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The path around the back of the pitches at Whitecrook Park is not surfaced, but leads to an entrance on North Elgin Street.

Paths on both sides of the canal at Linnvale have bumpy surfaces.

The path on the north side of the Forth & Clyde Canal at Linnvale has a loose gravel surface, while the direct route to Strauss Avenue is just a grass path.

The riverside path is separated from the car park by rising bollards, although they hadn't been deployed at the time of my visit.

The riverside path outside the Clydebank Leisure Centre.

The Titan Crane in Clydebank, and access to the new riverside path to the right.

Cycle parking at the western end of the riverside path in Dalmuir. The path does not connect into the hospital grounds ahead.

A dropped kerb is still required at both ends of the path connecting the Clydebank Business Park and Singer Road.

The new riverside path from the Titan crane leaves the riverside and follows a zig-zag course a little back from the river bank. It then ceases, without (as yet) connecting to the path seen in #167649.

A new riverside path, next to the Titan crane in Clydebank. At present, it is a dead end path.

A nice section of riverside path, but it doesn't connect to anything else. A new section of path is being installed beyond the navigation light (see #167654), but with the industrial estate in the way, does not look like it will link up.

A path connectinging an industrial estate to the hospital entrance road along the riverside. I guess the things at the side of the path are meant to be cycle parking stands, although placed right up against a kerb, and in a location unlikel ... [more]

Since my last visit, a short section of wider path has been laid, but ends here.

A totem pole and information board at the entrance to The Saltings nature reserve.

The barrier at The Saltings car park.

Another barrier blocking the end of a bridge in The Saltings nature reserve. So I'll give this path a miss too.

The Saltings nature reserve, next to the Erskine Bridge.

The path from The Saltings to Donald's Quay, and some pedestrian congestion at the barrier seen in #107387.

A barrier across the path between Donald's Quay and The Saltings. It's always worth checking whether the gate is locked or not. At this point, the path is running along the formation of a former railway line.

A path at Donald's Quay, parallel to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath.

The path to the canal could not only be wider, and have a dropped kerb at the end, but could also meet the road nearer the corner to avoid being blocked by parked vehicles. The priority sign to the right needs corrected too.

The path from Kilpatrick station passing under the Erskine Bridge and onwards to the Lusset Glen.

The junction between the ramped paths up to the Erskine Bridge, and in the foreground the path under the Erskine Bridge which links to Kilpatrick station and a park.

No widening of this narrow footway took place to convert it into the Clydebank North Circular Link cycleway. Pathetic!

The path along the edge of the park disappears under a bush, and because the grass is at the foot of a slope, the grass can get a bit too boggy to cycle on.

The Forth & Clyde Canal towpath is now in a reasonable shape, but the path to Beardmore Street only gets worse as it goes on!

No path from the small park to the pedestrian crossing on Western Isles Road.

A poor quality path, with a hump, at a crossing with a track at Dalnottar.

A rather uninviting entrance to the Thomas Wood Path at Duntocher.

A high kerb across the end of the path to NCN754 Forth & Clyde Canal.

There used to be direction signs at this path junction. Now just this! A brown sign cycle route to Dumbarton Castle starts here, going left, but there is no longer a sign here to let people know about it. Various signed walking routes al ... [more]

Dropped kerbs would be useful either end of this path between Clydebank Business Park and Singer Road.

The signed cycle route to the council offices uses the path across the Meadow. A pity the dropped kerb doesn't align with the path.

Apparently the council thinks this makes a cycle route!

Path from Gooseholm Road reaches Glenfinnan Drive.

Filtered permeability of a sort, with shared-use path linking two sections of the housing development, while preventing through use by motor vehicles.

The shared-use path across the Meadow in Dumbarton is part of a signed cycle route to the council offices.

The A-frame at the end of the Thomas Wood Path is too narrow for the handlebars on my new bike.

The Thomas Wood Path to Duntocher is part of the Clyde Coastal Path.

Directions sign at the end of the Erskine Bridge cycle track, with Clyde Coastal Path signs below.

A path junction near the Erskine Bridge. The path to the right goes under the end of the bridge.

One of the hairpin bends in the cycle path up to the cycle track on the Erksine Bridge.

Work underway on creating the Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82, at the Erskine Bridge end of the route, where it meets the existing cycle path between the A814 and the cycle track on the bridge. www.west-dunbarton.gov.uk/r ... [more]

Work underway on creating the Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82, where the path meets the existing cycle path at the end of the Erskine Bridge. www.west-dunbarton.gov.uk/roads-parking-travel/road-safety/road-safety-walking- ... [more]

A path linking to the Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82

The path connecting Glenhead Road and Great Western Road.

The connection to Glenhead Road is by means of the steps.

A rough and in places steep path between Parkhall and Dalmuir in Clydebank.

Work underway on creating the Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82. The path on the right connects to Glenhead Road via a short flight of steps (see #64804), and continues down past the golf course to Littleholm Place. www. ... [more]

The off-side path along the Forth & Clyde Canal at Linnvale has been surfaced with some rough stone. Hardly suitable for cycling on.

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