On an unclassified road between Boscastle and Bude in Cornwall
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2007 by Jeni
Two pre-Worboys bollards with complete reflectors still intact
TSRGD diagram 560 - Edge of carriageway or obstruction near the edge
TSRGD diagram 561 - Edge of carriageway or obstruction near that edge
Pre-Worboys fingerpost near Mundole on the A940, next to modern sharp deviation of route warning and junction marker posts.
Chevrons signs on the A9 at Cambusavie in Sutherland.
Junction on bend warning with maximum speed of 30 mph advised on the A82 near Urquhart Castle by Loch Ness
Edge of carriageway marker post on the A87 at Glen Varragill in Skye
The A95 near Maggieknockater in Banffshire
Chevron signs and open box beam barrier with edge of carriageway markers on the A82 at Borlum Farm in Lewsiton, by Loch Ness.
Safety posts and discs in the 1954 Highway Code
Excerpt from 1954 Highway Code which is out of copyright according to Crown copyright.
Safety posts and discs in the 1959 Highway Code
Excerpt from 1959 Highway Code which is out of copyright according to Crown copyright.
Junction marker post on the A830 at its junction with the B8008 at Morar.
Wooden snow poles on the A93 at the Devil's Elbow near Glen Shee.
The recently constructed D2 part of the A9, looking North from the Crubenbeg junction towards the access to Etteridge.
Snow poles can be seen lining both sides and the central reservation of the carriageways.
Amber reflective markers on the central reservation of the A9 at the B9154 junction at Daviot.
ZA GP N4 Pretoria
South African toll road sign at N1/N4 multiplex in Gauteng Province.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 11, 2008 by IJP1
A gantry .. this time at the actual point of intersection - note how gantry splits - one sign for the motorway continuation and the other for the juntion/offramp. So arrows are on opposite ends.Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 12, 2007 by michaelsa
07-01-12 ZA FS N1 Edenburg
South Africa's main roads are a bit of everything - generally single carriageway with hard shoulders and right turns and a 120kph limit, but all variations exist. Much of the N1 in Free State is, as here, single carriageway freeway (there is even a specific sign indicating this).
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 17, 2007 by IJP1
A junction definition post (JDP) in County Kildare