Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by DRM, 28 Apr 2018.
Not a roadsign, but
It's on a National Cycle Route!
Someone should tell the badgers!
They are probably set in their ways.
Strange everywhere else but Melbourne:
Disclaimer: I linked to an image from this site, which contains many more amusing examples of Australian road signs:
London examples of that sign are discussed in https://www.cyclechat.net/threads/tfl-two-stage-right-turn.186096/
I understand it used to be common practice in NZ for all traffic but I can't remember if their latest highway code equivalent phased it out.
Isn't that due to the trams in Melbourne?
How many people actually need to recycle their local Baptist Chapel?
If you're ever stuck for somewhere to go, or uncertain which way to go, ones like this are handy.
I recognise that one, I was born in Glaisdale, where the other bit of the sign is pointing.
On Sunday, I rode past the signs visible in this picture: the bottom sign pointing left is National Route 11 to King's Lynn, but the top sign pointing ahead right (as that's how they position them) is a French-style one to Civray. Sadly it's a one-off and the signs do not continue any further along the route!
© Keith Evans, cc-by-sa.
“If I wanted to go there I wouldn’t start from here”
is that Ballyvaughan ? I don’t recall the sign but the distances seem consistent. fantastic part of the world but you don’t have to spend a long time there to realise Father Ted isn’t a sitcom but a fly-on-the-wall documentary
...it's a long, long way from there to here. And gets further day by day....
Cafe to the right of the sign.
Nice place for cycling though.
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