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The line to Tralee - Geograph - 4910330.jpg
The line to Tralee The railway to Tralee crosses the R876 Park Road, Killarney.
Kilfenora railway bridge - Geograph - 500672.jpg
Kilfenora railway bridge The bridge carried the now defunct former Great Southern and Western Railway line from Tralee to Fenit over the road. One of the features shown on the Ordnance Survey of Ireland 1:50,000 scale maps, that does not appear on the British equivalent, is bridge clearance heights. Here the sign board states 12 feet 7 inches which agrees exactly with the 3.84 metres on the map.
Derrylusk Bridge, Derrylusk, Co. Limerick - Geograph - 3470750.jpg
Derrylusk Bridge, Derrylusk, Co. Limerick This is a railway bridge carrying the single track Ballybrophy to Limerick railway line. The bridge crosses over the R525 road. 3470756.
Quartertown Railway Bridge - Geograph - 562920.jpg
Bridge carrying the Mallow to Cork railway over the R620 at Quartertown
20151110-0818- Imperial Sign with no inches 51.4158837N 0.7482222W.jpg
Imperial only height restriction sign with no inches.
Road Junction on the B754 (near Gowkthrapple) - Geograph - 1164608.jpg
Road Junction on the B754 (near Gowkthrapple)
Shore Street Railway Bridge, Inverness - Coppermine - 6913.jpg
Shore Street Railway Bridge, Inverness

The supposedly temporary replacement bridge deck, as repaired after a vehicle strike in 2003.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 23, 2006 by Glen
Low railway bridge, B1078 at Needham Market - Geograph - 653828.jpg
Low railway bridge, B1078 at Needham Market
Oh deer. - Coppermine - 12042.jpg
Oh deer.

Now the reindeer can cross without fear. There were also many caterpillar, crossing west to east. Presumably, they will enjoy a population boom this summer, as there survival rate has increased about 99%. That should upset the ecological balance around these parts! This is an environmentally friendly road now.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 21, 2007 by SteveA30
A30 May 1995 - Coppermine - 11679.jpg
A30 May 1995

Looking west at the Iron Bridge under the Waterloo- Exeter line. One of 2 Iron Bridge bottlenecks on the road to the West, the other one at Goss Moor, has just been bypassed as well, on May 10 2007. This one became a backwater on Feb 9 2000.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 12, 2007 by SteveA30
A82-crianlarich2.jpg
Looking south along the A82 at Crianlarich
A354 - Coppermine - 23301.jpg
A354

Climbing out under then, over the railway, via the hairpin. The faded old sign ekes out its last few months of existence.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 10, 2009 by SteveA30
Imperial only on this side....... - Coppermine - 10840.JPG
Imperial only on this side....... Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 24, 2007 by murphaph
Isolated height restriction sign - Coppermine - 21495.jpeg
Isolated height restriction sign

This sign prevents vehicles higher than 13'6' from approaching a railway bridge on Shotton Lane between Ewloe and Shotton. A lorry would be unable to turn around between here and a farm driveway several hundred yards behind me, so is not much of a warning. The whole thing is S1 with a weight restriction (the tarmac in the far right is a passing place), so lorries are likely to be fortunately rare.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 25, 2009 by kieron
Low tree - Coppermine - 9505.jpg
Low tree

Actually the first sign for the railway bridge.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 10, 2006 by kieron
Rotherhithe Tunnel - Coppermine - 2210.JPG
Rotherhithe Tunnel

An interesting collection of prohibition notices

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 12, 2005 by t1(M)
A814-bowling2.jpg
The A814, former A82, passing through Bowling, and under a former railway line!
A822 Dunkeld railway bridge.jpg
Railway bridge over the A822 near its junction with the A9 at Dunkeld, the road was widened and bridge clearance increased in 2011 to allow access for deliveries to a windfarm being constructed near Aberfeldy.
20151110-1533 - Non standard gantrry 51.416204N 0.7469267W.jpg
Non standard gantry in Bracknell. Interestingly this horribleness replaces a much more readable gantry, as can still be seen on Google Street View: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.416204,-0.7469267,3a,75y,191.68h,87.59t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1soInuYhOPz69T8zcEp8kCfQ!2e0!5s20140501T000000!7i13312!8i6656
TSRGD 629.2.jpg
TSRGD diagram 629.2 - Height Restriction

<small>Traffic signs are Crown copyright. They are part of legislation (Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002, often referred to as TSRGD). The numbers in the image filenames relate to the TSRGD numbering.

You may reproduce traffic signs free of charge and without having to seek permission, but you must reproduce them accurately and not in a misleading context (e.g. not on roadside billboards where they could mislead drivers). You should also include a statement that these images are Crown copyright.

Please also read the fuller conditions for Open Government Licence. </small>
TSRGD 629.2A.jpg
TSRGD diagram 629.2A - Height Restriction

<small>Traffic signs are Crown copyright. They are part of legislation (Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002, often referred to as TSRGD). The numbers in the image filenames relate to the TSRGD numbering.

You may reproduce traffic signs free of charge and without having to seek permission, but you must reproduce them accurately and not in a misleading context (e.g. not on roadside billboards where they could mislead drivers). You should also include a statement that these images are Crown copyright.

Please also read the fuller conditions for Open Government Licence. </small>
The road to Dorrington across Dorrington Fen - Geograph - 3505637.jpg
The road to Dorrington across Dorrington Fen The low bridge is the railway bridge on the way into Dorrington.

 

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