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NCN route 4 runs right through this car park.

NCN route 4 turns left here towards the Thames towpath

Cut-through (no cycling) by the River Wey, Weybridge

NCN route 4 turns left here towards the Thames towpath

NCN route 4 turns left ahead.

Cycleway along the A317, Walton on Thames (give way markings at a dead-end stub of road...)

Cycleway along the A317, Walton on Thames

Crossings at A244/A317 junction

Shared-use cycle route along the A244

Cycle route off the A244, Walton on Thames

Awful potholes in Walton on Thames

New Cycle Hub at Walton on Thames station - double-deck racks, air, bike tools and screens with live train times and a 12-hour weather forecast.

There's lots of new cycle parking at Walton-on-Thames station.

There's lots of new cycle parking at Walton-on-Thames station, including these seemingly unused ones inside the gated area.

This is not the cycle route - NCN route 4 follows the road to the right.

This is not the cycle route - NCN route 4 follows the road to the right.

Bikes at a popular café by the Thames Path (NCN4)

Barrier on the Thames Path (NCN route 4) in East Molesey

Tempted to get some top trumps made. http://t.co/63p87CYMIg (Ed: not exactly this junction of the A3 but somewhere similar.)

Link to Hersham station

Track (that doesn't appear on OpenCycleMap) from Hersham station

Cycle stands in car park near Hersham station

Track (that doesn't appear on OpenCycleMap) to Hersham station

Sign to Hersham station

Sign to Hersham station facing exactly the wrong way - but why would the sign be on that side of that road?

Lots of private roads in Walton on Thames (and Weybridge) - cycling is permitted, but not encouraged.

Lots of private roads in Walton on Thames (and Weybridge) - cycling is permitted, but not encouraged.

Lots of private roads in Walton on Thames (and Weybridge) - cycling is permitted, but not encouraged.

NHS surgery - plenty of car parking, no sign of cycle parking, although there's plenty of space near the entrance.

Cycle track past roundabouts, but no proper link to the closed-off roads to the left.

Cycle parking at the Elmbridge Community Hub (also handy for the cinema)

Astonishingly bad junction at the north end of the new Walton Bridge - no pedestrian crossings at all, let alone Toucans.

Bridleway link below the new Walton bridge, ending at a narrow paved footpath.

Bridleway link below the new Walton bridge - temporarily closed due to some minor dampness at the bottom.

Bridleway link below the new Walton bridge - temporarily closed due to some minor dampness at the bottom.

Three lanes of motor traffic after the new Walton Bridge, but in peak hours it's jammed up by cars queueing to turn right.

The old Walton Bridge, now a shared-use cycleway.

Bizarre set-up below the new Walton Bridge with separate bridleway and shared-use cycleway.

Shared-use path towards Walton Bridge and new bridleway to the left.

Shared-use paths on both sides of the road towards the new Walton bridge

Limited cycle and disabled parking at Walton Community Hospital - but there's a large car park behind and plenty of on-street parking too.

Cycle stands and hand rails at Walton Health Centre

Inaccessible bus stop, no dropped kerb to reach the pathways.

Permeability in the Cromwell Road area of Walton-on-Thames

Paths and crossing to shop (with two cycle stands outside) in the Cromwell Road area of Walton-on-Thames

Permeability in the Cromwell Road area of Walton-on-Thames

We are strongly discouraged from cutting through the many private estates in Walton-on-Thames (and Weybridge).

Route from central Walton-on-Thames to Elm Grove Park

Route from Elm Grove Park to central Walton-on-Thames

Barrier on path between allotments and park, Walton-on-Thames - no problem for a Brompton, but really this should be widened slightly to become a decent cycle route.

Barrier on path between allotments and park, Walton-on-Thames

Path between allotments and park, Walton-on-Thames

Bicycle cafe http://www.girocycles.com/pages/cafe

Approaching cycle lane

One cycle lane actually starts at the exit for the NE exits (marked on image from Google Earth) but otherwise lanes before or after the approaches and exits on the W, N and NE arms stop well before the roundabout, so there is no infrastruct ... [more]

January 2014 - totally flooded Thames towpath

Cycle route from the new Walton bridge - leading to a busy road junction with absolutely no crossing facilities for pedestrians or cyclists

Cycle access to the new Walton bridge

Using National route 4, Old Shepperton - River Wey crossing

I guess this has been installed for the London Olympics isn't it cool?

NCN route 4 by the Thames in East Molesey

NCN route 4 by the Thames in East Molesey

NCN route 4 by the Thames in East Molesey

NCN route 4 by the Thames - after westbound cyclists have supposedly crossed the road twice.

Saturday morning is café time in Hampton Court - lots of cycle parking needed (these bikes are all leaning on bollards).

Saturday morning is café time in Hampton Court - lots of cycle parking needed (these bikes are all leaning on bollards).

For NCN4 turn right here before the roundabout and proceed on the footway to the right hand side of the main road.

This path off of Portmore Park road leads to Weybridge High Street about 1 minute's ride away.

Portmore Park pillars mark the entrance to Portmore Park Road

NCN4 turns right into Portmore Park Road here.

NCN4 travelling south along Thames Street, just before the Minnow public house.

At the end of the path along the Thames NCN4 enters the car park.

NCN4 leaves Thames Street here, goes through the car park and continues on a path alongside the river Thames.

Thames Street, northbound, NCN 4 leads to the towpath on the Thames

Cycle parking on the London-bound platform at Walton on Thames.

New cycle parking and ramp (not that there was anything wrong with the old ramp) at Walton on Thames station.

Signage (and fancy gate) on the Thames-side NCN route 4 in Weybridge.

No convenience for cyclists on this path.

NCN route 4 heading east from Weybridge

Path around Desborough Island (man-made)

No access to D'Oyly Carte Island, Weybridge

Cycle route along the Devereux Cut, Walton on Thames

St George's Hill, Walton-on-Thames - one of the first gated communities, now home to Russian oligarchs who certainly don't want cyclists passing through.

Painshill Park - the only cycle parking would be on the barriers to the right.

Cycle route north from Bookham Commons passing under the railway and M25.

Cycle parking well placed between the main A3050 and the entry to Tesco Hurst Park (Molesey) - though the stands look good but don't support bikes properly.

The Thames cycle route (NCN 4) on a shared-use footway on the west side of Hampton Court Bridge

The Thames cycle route (NCN 4) heading west from Hampton Court Bridge - with no provision for cyclists to reach the other side of the road.

Convertible space in South West Trains Desiro trains

Ticket barriers are being installed at Walton-on-Thames station - so the first priority is to introduce pointless restrictions on cyclists.

East Street Cycles, Walton on Thames

Bridge Road, Weybridge

Painted lines are needed to stop cars blocking access to the dropped kerb.

Path parallel to the railway west of Walton-on-Thames station

New access ramp (and Sheffield stands) on westbound platform, Walton on Thames station. (There's always been level access to the eastbound platform.)

New Sheffield stands opposite the new entry to the westbound side of Walton on Thames station

It wouldn't take much work, beyond a couple of dropped kerbs, for this direct route to Walton upon Thames station to be cycleable.

After three months work, Elmbridge Council is still installing cycle-crushing barriers!

Lots of private roads in Walton on Thames - cycling is permitted, but you often have to go around the barriers on the footway.

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