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Cycle route past the Francis Crick Institute

Cycle routes past the Francis Crick Institute

Right turn for cyclists

These planters are usually used for cycle parking but here are used to slow/deter cyclists

Through route needed for cycling

Sudden end of cycleway - this obstruction has been here for so long that it's visible on the satellite imagery.

Segregated cycle lane north of St Pancras station

Start of off-road cycle lane north from St Pancras station

Bus in left-turn lane, which was clearly a cycle lane until new provision was added to the left.

New protected cycle lane under St Pancras station

Long queue of taxis for the Kings Cross/St Pancras rank - and No Motorised Vehicles sign ('except taxis' plaque missing?)

New stretch of protected cycle lane, St Pancras station

Barriers to slow cyclists on the Regent's Canal

Cycle parking at the Coal Drops Yard

Cyclist in pedestrian area, the Coal Drops Yard

Cycle parking at the Coal Drops Yard

Contraflow cycle lane protected during construction across the road

Bike-sharing station and cycle contraflow lane

Parallel zebra/cycle crossing from Kings Cross/St Pancras to the University of the Arts

Shared use from Kings Cross/St Pancras to the University of the Arts

An O-bike by the racks between King's Cross and St. Pancras stations.

Why can't developers use the standard signs for cycle routes rather than always having to invent their own?

Heart shaped cycle parking

Hadn't realised that London buses have a number of some kind on top

King's Boulevard at King's Cross

A smattering of cycle park on this side of King's Cross station. These racks have more bikes attached than as designed. In the distance the railing at the taxi rank has many bikes attached.

Cycle parking on King's Cross station platform 8.

Immense queues of taxis for Kings Cross, to the left, and St Pancras, to the right.

Immense queues of taxis for Kings Cross, to the left, and St Pancras (going under the bridge ahead).

Floating towpath (cyclists dismount - in theory) past building works.

Access to the towpath north of Kings Cross - it's hard to see, but there's a cyclist being filmed, maybe for a fashion shoot.

Floating towpath (cyclists dismount - in theory) past building works.

Cycle parking at the University of the Arts London.

Route past the Midland Goods Shed towards Kings Cross

Cycle stands at northern access to the Midland Goods Shed and Kings Cross

Future cycle route to the Midland Goods Shed and Kings Cross, and spiral 'feature' to the right.

Cycle stands and (ahead) future route to the Midland Good Shed and Kings Cross

Cycle parking outside the entrance to the new Northern Ticket Hall of King's Cross-St Pancras underground station

Overflow cycle parking along the new King's Boulevard

The new King's Boulevard is busy with pedestrians in the rush hour - and the odd cyclist.

Caution Vehicles Crossing sign - there's a zebra crossing for pedestrians but no help for cyclists.

'Please Remove This Bicycle' - but in a rational (Dutch) situation the forecourt of Kings Cross station would have adequate cycle parking instead of these massive stone benches.

Notices on seemingly abandoned bikes at Kings Cross

Totally predictable and avoidable cycle parking crisis at the new entry to Kings Cross station

Not exactly Dutch levels of cycle parking, but at last there are a few stands at the new Kings Cross station.

Cycle contraflow leading to Kings Cross

Haphazard bits and pieces of cycle parking at Kings Cross

No cycle parking on the new Kings Cross Square, and no sign of where any might be - just tube and taxis.

The new plaza in front of King's Cross station - not quite complete, but it's clear there'll be no Dutch-style cycle parking here

The cycle lane is closed only because there's construction on the other side of the road so vehicles are encouraged to move left.

Surely this should have an Except Cycles plate?

Narrow section of the Regent's Canal towpath with barriers - but cycling is permitted

Cycles only on the link from the University of the Arts to Kings Cross station

Fountains rather than adequate cycle parking in front of the new University of the Arts north of Kings Cross

Trendy London fixies at the University of the Arts - and optimistic 5pmh limit

5pmh limit in the new development north of Kings Cross - good luck enforcing that.

Public bike pump at the new development north of Kings Cross

Lots of motorbike/scooter parking and not much cycle parking right in front of the new University of the Arts

Plenty of cycle parking and a pump by the former Midland Goods Shed in the new development north of Kings Cross

Cyclists Beware Site Traffic - sign at the new development north of Kings Cross - and the East Handyside Canopy

Cycle route and parking at the new development north of Kings Cross

Cycle route and parking at the new development north of Kings Cross (and the former York Road tube station)

It's astonishing that there's no crossing for pedestrians and cycles here between the main entrances to Kings Cross and St Pancras stations - it's all about taxis here.

Access to the new Kings Cross station concourse - anti-car bomb planters, of course, but no trace of any official cycle parking.

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