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Road Maintenance
 
 
WDM Ltd Road Assessment Vehicle - Coppermine - 12874.jpg
WDM Ltd Road Assessment Vehicle Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 15, 2007 by J--M--B
WDM Ltd Road Assessment Vehicle - Coppermine - 12873.jpg
WDM Ltd Road Assessment Vehicle Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 15, 2007 by J--M--B
WDM Ltd Road Assessment Vehicle - Coppermine - 12875.jpg
WDM Ltd Road Assessment Vehicle Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 15, 2007 by J--M--B
1950 Kenyon advert - Coppermine - 10030.jpg
1950 Kenyon advert

Kenyon's made paraffin road warning lamps as you can see here.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 27, 2007 by Mikeya
I think they noticed me... - Coppermine - 6199.JPG
I think they noticed me...

.... and moved the van. :(

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 01, 2006 by BigToe
Keep right arrow in front of parked van. - Coppermine - 6195.JPG
Keep right arrow in front of parked van.

... but it seems they have other ideas on where to stick the sign.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 01, 2006 by BigToe
Roadworks - Coppermine - 6198.JPG
Roadworks

That goes into the road a bit... shouldn't there be a keep right sign?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 01, 2006 by BigToe
D A3 Roadworks - Coppermine - 6959.jpg
D A3 Roadworks

Roadworks on the A3 in Germany just south of Cologne. Yellow markings are used to indicate 'temporary' (these are red in other countries, such as Austria).

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 27, 2006 by IJP1
The Mountain Road is Closed (C) Andy Stephenson - Geograph - 1654854.jpg
The Mountain Road is Closed (C) Andy Stephenson
The scene on the TT course, looking back from the Creg ny Baa.
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Cones hotline

Typical, loads of cones and no-one working. Looking west towards Lulworth and Portland, along the South West Coast Path.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 11, 2008 by SteveA30
Driving on the railway line (C) John Allan - Geograph - 2902082.jpg
Driving on the railway line (C) John Allan
A section of the railway on the south shore of Loch Carron put to use as a temporary way for road vehicles during the long closure of the A890. The road was blocked by a landslide in December 2011 resulting in a diversion of some 140 miles.

A relief ferry <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2812302'>NG8635 : Ferry, Strome Ferry</a> was used to relieve the situation for a while until the railway was prepared to take traffic for short periods during the day.
Some of the work to try to stabilise the cliffs can be seen on the left of the picture.

The road is expected to reopen towards the end of April 2012.
M74 Concrete barrier slipform.jpg
Slip forming machine constructing a concrete step barrier on the M74 Completion project, near junction 2A.
M74 Concrete barrier slipform 2.jpg
Slip forming machine constructing a concrete step barrier on the M74 Completion project, near junction 2A.
M74 Concrete barrier slipform 3.jpg
Slip forming machine constructing a concrete step barrier on the M74 Completion project, near junction 2A.
M74 Construction Rutherglen.jpg
M74 Completion project under construction, looking East at junction 2 at Rutherglen.
C--fakepath-Coverack roadworks.jpg
Following the rapid replacement of the carriageway following the flash-flood in Coverack in July 2017, there remained remedial works requiring these temporary traffic lights.