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Shared-use route past a roundabout on the A12

Shared-use route by the A12 to the Kessingland junction

The Lowestoft-Kessingland route uses a stub of London Road cut off by a nw bypass

Shared-use footway from Lowestoft to Kessingland

Straight on for Kessingland, right to go around the B1532/A12 roundabout

Shared-use crossing at the B1532/A12 roundabout

Shared-use route around the B1532/A12 roundabout

Segregated cycleway to the Lowestoft promenade

Segregated cycleway at the end of the Lowestoft promenade

Line of desire to the Lowestoft promenade

Dead end except for cycles, Lowestoft

Diverted cycleway at the end of the Lowestoft promenade

Lots of space for cycling on the Lowestoft promenade

Cycle parking on both sides of this traffic-free stretch of road by the promenade, Lowestoft

Sign for local cycle routes, Lowestoft

End of segregated cycleway, Lowestoft

Start of segregated cycleway, Lowestoft

Presumably a sign for NCN route 1, Lowestoft

NCN route 1 leaving Lowestoft - the signs say shared-use, on the ground it looks segregated. Also a link to shops.

NCN route 1 entering Lowestoft - the signs say shared-use, on the ground it looks segregated

No Entry except for Cycles - a short loop on NCN route 1 to Lowestoft bridge.

Shared-use link to Lowestoft promenade

Shared-use footway towards Lowestoft bridge on NCN routes 1 and 30

Toucan crossing towards Lowestoft station

Crossing to Lowestoft station, shared-use footway and route signs - it's considerably more than 1 mile to Yarmouth though!

Cycle parking opposite Lowestoft station

Modal filter and toucan crossing on NCN route 1, Lowestoft

With a dropped kerb, this could be a route for NCN route 1 to Lowestoft station

Route sign, Lowestoft - according to OpenCycleMap this is NCN route 1

This seems to be a cycle bypass, but an Except Cycles plate is still needed for contraflow cycling.

Route sign on local route 9, Lowestoft

Toucan crossing on cycle route to central Lowestoft

Sign for local cycle route 9, Lowestoft

Sign for local cycle route 12, Lowestoft

Cut-through to NCN route 1, Lowestoft

Crossing and barrier on NCN route 1, Lowestoft

Shared-use footway west from Lowestoft station to NCN route 1

Sign for shared-use link west from Lowestoft station to NCN route 1

Crossing to shared-use footway across the car drop-off/pick-up area at Lowestoft station

New cycle parking going in at Lowestoft station - there's plenty of space, they could have used Sheffield stands rather than two-tier parking.

Lowestoft promenade

Lowestoft promenade

Lowestoft promenade.

In front of Lowestoft station.

Bike and Go and normal cycle parking at Lowestoft railway station.

Covered secure cycle parking

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.

Cycling on the promenade in Lowestoft is now more common than it was 30 years ago.

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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