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Classic ford - Coppermine - 23185.jpg
Classic ford

Taken on the 14/09/09 at Eynsford, Kent.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2009 by Halstead
A592 Kirkstone Pass - Coppermine - 17344.JPG
A592 Kirkstone Pass

Top of The Struggle which winds down to Ambleside from near the summit of the Kirkstone Pass. It wasn't that bad.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 23, 2008 by Schult
Narrow bridge sign - Coppermine - 18461.jpeg
Narrow bridge sign

A narrow bridge (between Cilcain and Pantymwyn, I think). I wonder how wide the bridge is if you are driving a tractor...

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 14, 2008 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)
TSRGD 629.jpg
TSRGD diagram 629 - Width 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 629A.jpg
TSRGD diagram 629A - Width restriction (metric and imperial)

<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>

 

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