Strange Road Signs

Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by DRM, 28 Apr 2018.

  1. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    Changed hands a few times since
    then.


    Sign in Killaloe, at the bridge had over three dozen locations. Removed as people found it confusing!
     
  2. jack9266

    jack9266 Member

    when i go out for a ride, i always go down a path called 'But hole" lane
     
  3. Rob and Alison

    Rob and Alison Über Member

    Location:
    Caistor, Lincs
    Guess these guys have new townie neighbours?
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  4. YukonBoy

    YukonBoy Extra solar

    Location:
    Ultima Thule
    Ah the difference between American English and the English meaning over here.
     
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  5. Profpointy

    Profpointy Guru

    I belive she did totally mean the English version
     
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  6. mikeymustard

    mikeymustard Veteran

    that's what I thought too!
     
  7. mjr

    mjr Comfy armchair to one person & a plank to the next

    Is this sort of shoot why extending 20mph limits costs so much? The reverse was the same.
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  8. sheddy

    sheddy Guru

    Location:
    Suffolk
    'tis plenty of twenty !
     
  9. andrew_s

    andrew_s Guru

    Location:
    Gloucester
    My first ever cycling tour was a caving trip to Doolin, back around 1980, from Sheffield via the Liverpool - Dublin ferry.
    The others took my caving gear, and most of my other stuff, so I only had to carry day ride stuff and my sleeping gear (hollowfill bag, CCF mat, and an orange plastic survival bag). 5-speed 46 x 14-28, 5mm steel rod rack. The trip out was OK, apart from Winnats being a bit of a struggle, but the return trip was a bit grim - grinding away in bottom gear going down off the Curragh, sliding about across the ferry deck in my survival bag (inside was intolerably full of vomit), and then finding that the normal transpennine rail route was closed due to the weather when I abandoned to Liverpool station (trains still running, but taking the long way round).
    Memories are of a round of drinks being 17 pints of Guinness and a pint of Smithwicks, the barman buying us a free round at the end of the week (O'Connor's), and of a solo Fisherstreet to St Catherines through trip.

    Happy days :smile:
     
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  10. mcshroom

    mcshroom Bionic Subsonic

    Location:
    Egremont, Cumbria
    Are you sure it didn't say "20 zone" on the back? IIRC there's a difference in law between the two. A 20mph limit needs lots of signs, but a 20mph zone only needs signs at the entry and exit.
     
  11. mudsticks

    mudsticks Über Member

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    Beware the wilful chickens...
     
  12. mjr

    mjr Comfy armchair to one person & a plank to the next

    Quite sure. I suspect it's a boundary between two 20mph zones, introduced at different times. I'll update this post if I find the legal orders but I doubt I will.
     
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  13. oldwheels

    oldwheels Veteran

    B634573D-54F3-4D47-A3AF-3A4DC4834554.jpeg Not my best as this is a copy of an old photo probably at least 50 years old. Somewhere near Glasgow I think but I cannot remember exactly. Anybody as old as me in Glasgow area may recognise it.
     
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  14. oldwheels

    oldwheels Veteran

    81A84BEF-F6C6-408D-A32C-20C4D2E78F4F.jpeg This I always read as “ camping compulsory”.
     
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