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Photo listing : route signs

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This listing only shows photos within Dunbartonshire.
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Signs visible through the trees for various destinations not mentioned at the top of the ramp. Anyone getting this far probably already knows where they are going. Plus an awkward barrier to get around at the bottom of the steep and narrow ... [more]

The access ramp from the Forth & Clyde Canal to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, but nothing on the signpost to say so.

A choice of routes to Glasgow, and a map. It just needs a 'You Are Here' arrow.

Canalside signage in Clydebank.

Signage for the Forth & Clyde Canal, and a dropped kerb to aid access.

Signage to the Forth & Clyde Canal outside the now closed Playdrome in Clydebank town centre, but no sign of any cycle parking.

A sign for the Forth & Clyde Canal pointing the wrong way. The canal can be reached via Farm Road heading into the distance on the right.

Signage for the Forth & Clyde Canal at Farm Road.

Signs for destinations on the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath. A steep path next to the ruin leads down to Donald's Quay and to a path from there to The Saltings nature reserve.

A partly obscured and faded sign for Kilpatrick station.

A sign for the Clyde Coastal Path at Mount Pleasant Drive.

Duntocher over the footbridge.

Signs for the Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82 dual carriageway. The ramp to Glenhead Road replaces steps that were there previously.

Route signs for the Clydebank North Circular Link cycleway along the A82 dual carriageway, at a toucan crossing across Kilbowie Road. But a short distance further on, there's a 'No Cycling' sign (see #107320).

Poorly maintained signage in Whitecrook.

Signs (pedestrian or cycle?) for Whitecrook Park and the Forth & Clyde Canal. The sign for Whitecrook Park should be pointing along North Elgin Street (behind the camera). The next turn going towards the canal didn't have a sign.

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.

The cycle routes from the council offices to Dumbarton's two railway stations appear to cross the A82 on this split pedestrian crossing, and use the narrow footway on the far side. No attempt has been made to actually provide a proper cycle ... [more]

A route sign for the Council Offices cycle route, and some other signs that faded out.

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

Rather than taking the obvious route to the Forth & Clyde Canal adjacent to Duntreath Avenue, the signage indicates a route via Strauss Avenue, although I wasn't sure where it went after that, possibly onto Kirkwood Avenue and the lifting b ... [more]

Route sign on the Clydebank North Circular cycle route alongside the A82.

Lots of signs at this junction on the Clyde Coastal Path. I can't help wondering if the blank section on the directions signs was meant for a Clyde Coastal Path logo, to save having duplicate signs.

Local direction signage but none for the Clyde Coastal Path.

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

Signage for the Clyde Coastal Path as well as for local directions.

Stepped access to Kilpatrick station near the Erskine Bridge, but no mention of a step-free route on the sign.

A path junction near the Erskine Bridge. The path to the right goes under the end of the 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. ... [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. ... [more]

With-flow and contra-flow cycle lane on the same otherwise one-way road

NCN 7 marker post 7 is apparently left and right of this sign. It refers to the national cycle route number 7. Found in Balloch Castle Country Park. These posts are easy to miss, especially at junctions. Location approximate.

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