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

The end! Arriving at Southwold Pier Cambridge to Southwold ride

The cycle lane on High St encourages cyclists to pass within inches of parked cars one side, and moving cars the other. At points the road is wide enough for it to be a mandatory, wide lane, but left as it is, it is a danger.

'Give Way' markings are given to users of the shared pathway alongside Main Road at junctions. However, at several points along Main Road 'Cycle Crossings' signs are used to indicate priority is with the path users at intersecting junctions … [more]

'Cycle Crossings' sign indicating priority to cyclists/pedestrians on the shared pathway crossing sideroads. However, 'Give Way' markings are present on the pathways at the intersecting junctions (see #24477).

This pathway off Main Road takes cyclists under the A12, avoiding the busy roundabout with Main Road, and saving time if continuing along it.

Main Road has a wide cycle lane, though it is only advisory. The overall width of the road is so wide that it could easily and should be a mandatory one. The "shortcut" into Felixstowe Road has an unnecessary "dogleg" in it.

Somewhat shabby cycle parking, but at least well spaced Sheffield stands to tie a bike to. Sheffield stands at the beach on Links Road on the North Sea Cycle Route 1.

Signs on the North Sea Cycle Route 1 on the beach at Links Road, approaching Lowestoft.

National Cycle Route 1 at Ness Point. The wind turbine 'Gulliver', was built in December 2004 and was the first commercial wind turbine in Suffolk and the largest wind turbine in Britain.

As far east as you can cycle in England. Britain's most easterly point in Lowestoft, Suffolk is on the National Cycle Route 1.

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