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Manor Lane junction (3) - Coppermine - 13508.jpg
Roundabout at B5125/Manor Lane junction (3)

A picture to illustrate the short 50mph zone around the 2006 roundabout at the B5125/Manor Lane junction. This is just an enlarged part of picture 2, included to highlight the terminal signs.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 28, 2007 by kieron
Manor Lane junction (1) - Coppermine - 13507.jpg
Roundabout at B5125/Manor Lane junction (1)

A picture to illustrate the short 50mph zone around the 2006 roundabout at the B5125/Manor Lane junction.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 28, 2007 by kieron
Manor Lane junction (2) - Coppermine - 13505.jpg
Roundabout at B5125/Manor Lane junction (2)

A picture to illustrate the short 50mph zone around the 2006 roundabout at the B5125/Manor Lane junction.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 28, 2007 by kieron
Near B5125 ex-chicane - Coppermine - 9504.jpg
Near B5125 ex-chicane

Further down Wepre Lane

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 10, 2006 by kieron
Near B5125 ex-chicane - Coppermine - 9503.jpg
Near B5125 ex-chicane

Wepre Lane, the road most of the traffic which uses the B5125 where the chicane was turns into.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 10, 2006 by kieron
Ex-chicane in Northop Hall - Coppermine - 9502.jpg
Ex-chicane in Northop Hall

These markings, and some similar ones on the other side, are all that is left of the chicane that was installed on the B5125 in Northop Hall. There are humps now, which are far less disruptive.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 10, 2006 by kieron
B5125 two way road.jpeg
A 'two way traffic straight ahead' sign on a dual carriageway which ends at a roundabout.
B5125 30 hump.jpeg
A set of road humps as you enter a 30 limit in Northop Hall. These (and three more further on) replace a chicane which was there previously.

 

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