Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 23, 2007 by A358Tony
Ring Road sign
A ring road sign on the A3015 in Exeter. Exeter doesn't really have a proper ring road - the A3015 is more of a bypass.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 21, 2006 by DavidBrown
Road name sign in Ewloe
A fairly typical (if rather grubby) new-style street name sign from northeast Wales
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 29, 2008 by kieron
No Dogs 1Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 11, 2007 by Bryn666
Cyprus pedestrian subway sign
Hadn't seen one of these before...
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 23, 2008 by IrlRon
Accidental renumbering of the western A2050 branch as 'A2039' on a Canterbury information sign.
Approaching the junction with the N28, which almost immediately joins the N40 Cork South Ring Road
Signage error at the Blackhall Junction in Edinburgh. Queueing in traffic, I thought there was something odd about this sign, and eventually noticed the colour patches are incorrect. The A roads should be signed using yellow on green, but instead are white on green.
This is a typical example of anti-dog fouling signage as erected by Limerick City Council, Ireland. Although there is a lot of text on the sign, it certainly does make one think!
A somewhat local authority sense of humour here but it gets the message across.
An advertising board owned by Autostrade per l'Italia publicising investments made on the network
Information sign in Swansea. The Welsh translation is incorrect, and reads: 'I am not in the office at the moment. Please send any work to be translated'.
Maybe the way in on the right and the way out on the left (right on the side of the driver coming out) would be better.
A temporary sign showing the C201. Pretty self explanitory really.
Road signs along Meetinghouse Street, heading north-east towards Raphoe
Flag sign on the N56 Dunfanaghy. An example of County Donegal's new, clear signage of important L-road junctions.
The N2 at Mullynure, heading north
Some typical signage in Cork, Ireland. Ireland has an unusual mix of US/Australian style diamond shaped signs and UK signage.
Layby and viewpoint on the N86 On the main road from Tralee to Dingle, with a fine view over Tralee Bay with Kerry Head in the distance.