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Something tells me that this is the council boundary.

The path from the end of Annan Drive leading to Drumchapel starts off wide, but gets narrower.

Major utilities work is taking place at either end of Conon Avenue. Although the direct path to Drumchapel appeared to be closed, the footway of Conon Avenue was clear, leading to Annan Drive and its path to Drumchapel.

Major utilities work is taking place at either end of Conon Avenue, but the path next to Colquhoun Park has been kept clear.

The path from Conon Avenue to the Colquhoun Park pavilion. It is possible to access Station Road from the car park to the right.

Bollards in the path on the approach to the connection to Courthill.

A connecting path across to Edgehill Road.

Nearing the top of the hill, and the end of the upgraded section of path. A couple of bollards have been placed in the path next to a path junction.

The section of the path from Stockiemuir Avenue to Drymen Road that has been upgraded. The gradient increase can be seen in the background.

The path to Drymen Road diverges from the Ski Club access.

The path to Stockiemuir Road, and across to the Baljaffray estate, could easily be upgraded for cycling, along with the rest of the route from the Allander Centre.

In common with other signs on this route (see #111996), the eastbound sign at the entrance to Heather Park is for walking and cycling, but the westbound sign is for walking only. However, in this case the remainder of the route to Baljaffra ... [more]

The path from Heather Park to the Craigdhu Wedge and Allander Centre is signposted as a walking and cycling route, even though the first section of path is narrow and muddy (see #111998). The path from the Craigdhu Wedge is signposted as ju ... [more]

The path from Heather Park and Heather Avenue crosses an unusual bridge across a stream to reach the path (to the right) to the Craigdhu Wedge and Allander Centre. A path to Craigdhu Road goes straight ahead over the hill, but didn't look l ... [more]

The path from the Craigdhu Wedge crosses an unusual bridge over a stream to get to Heather Avenue and Heather Park. The path to the right is signposted as a walking route to Craigdhu Road, but see #112000.

The narrow and unsurfaced path from Heather Park towards the Craigdhu Wedge is not particularly suitable for cycling, although it is popular with dog walkers.

A damaged directions sign at the path junction near Cromarty Crescent. The path to the right is unsurfaced.

Signs at the Craigdhu Wedge. Right for walking and cycling to the Allander Centre, left for walking to Stockiemuir Road. Walking times are given.

A sign for the Wester Way alongside Wester Cleddens Road. There aren't any of these signs on the path further south, even though there is now a continuous path from Auchinairn Road to Westerhill Business Park. Some connecting paths have ... [more]

The path alongside the Bishopbriggs side of the canal is quite muddy in places. On the right, a gate across access to the Thomas Muir Trail path across the Bishopbriggs Burn.

If that narrow muddy path is worth signing as a route for people to follow, it is worth rebuilding the path so it isn't narrow and muddy, with added nettles and brambles across it!

Largely pointless gate and step-through bypass.

The path on the opposite side of the canal from NCN754 isn't surfaced, but connects to some houses at Aultbea Street that wouldn't otherwise have direct access along the canal. The path is quite muddy in places, but continues as far as Lamb ... [more]

The path on the opposite side of the canal from NCN754 isn't surfaced, but continues through from Bishopbriggs to Cadder. Nice for a change, but a bit muddy.

The path on the left is useful for getting to the ASDA superstore.

The path will continue further north, but the Wester Cleddens Road toucan crossing could be better aligned with the path.

A direct connection to the main north-south path, without any obstructions (see for contrast #88250). (The top surface has still to be applied to the path in the picture here.)

It's almost as if they don't want people cycling to the main north-south path through the housing development (see for contrast #88251).

New cycle path into housing development from toucan crossing on Auchinairn Road. But that barrier could do with removing.

Wide footway set back from Auchinairn Road, and toucan crossing across to the large new housing development. Those corners could do with rounding off, but perhaps this is intended for cycling.

End of the wide footway alongside Auchinairn Road, within sight of the Standburn Road junction.

The shared-use path from the Allander Leisure Centre to the A81, with a random cobbled part. No dropped kerb at the end. If a bridge under the railway line was provided, this path would connect the Craigdhu Wedge path to the Allander Wal ... [more]

The section of the Allander Way firmly in East Dunbartonshire is somewhat better than the section belonging to Glasgow City Council.

A footway that diverges from the road going into Woodilee development. No indication on whether cycling is permitted on this path. Either way, lampposts are planted within the width of the path, effectively narrowing it.

Junction in path and underpass beneath New Lairdsland Road. Either route will get the user to Industry Street from where the Strathkelvin Railway Path continues, but the route on the left is now more user friendly.

Junction of the Strathkelvin Railway Path and Canal Street (which links to the Forth & Clyde Canal). Signs here show various destinations for each (although walking to Kirkintilloch Town Centre would be quicker along Eastside in the opposit ... [more]

Biked to work today under the @NetworkRailEGIP Lenzie Railway Viaduct. Impressive stone structure despite its age. http://t.co/M7qIKWWVpG

Two out of three paths resurfaced at the Craigdhu Wedge

Fence blocking end of path at Allander Road, forcing cyclists to squeeze through narrow gap to get to dropped kerb and onto road.

Junction on canal path at Bishopbriggs Sports Centre

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