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Photo listing : general sign/notices (infrastructure)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

Cycle parking and Dead End except cycling sign towards Bristol cathedral

Wait here to board a train with a bike (presumably installed when Turbos replaced Sprinters) - and a sign to dismount on the access ramp.

Pedestrians Only - it really is better for cyclists to stay away from the railway tracks (and the crowds of pedestrians).

The Cyclists Dismount and One Way signs seems to have appeared during the Covid-19 lockdowns - previously cyclists in both direction were on one side and pedestrians on the other.

Contraflow AND shared-use signs across the road - but to get there from the Vauxhall Bridge you have to divert via the Toucan crossing.

Signed as a pedestrian route only to the Bristol harbour ferry

Dead End except cycles and pedestrians, of course.

Plans for the new Ashley Down station (with a minor diversion of the cycleway due to steps being added)

Cyclists Dismount sign on Valentine Bridge, Bristol - but the Meads Reach Bridge is a far better option for cycling.

A temporary issue seems to be leading to permanent removal of cycle parking - Network Rail will be permanently closing all cycle parking on platforms three and four ahead of roof renovations. A new bike storage area is being built on Fri ... [more]

Unusual sign for cyclists approaching Valentine Bridge, Bristol. Ed: I'd suggest this is an attempt by the bridge owners to limit their liability as the parapets may not have been built to the statutory height. So they're covering their ... [more]

National Cycle Network map next to Millenium Square in Bristol

No Cycling on Victoria Square, Clifton Village, Bristol

Hollybush Lane IS a Bridleway

Hollybush Lane IS a Bridleway!

More sensible signage for a pedestrian area in Bristol than in Cambridge?

Bristol's finger post signing and map board system - part of their bid to become City of Culture 2008 which was won by Liverpool - (because they had the Beatles!)

Signage and finger pointing system in Bristol (approximate location)

The idea at the heart of this Bristol Signage scheme is that the maps are oriented the same way as the landscape behind the map - in principle this would seemingly make them more 'legible'.

The landscape behind the sign is oriented the same way on the map in this Bristol Signing scheme.

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