west from Milford Haven

What a waste of space - but it's too far from anywhere to be useful as cycle parking.

Cyclists Dismount, not once but twice - the route west from Milford Haven is just to the left

No Motor Vehicles on this track around Carew Castle

Shared-use link from Carew Castle to the A477

Shared-use path on the far side of the A777 to Pembroke Dock

Cycle stands at Aldi, Pembroke Dock

Narrow shared-used path to Pembroke Dock

Toucan crossing at the A477/Ferry Lane junction, Pembroke Dock

I think the shared-use route to Pembroke is on the left

Shared-use path towards Pembroke

Shared-use path west from Ferry Lane, Pembroke Dock

Shared-use route towards Pembroke

Dropped kerb and end of footway towards Pembroke

Narrow shared-use cycleway by the A477, Pembroke Dock

Toucan crossing at the A477/Ferry Lane junction, Pembroke Dock

Steep link from central Pembroke to NCN route 4

Section of contraflow cycleway, Pembroke

Route sign to avoid a section of the busy one-way main road through Pembroke

Two cycle stands, Pembroke

Sign to NCN route 4 and some essentially one-sided cycle stands at Tenby station.

Mainly traffic-free route past Tenby harbour

Ongoing surface upgrade of bridleway / cyclepath @ Canaston Woods, Nr Narberth, Pembrokeshire

Covered cycle parking near the café at Fishguard and Goodwick Station.

Fishguard and Goodwick Station approach.

A series of mosaics mark the French invasion of 1797 and the history of the port of Fishguard/Goodwick.

Pedestrian crossing

View of Fishguard Harbour from Marine Walk.

The mention of cycling in the prohibitions of this notice have been scratched out.

Goodwick

St David’s Cathedral on a fine morning in late September. The up-coming cycling will traverse the landscape in the distance here, as ncr 4 makes its way along the Pembrokeshire coast towards its end-point at Fishguard.

Bridleway off the old A40

Bridleway under the new A40

Path beside the new A40

Bridleway under the new A40

Bridleway under the new A40

Shared-use cycleway crossing a future side-road off the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Crossing on new shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest - 'Cyclists Rejoin Road' actually just means the route uses the lay-by.

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest passing through a lay-by

Shared-use cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Sign for NCN route 4 at St Davids cathedral

Link to NCN route 4 at St Davids cathedral

Approach to new roundabout on NCN route 4, St Davids

Shared-use path beside what is effectively a new eastern bypass for St Davids

Crossing on NCN route 4, St Davids

New shared-use path for NCN route 4 east from St Davids

New shared-use link to NCN route 4, St Davids

Cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest (the sign is misleading - the offroad route continues)

Cycleway beside the A487 to Haverfordwest

Crossing on NCN route 4, Pembroke

On- and off-road versions on NCN route 4?

Link from NCN route 4 to the centre of Pembroke (not shown on OpenCycleMap)

New contraflow on NCN route 4 entering Pembroke

Cycleway beside the B4319, Pembroke

Cycleway beside the B4319, Pembroke

Cycleway beside the B4319, Pembroke

Cycleway beside the B4319, Pembroke

Cycle parking near the Green Bridge of Wales

Unnecessary Cyclists Dismount sign on the link from NCN route 4 to Pembroke station

Sign for a mountain bike route in rural Pembrokeshire

Cycle parking at Manorbier village stores

Awkward access to Tenby Golf Club

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