Strange Road Signs

Location
London
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This town only for nice bus stops . . .

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I do like to see a nicely built bus shelter that goes the extra mile. Maybe that makes me look sad but I always think it makes places look civilised/concerned for the wider community. Maybe a separate thread in order. Much used by audaxers of course. I'm not one but I have used one for making an espresso on a night ride.
 
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Nomadski

I Like Bikes
Location
LBS, Usually
looking on the bright side, at least the sign wasn't damaged.
It actually was (look closely at right side of sign). :laugh:
 

Dogtrousers

Kilometre nibbler
I do like to see a nicely built bus shelter that goes the extra mile. Maybe that makes me look sad but I always think it makes places look civilised/concerned for the wider community. Maybe a separate thread in order. Much used by audaxers of course. I'm not one but I have used one for making an espresso on a night ride.
I was eating my sandwiches in a rather nice, recently built, bus shelter in Upchurch in Kent last winter, when a lady came up and said "I hope you are enjoying our bus shelter". I said I was. I was unsure whether she was expressing civic pride or telling me to sling my hook "this is local bus stop for local people". I suspect a bit of both.
 
I was eating my sandwiches in a rather nice, recently built, bus shelter in Upchurch in Kent last winter, when a lady came up and said "I hope you are enjoying our bus shelter". I said I was. I was unsure whether she was expressing civic pride or telling me to sling my hook "this is local bus stop for local people". I suspect a bit of both.
There's a nice one, not too far from me
It's in a 'conservation village', where practically every house of the 40 (or so?) up there is listed, or of architectural/historical importance to some extent!

https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1936820

A building, at random;
http://www.heathresidentsassociation.co.uk/history/lady-bolles-water-tower

http://www.wakefield.gov.uk/Documents/sports-leisure/cycling-walking/heath-common-three-long-walks.pdf#search=heath
 
Off Express Way
Whitwood/Altofts

Leading to LaFarge Concrete & a few private moorings (on Aire & Calder Navigation Canal
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https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3856502
I was along there today, as I'd been to view the progress of a new bridge, being constructed to take a cycleway/footpath/bridleway, over the Castleford - Leeds railway line (the new bridge replaces a demolished one, on another trackbed)

As I popped out, by the LaFarge plant gates, the sign at that end of the access road was blue!!
I didn't think it was that cold today!!

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