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English Tourist Routes

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Tourist Routes in England are a grab-bag of different ideas and notions with no overall vision or concept.

Route From To Length


A1120 Stowmarket Yoxford 26.0 miles View
A5087 Barrow-in-Furness Ulverston 14.0 miles View          

Coastal Routes

Other Routes

One-way routes


Kent has four circular routes [2]:


A lengthy, one-way, scenic route is signed around Central Bedfordshire.


Three one-way scenic drives in the Yorkshire Wolds exist beginning at Beverley, Bridlington and Pocklington. A route existed south of the Humber: from Broughton, the B1207 Ermine Street heading north is signed with a similar sign.


A short 'Scenic Route' is signed around the headland where Falmouth Castle sits.

Leisure Drives

These were especially common around the West Midlands, though most haven't had signage maintained.


Dot to Dot routes

These link sites along a theme.


There are three 'Scenic Road Trails' around Pendle:

English Tourist Routes
English Tourist Routes
NorthHadrians Wall Tourist Trail • Low Furness Coastal Route • Northumberland Coastal Route • Scenic Drive at Beverley • Scenic Drive at Bridlington • Scenic Drive at Pocklington
MidlandsBlack and White Trail • Dudley Tour • Elgar Route • Fosse Way • Herefordshire Cider Route • Staffordshire Parklands Leisure Drive • Teme Valley Leisure Drive • Vale of Trent Leisure Drive
South EastA1120 Tourist Route • Bedfordshire Scenic Route • East Kent Country Tour • Heart of Kent Country Tour • High Weald Country Tour • Romney Marsh & Rye Country Tour • Uttlesford Tourist Route
South WestCotswold Scarp Scenic Route • Jurassic Coast Road • Lands End Tourist Route • Pendennis Point Scenic Route • Porlock Woodland Scenic Toll Road • West Devon Drive • X-Bluebell Driving Route

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