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Photo listing : general sign/notices

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This listing only shows photos within Cumbernauld.
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A 15mph limit on Carnbroe Road beyond the edge of Bellshill.

"Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway" but no dropped kerb to enable that. Pathetic!

Beware of cycles on the cycle path! This is not a 'No Through Road' for cycling.

Give Way at Strathclyde Business Park.

Motorway regulations apply henceforth. A bit bigger than the equivalent cycle route confirmation sign.

This had better be an important sign to be positioned so close to the cyclepath.

A passing place on the farm access road and M8 cycle route in the Douglas Support Estate.

The farm access road alongside the new M8 motorway has a direct connection to the 'all purpose' A8 dual carriageway, which, as the sign says, is unsuitable for pedestrians and cyclists.

More signs. They would make more sense facing the other way, come to think of it.

The cyclepath becomes a farm access road again. I doubt there's much traffic to give way to (see #99831).

Give Way. Just do it!

Town Centre or Carlisle? I'd have thought Airdrie would have been a more relevant potential destination than Carlisle.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign at a useful footbridge over the M80 motorway.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign at a pedestrian crossing? Why hasn't a toucan crossing been installed here?

Milepost Coatbridge

Milepost

No cycling or walking in the new Raith Interchange underpass. Or at least I think that is what it is meant to mean. The shared footway hasn't been completed yet.

"Give Cycle Space" - in this case the cycle space is through the Scotmid car park.

Cycle route around roundabout ends, but continues across the road to the right.

The path under the Clyde Bridge floods when the River Clyde is in spate. The pedestrian crossing referred to also requires crossing Airbles Road and the road into Strathclyde Park, both at uncontrolled crossings, since there is no pedestria ... [more]

Broken sign for as yet unbuilt road (see #79938) at Calderwood Village development.

Incorrect signage on shared footway at Calderwood Village development, and top surface missing. The direction sign for Chapelhall and Airdrie in the background is somewhat premature!

A solitary shared use sign on Lenziemill Road near Greenfaulds station. The footway continues in a slightly wider state until the A73 junction where it ends without linking to anything.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign that gives no justification. It's because there's a flight of steps ahead (see #80160) and you've missed the last turn-off to avoid it.

A lottery-funded waymarker post that appears to be facing the wrong way at path T-junction. (No route heads to the right as black arrow suggests).

Sustrans milepost

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign on Cumbernauld's cycle route 2 at a railway bridge, matching the similar sign in #67680 for the opposite direction.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign for a (non-Toucan) pedestrian crossing on Cumbernauld's cycle route 2, and then the route continues along a narrow footway around the perimeter of the Tesco car park.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign at the Jane's Brae footbridge.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign at the footbridge over Jane's Brae.

Does cycle route 1 head up here? [It does, see #70623.] No other cycle signs about. Not knowing where it went, I gave up following the route and continued on elsewhere.

Speed sign ready for 100mph+ speeds on Victoria Place, Airdrie!

"Danger - Slow Down - Path surface uneven and broken" sign on Luggie Glen path, the old route of NCN75, referring to subsidence such as at #43945 and #43947

"Danger - Slow Down - Path surface uneven and broken" sign on Luggie Glen path, the old route of NCN75, referring to subsidence such as at #43945 and #43947

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