National Cycle Network Route 2 :: Shared Description

National Route 2 will link Dover with St. Austell when complete via the south coast of England and is sometimes referred to as the South Coast Cycle Route.
The route is only fully open, at present, and signed between Dover and Brighton, but is still under development between Brighton and St. Austell.
by N Chadwick
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SY8089 : And the exact location is.. by E Gammie
TQ6806 : National Cycle Route 2 by N Chadwick
SX9782 : Church Rd by N Chadwick
SX4954 : National Cycle Network Route 2 by N Chadwick
SY5090 : Bredy Lane by N Chadwick
SU8602 : National Cycle Route 2 & the Chichester Canal by N Chadwick
TQ5206 : Lane below the East Coastway Line near Berwick by N Chadwick
TR2939 : Cyclepath and bridlepath past Round Down by David Anstiss
TR1834 : National Cycle Route 2 by N Chadwick
TR2235 : National Cycle Route 2 by N Chadwick
TR2638 : National Network Cyclepath 2 to New Dover Road by David Anstiss
SU8602 : National Cycle Route 2 by the Chichester Canal by N Chadwick
TQ9119 : National Cycle Route 2 below Cadborough Cliff by N Chadwick
TQ9120 : National Cycle Route 2 into Rye by N Chadwick
TQ9019 : Gates on the track below Cadborough Cliff (3) by David Anstiss
TR2738 : North Downs Way and National Cycle Network Route 2 to Folkestone by David Anstiss
SX7737 : Lane to East Portlemouth, Vinivers Cross by N Chadwick
TQ6206 : Rickney Lane by N Chadwick
SY9784 : National Cycle Route 2, Wytch Heath by N Chadwick
TQ3103 : National Cycle Network 2 Milepost, King's Road by Oast House Archive
TR0320 : National Cycle Network Route 2 to Lydd by David Anstiss
SU3203 : Cycle track crossroads, New Copse Inclosure by E Gammie
SX9784 : Sign, National Cycle Route 2 by N Chadwick
SX9982 : National Cycleway 2 & East Devon Way separate by N Chadwick
TQ8612 : Battery Hill by N Chadwick

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Created: Wed, 20 Oct 2010, Updated: Sat, 30 May 2015

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