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Photo listing : cycleways

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Need a cycle path from armarthen all the way to st clears. this part of road is dangerous for cyclists

Need a cycle path from armarthen all the way to st clears. this part of road is dangerous for cyclists

Need a cycle path from carmarthen all the way to st clears. this part of road is dangerous for cyclists

A cycle crossing and cycle lane are desperately needed on this dangerous section of the A40

Better signage needed here

As I suggested (#88544) there's a proper cycle route here now.

Bynea bridge, taking NCN route 4 across the A484 and the main South Wales railway line.

NCN route 4 turns right here

NCN route 4 turns right here - ahead is a link to Bynea village

This would be ideal as a link to NCN route 47

Alley behind the Probation Service, Llanelli

Cycle crossing of the main road through central Llanelli

This path now seems to be designated as a cycleway

Link to cycle crossing in central Llanelli

NCN route 4, Pembrey

Ramp to NCN route 4, Pembrey

NCN route 4 in Pembrey

Link to NCN route 4 in Pembrey

The more adventurous option on NCN route 4 towards Kidwelly

The more adventurous option on NCN route 4 towards Kidwelly

The more adventurous option on NCN route 4 towards Kidwelly (under the railway)

The more adventurous option on NCN route 4 towards Kidwelly

Two options for NCN route 4 towards Kidwelly

NCN route 4 turns right and crosses the A484 for the shared-use footway to Kidwelly

Shared-use path by the A40

Shared-use path by the A40

Shared-use path crossing the A40

Shared-use path by the A40

Shared-use path by the A40

Old road replaced by the A477 Llanddowror bypass

Shared-use path by the A477 Llanddowror bypass

Start of shared-use path by the A477 Llanddowror bypass

NCN route 4 alongside the A40

NCN route 4 (supposedly) alongside the A40

NCN route 4 turning right alongside the A40

NCN route 4 presumably on the old A40

NCN route 4 (supposedly) alongside the A40

Long right-turn lane for cycles

Cut-through in Carmarthen

Carmarthen market

Cut-through in Carmarthen

Jackson's Lane, Carmarthen

Link to central Carmarthen

Link to NCN47 through the arch

I'm not sure how far this de facto shared-use path continues from Carmarthen hospital

Link to NCN route 47, Carmarthen

NCN route 47 beside the A40, Carmarthen

NCN route 47 beside the A40, Carmarthen

Link to NCN route 47, Carmarthen

NCN route 47 beside the A40, Carmarthen

Cycleway taking a brief diversion away from the A40

Muddy bridleway between Dylan Thomas's grave and the Boat House, his best-known home.

Muddy bridleway between Dylan Thomas's grave and the Boat House, his best-known home.

Bridge to Carmarthen station on NCN routes 4 and 47

Mystery cycle trail off NCN route 4 (and the Welsh Coast Path)

NCN route 4 (and the Welsh Coast Path) at North Dock, Llanelli

NCN route 4 (and the Welsh Coast Path) skirting Llanelli

NCN route 4 (and the Welsh Coast Path) skirting Llanelli

NCN route 4 (and the Welsh Coast Path) leaving Llanelli

Gravel track, fine on a hybrid not so much on a road bike

Simple bollards at this end, despite A gates on other parts of the path

Lighting on the excellent 'secret' cycle route from Johnstown to Carmarthen.

Excellent 'secret' route from Johnston to Carnarthen

The Myrddin (Merlin) cycle route and NCN 4 heading south from Carmarthen.

Crossing to join the Myrddin (Merlin) cycle route and NCN 4 approaching Carmarthen from the south.

Myrddin (Merlin) cycle route and NCN 4 approaching Carmarthen from the south.

NCN route 4 leaving Kidwelly

Barrier on NCN route 4 entering Kidwelly

Shared-use route on very narrow footway - absurd token provision for NCN route 4, cyclists are much better off staying on the road here.

Shared-use cycle route crossing from one very narrow footway to another - clearly done on the cheap.

Shared-use cycle route crosses car turning area and continues on the far side - clearly done on the cheap.

Access to cycle route on former railway, Kidwelly

Cycle track on former railway, Kidwelly

NCN route 47 around the perimeter of the National Botanic Garden of Wales

Start of the Derwen mountain-bike trail in Brechfa Forest

To the right, access to Llansteffan castle, ahead, the Welsh Coastal path (no cycling), to the left, access to the beach

Access to Llansteffan Castle

Cycle bridge to Carmarthen station

Cycle bridge to Carmarthen station

Modern sculpture on the riverside NCN route 4 in Carmarthen

NCN route 4 leading into Carmarthen

NCN route 4 weaving out of Carmarthen

Crossing on NCN route 4

Crossing on NCN route 4

Awful crossing of the A4242 on NCN route 4 in Carmarthen - from the station, to the right, cyclists have to cross to the central reservation then somehow ride against the traffic to reach the dropped kerb and then turn right to get back to ... [more]

Awful crossing of the A4242 on NCN route 4 in Carmarthen

Modern sculpture on NCN route 4 in Carmarthen

Awkward car-trap plates across NCN 4

NCN route 4 in the Millennium Coastal Park

View of estuary from cycle path in Pwll

Bridge alongside the A40 entering Llandovery.

Cut-through from Castle St to Llandovery castle and main car park

Cut-through from Castle St to Llandovery castle and main car park.

Cut-through in Llandovery - a dropped kerb would help.

Cut-through in Llandovery

The King's Bridge, Llandeilo - narrow, but could this be a safe route to the Ffairfach school?

Cycle bypass at roundabout, Llanelli.

Bridge to new office development at North Dock, Llanelli.

Presumably NCN route 4 crosses the road towards the cycle parking, but it's not clear.

Pedestrian path crossing cycle track (NCN route 4) at North Dock, Llanelli, then crossing back again on the far side of the bridge!

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