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Photo listing : general sign/notices

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Pop-up fall-down signage for this Covid-19 closure to motor traffic

Not one, not two, but three No left turn except cycles signs.

Good practice!

This is shown as a dismounting area for access to Euston station.

Lots of bike tags about this area being closed off for engineering work.

A dead end for cars, perhaps, but not for cyclists.

Not just Congestion Charging, but the ULEZ is here too!

Sign for new right-hook arrangement at the British Library crossroads

Permanent Home Zone (as opposed to a Play Street for 3 hours a week/month) & bike hangar

Typical car-centric signage - it's still a through route, just not for motor vehicles

One of the signs on the back of this lorry says: "Blind spot take care" which is a bit better than the usual attacks on cyclists or pedestrians.

Regents Park - stll anti-cycling.

New cycleway arrangement explained by signage

Signage advising new cycleway trial

Both temporary and permanent No Entry Except Cycles signs.

Notice on abandoned bike, London Borough of Camden

Unorthodox signage for Newton Street contraflow lane.

Virgin's Voyager trains now have reserved seats for cyclists in the compartment next to their bikes (I wasn't travelling with my bike but still ended up here - maybe I was somehow tagged as a cyclist from previous journeys? Probably not.)

No Cycling on these paths on Hampstead Heath

No access through Highgate Cemetery

Bikes banned from this (seemingly quiet) London bus lane - why haven't we heard of any protests?

And will pedestrians keep off the cycle path?

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

A line of London buses all with new Cyclists Stay Back stickers

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?

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

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

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

The sign in the background is correct - the dead end sign should have an Except Cyclists plate attached.

No entry except cycles needed here.

Unofficial warning sign? 🚲 Cyclists beware traffic crossing on green!

Cycles and taxis are permitted southbound on Pancras Road, but the 'except cycles' panel seems to be missing.

Platform 9 3/4 at the new Kings Cross station, and it's in the right place now between platforms 8 and 9 Location: King's Cross, London (England, United Kingdom)

No cycling on Primrose Hill - though the route ahead would be an ideal alternative to Prince Albert Road.

No cycling on Primrose Hill - though the route ahead would be an ideal alternative to Prince Albert Road.

Bike racks are provided further down.

PRIVATE PROPERTY Do not lock bicycles to these railings There are some decent cycle racks a little further down the road.

Sign requesting bikes not to be attached to these railings, but good cycle parking is nearby, see #35381.

'No entry except pedal cycles'

Cul-de-sac Except cycles.

In the Netherlands, Switzerland or Germany (see my photos) the plaza in front of a major station is covered with cycle parking. In the UK we may get a little bit, but only as an afterthought.

No cycling in St George's Gardens.

Steps and no-cycling signs in St Pancras Old Churchyard - a shame, as this would be a useful link.

No cycling - of course.

No cycling on Woburn Walk

No Cycling anywhere in Kings Cross

Start of cycle route on Hampstead Heath

This stop sign in Regents Park has been 'modified'. The small text says 'Start walking, bicycling, using public transport'. Let's hope to see more of these!

Cycle bypass lane for a cycle contraflow on a one way street at Lambs Conduit in London

Cyclists are supposed to go around three sides of Russell Square (often ignored, naturally).

No Pedestrians ?? Are they dreaming? (St Pancras International)

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