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A panoramic view of the A542 at Horseshoe Pass.

Variable sign for Horseshoe Pass at the A5104-A542 junction - Coppermine - 21236.jpg
Variable sign for Horseshoe Pass at the A5104-A542 junction

Just a sign which says that the Horseshoe Pass is 4 miles away. In inclement weather, it probably tells you how wonderful the roads through Corwen are.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 21, 2009 by kieron
Fixed sign for Horseshoe Pass at the A5104-A542 junction - Coppermine - 21235.jpg
Fixed sign for Horseshoe Pass at the A5104-A542 junction

Just a sign which says that the Horseshoe Pass is 1 1/2 miles away.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 21, 2009 by kieron
Looking North along A542 - Geograph - 1731910.jpg
Looking North along A542
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.
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The bridge carrying the A542 over the River Dee in Llangollen, taken from across the station for the Llangollen Steam Railway.
Back down the Pass - Geograph - 4335009.jpg
Back down the Pass A winter scene looking down the Horseshoe pass, often blocked by snow at this time
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Horseshoe Pass heading towards Llangollen in the snow
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Horseshoe Pass in the snow - footpaths to the left (down) and right (up)
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Horseshoe Pass
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Cattle grid sign south of Horseshoe Pass
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Horseshoe Pass heading towards Llangollen
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Horseshoe Pass - southern end

 

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