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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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

Cut-through from the A499 to NCN route 8 (Lôn Eifion)

Cycleway along the A499 - heading for the triple peaks of Yr Eifl

New cycleway by the A5, Bangor - a crossing to the Llandygai road would be helpful.

New cycleway by the A5, Bangor

New cycleway by the A5, Bangor

Junction of NCN routes 5 and 8, Bangor

NCN routes 5 and 8 towards the Menai Bridge

NCN route 8 running south from the junction with NCN route 5, Bangor

Shared-use link to industrial estate, Bangor

Gate at start of traffic-free link on NCN route 5, Llandygai

Damp section on traffic-free link on NCN route 5, Llandygai

Gate at end of traffic-free link on NCN route 5, Llandygai

Traffic-free link on NCN route 5, Llandygai

Start of traffic-free link on NCN route 5, Llandygai

NCN route 5 passing the gates to Penrhyn Castle (National Trust)

Very basic crossing of the A5 on NCN route 5, Bangor

NCN route 5 - shared-use footway by the A5, Bangor

Shared-use footway by the A5, Bangor

Shared-use footway by the A5, Bangor

Shared-use footway by the A5, Bangor

Link to NCN route 5 (right) and footway by the A5, Bangor

Link from railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

Railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

The railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen) passing beneath the A5

Narow bridge on the railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

Narrow bridge on the railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

Narrow bridge on the railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

End of railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

Start of railtrail section of NCN route 5 (Lon Las Ogwen)

Segregated two-way footway on NCN route 5, Bangor

Segregated two-way footway on NCN route 5, Bangor

NCN route 5, Bangor

NCN route 5, Bangor

NCN route 5 heading up from the waterfront, Bangor

Messy patch on NCN route 5, Bangor

NCN route 5 cutting down to the waterfront, Bangor

Crossing on link from NCN route 5 to central Bangor

Crossing on link to NCN route 5

Cut-trhough in Bangor

New route parallel to the A494 to Bala

New route parallel to the A494 to Bala

Bridge on new route parallel to the A494 to Bala

New route parallel to the A494 south from Bala

Start of route parallel to the A494 to Bala

Cycle route in Bangor, with the cathedral to the right

Start of cycle route past Bangor cathedral

Link to the new Storiel museum and art gallery, Bangor

Cycle bridge and coastal route to bird reserve, Caernarfon

Bollards on cut-through, Caernarfon

Start of lakeside route, Bala

Cut-through in Bala

Cycleway beside Lake Bala - there's far less debris on the layby.

Cycleway beside Lake Bala

Start of cycleway beside Lake Bala.

Effectively shared-use path by the A494 between Llanfor and Bala

Section of the Tarw Du (prounounced Taroo Dee) mountain bike trail known as Pins and Needles at Coed-y-Brenin.

This bit of the Cyflym Coch mountain bike trail is also on the NCN82. http://www.mbwales.com/en/content/cms/Centres/Coed_y_Brenin/Cyflym_Coch/Cyflym_Coch.aspx

LÔN ADDA cycle route towards Bangor Station

LÔN ADDA cycle route

The LÔN ADDA route passing some garages.

Footway cycleway approaching Menai Retail Park near Bangor.

Footway cycleway near Bangor - we've just passed through the expressway junction - corssing the slip roads.

Approaching the A55 expressway crossing on the outskirts of Bangor.

Footway cycleway near Bangor.

Footway cycleway near Bangor.

Footway cycleway near Bangor.

NCN8 between Caenarfon and Bangor. From here there's two routes into Bangor both of them cycling alongside busy fast roads. Sorry about the photo, but this one starts off with a NCN milepost and some art - I think it's an end of the L ... [more]

NCN8 between Caenarfon and Bangor.

NCN8 between Caenarfon and Bangor follows the route of an abandoned railway line.

NCN8 between Caenarfon and Bangor rather discrete access to the route of the abandoned railway line.

NCN8 between Caenarfon and Bangor.

NCN8 between Caenarfon and Bangor.

NCN8 is a footway cycleway along here.

Cycleway between Caernarfon and Bangor.

Caernarfon end of the Lon Eifion trail.

The first few miles of the Lon Eifion trail from Caernarfon to Porthmadog run alongside the Welsh Highland Railway.

Shared use cycling.

We got a bit lost from the NCN5 and found this way back onto the main road.

NCN5 and NCN82

Road tunnel

NCN5 a former railway line passes under the mainline.

NCN82

This old railway line into Bangor is on NCN5.

This gate leads out on to a former main road, see #60392.

Start of track around the northern end of Lake Bala

Track around the northern end of Lake Bala

Track around the northern end of Lake Bala

NCN 82 turning onto a bridleway

Shared-use path on NCN route 82

End of shared-use path on NCN route 82 where it turns left onto a bridleway

NCN 82 crossing the main road to a short stretch of shared-use path

NCN route 82 on a 'council road' in Coed y Brenin - something like a byway or a BOAT?

Start of the new MinoTaur trail from the Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre

A rougher section of NCN route 82 (still signed as route 8) in Coed y Brenin

Mountain bike trail turning off NCN route 82 in Coed y Brenin

NCN route 82 turning off the asphalt in Coed y Brenin

NCN route 82 crossing a bridge in Coed y Brenin

NCN route 82 crossing a bridge in Coed y Brenin

Mountain bike trail joining NCN route 82 in Coed y Brenin

NCN route 82 heading up into Coed y Brenin

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