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Photo listing: general sign/notices (infrastructure)

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

Shared use cycleway at Queen’s Park, Hinckley.

Ford - be careful

I thought the covert CCTV warning was about cycling, but it is about dog poop.

The big black sign can light up to read: OVERNIGHT VEHICLE DIVERSION <------ USE A5

No golfing on Clarendon Park

A long faded no cycling sign

Clarendon Park

Approaching Higham on the Hill.

This no cycling sign is probably one reason why this cut through has no dropped kerb.

"Please pass wide & slow" Its so sad that we have to spell this out these days.

It seems the funeral services in Hinckley are in 'stiff' competition - this one offers a 'no compromise' deal, and I couldn't believe the advertising I saw for another one in the local paper that read "We put the fun in funeral". I digress … [more]

No cycling in this park near the borough offices.

A map of the central area of Hinckley.

As a child learning to cycle it was irresistable to ride down this steepish jitty and so much fun.

The advice to Horseriders to dismount here is probably sensible!

No-Entry signs from which the "Except Cycles" panels have now been removed.

Published: letter in Hinckley Times pleading not to introduce cycling ban like the one in Cambridge. Its got worse since, see #25669.

Entry into Hinckley's Pedestrian Zone does not prohibit cycling, but in the distance "No Cycling" signs have appeared underneath the One Way arrows. But see #19622. See also #25669.

Hinckley's "Pedestrian Zone" permits buses and cycles.

The no-cycling sign here seems to be totally mean-spirited here. This connecting route is amply wide enough for cycling, and is used by motor vehicles for access and parking. Still it is a nice play area for children, who inevitably cycle … [more]

Although marked No Cycling, this jitty is a really useful short cut to Leicester Road.

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