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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Arundel.
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Cyclists rest area on the newly opened section of NCN 2 between Bognor Regis and Littlehampton

Old section of the A259 now in use for cyclists. The full width of the old road has mostly been covered in undergrowth, only the cyclists are keeping the tarmac showing!

Lost opportunity...such a shame

Bognor Regis - New cycleway under construction at North Bersted

Limited and rudimentary cycle facilities on Southern Railways refurbished class 313 stock.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 blocked again by beach and sea debris following a winter storm. Compare with picture #61345

Bognor Regis - New shared use cycle/pedestrian path under contstruction between Barnham and Walberton

Newly opened (23 June 2015) shared use cycleway through Hotham Park. So new that not even the proper signs are in place!

Cars queueing as far as the eye can see - but the cycletrack is empty! Motorists - its quicker by bike!

Bognor Regis - 14th Century Shripney Lane has been severed due to construction of the Northern Relief Road. Through access now only available to bikes and pedestrians. This view taken just prior to the relief road opening, shows the new la ... [more]

Shared use NCN 2 approaching Felpham from Bognor prom. See also #74026.

This pathway behind the Beach Huts at Aldwick is an extension of Bognor Prom. Cycling is allowed the full length of the prom but its not clear whether this bit still counts as the prom and there is no signage at all on this stretch to permi ... [more]

This picturesque route around Pagham Harbour forms part of a traffic free route between Bognor, Sidlesham, and then on to Selsey, but unfortunately cycling is prohibited. Another missing link for reasons that are not quite clear

Start of the Cycle route from Barnham towards Felpham & Bognor Regis, at Church Lane Barnham. Note the 5-bar gate is normally closed, access is via the side gate. The large gate is opened only to access overflow parking at the Church

Track through Ancton Woods, near Elmer. This is cyclable with care; there are two narrow bridges to negotiate but is a quiet alternative to unpleasant riding on a very busy A.259 between Littlehampton & Bognor Regis

Bognor Regis - promenade cycle track. Cycling is permitted on this shared route - its part of NCN 2 - but on a busy day cycling can be challenging. It does not help that at this point there is nothing to indicate that cycling is permissabl ... [more]

Bognor Regis - signage as NCN2 joins the shared use promenade. The route heads East along the promenade but there is no lane marking or painted warnings. The shared use notice on the left is repeated at various points.

Bognor Regis - the shortest bit of cycletrack in the area is this 3 metre stretch with badly worn markings which is part of the Chichester-Bognor Cycleway. The crossing ahead is a Toucan, with cycle aspect display.

Bognor Regis - the Chichester-Bognor Cycleway runs through an unmapped pathway to link into Winston Crescent. At the far end is an instruction for cyclists to dismount; but there is no such instruction when approaching from this direction.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 at Andrew Avenue Felpham. At the junction ahead, NCN2 bears right. Signage is easy to miss and a wrong turn means joining a very busy road.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 at Triton Way Felpham. Lampost on right indicates that NCN2 bears left at junction - this sign is easy to miss.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 route leaving King George Field at Felpham & bearing right back onto road (Triton Way)

Bognor Regis - NCN2 uses an off road path around the edge of King George Field after leaving Summerley Lane. Paths run in a variety of directions - NCN2 bears right on entering the field.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 leaves Summerley Lane to run off road; the lampost ahead has a sign pointing right up the narrow shared pathway. This is easy to miss if you are not careful.

Bognor Regis - Promenade Cycle route (NCN2) rounds the bend at Rock Point heading for Felpham Village.

Bognor Regis - end of promenade Cycletrack (NCN2) at Outram Road, Felpham. The promenade continues straight ahead but cycling is not currently permitted beyond here. Many local cyclists ignore this but please cycle with care due to narrow ... [more]

Bognor Regis -under cover double-deck parking at the rail station (2 of 2)

Bognor Regis - under cover double-deck bike parking at the rail station (1of 2)

Bognor Regis-Barnham link: bridge crossing the Aldingbourne Rife (pic taken after very heavy rain; fields are flooded, cycleroute is clear)

Bognor Regis - Southern portal of subway under A259

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route, warning to pedestrians leaving the beach [not certain that this sign is correctly positioned!]

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route looking west

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route south of Butlins perimeter fence, looking east

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route looking east

Bognor Regis - plenty of Sheffield Stands for cyclists at Sainsburys Superstore

Cycle track around the perimeter of Butlins camp, heading for Bognor Regis town centre

Bognor Regis to Barnham link north of Flansham

Bognor Regis - signage at Brooks Lane

Bognor Regis - Cycleway towards South Bersted at junction of SCCR

Cyclists from the CycleBognor group using an ancient trackway to avoid the busy A.259 at Grevatts Lane

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