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Description:No entry - can't you read?!

A forest of 'no entry' signs on St Philip's Road, Cambridge (looking W from Thoday St). This is only a small fraction of the total number on this street.

The street is effectively one-way for motor traffic with a cycle contraflow. However, for some reason it isn't explicitly signed as such - it's theoretically two-way between the junctions, hence the need for no-entry signs at each of the junction 'plugs'. Complete waste.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 21, 2006 by Tom
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Road:Cambridge
Date:2006
Photographer:Tom
Source:Coppermine
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Galleries  | Cambridge | Regulatory Sign/No Entry

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