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A5104 towards Corwen - Geograph - 356525.jpg
A5104 towards Corwen
A5104 patched sign - Coppermine - 22277.jpg
A5104 patched sign

Note the use of both black and blue borders on the large sign. Note also that they still use 4 signs, even with white panels.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 29, 2009 by kieron
A5104 sign in Saltney (ECU) - Coppermine - 19730.jpg
A5104 sign in Saltney (ECU)

A close-up of the A5104 sign at http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/gallery/albums/userpics/10637/normal_A5104_Saltney_Signpost.jpg to show the numbers more clearly.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 22, 2008 by kieron
Looking back over the moors to Rhydtalog - Geograph - 1718588.jpg
Looking back over the moors to Rhydtalog
A5104 sign in Saltney - Coppermine - 14264.jpg
A5104 sign in Saltney

A sign on the A5104 in Saltney, which should really (a) be white, and (b) have the rest of the A549 patch removed from it.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 26, 2007 by kieron

This has been replaced by an idencical sign in green - C2r , December 2015
Yellow stop sign - Coppermine - 10745.jpeg
Yellow stop sign

A stop sign with a yellow border at the end of the A5104.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 20, 2007 by kieron
A494 stop sign at A5104.jpeg
Part of the A494/A5104 junction at Corwen, highlighting the stop sign with its yellow backing board.
A5104 sign in Saltney.jpeg
A sign on the A5104 in Saltney (zoomed out). Apart from anything else, I wonder whose land it's on.
A5104 A55 A55 to E.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the A55 ends of the new slip roads. Both have hard shoulders, which I imagine goes some way to explain the size of the work area.
A5104 A55 A55 to W.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This is a view of the A55 to the west of the bridge (a view which hasn't been changed).
A5104 A55 abandoned sign.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This just shows a diversion sign left behind by the workmen.
A5104 A55 bridge.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the view over the bridge. The road's a bit narrower, and the pavement a bit wider, the studs are in a different place and the centre line is solid.
A5104 A55 EB off close.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the top of the new A55 off slip. It's hard to get a good picture of it because of the slope, but this is the start of the 2 lane section.
A5104 A55 Lesters S2.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the new S2 bit of Lesters Lane. Yes, it is quite bendy. And no, I don't know why there's a huge pile of gravel in that field, although it's been there all year.
A5104 A55 S rbt f A5104S.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank)

This shows the approach to the roundabout from the southern A5104. None of the signs I've seen suggest that there could be more than one roundabout here.

I don't know why there's a stripy pole there.
A5104 A55 slip road Chester.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the top of the new on slip, complete with hard shoulder. In addition, you no longer need to go all the way to Llandegla to find the way to Caer. This is the only sign here which tells you, though.
A5104 A55 WB off.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the realigned off slip. It has a bit of a curve, but it doesn't look too bad as a roundabout approach.
A5104 A55 WB on close.jpeg
New A55/A5104 junction (Warren Bank) This shows the realigned on slip, complete with sharp bend. At least they didn't have to rebuild this slip road.
Prism sign at A542-A5104 junction - Ice for 8 miles.jpeg
This is one of the faces of the prism sign at the A542/A5104 roundabout outside Llandegla. Unfortunately, the plate neglects to mention whether the issue is one of ice or snow drifts.
Saltney 3.jpeg
A route confirmation sign on the A5104 near the A55 flyover. From here, it is 3 miles to Saltney.
Saltney 4.jpeg
A route confirmation sign on the A5104 near the A55 flyover. From here, it is 4 miles to Saltney.
Clearway.jpeg
A pair of clearway signs in Llandegla (the clearway lasts until Rhydtalog, the next village along), with different language orders. The most charitable explanation is that one of the signs was erected by (English first) Clwyd CC, the other by (Welsh first) Denbighshire CC.
Overleigh Roundabout and Hough Green - Geograph - 1654201.jpg
Overleigh Roundabout and Hough Green
A55 - the new A5104 junction - Geograph - 2251428.jpg
Warren Interchange on the A55

 

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