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Signs on Uig-Staffin road

On the pass on the Quairing road between Uig & Staffin on Skye

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 02, 2008 by Tom
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M40

The M40 drops down from the Chilterns by a rather more direct route than the A40. This didn't seem to cause the outcry in the early 70's, that M3 Twyford Down did in the early 90's. Changing times.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 26, 2008 by SteveA30
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Bwlch y Groes, mid-West Wales

SH914228 on the Gwynedd/Powys boundary.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 21, 2009 by nowster
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Heading southbound through the Stokenchurch cutting. The weather on the other side can be something completely different.
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M50 ( eastbound )

back on the M50 & come to this. luckerly today there wasnt any rocks in the way

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 16, 2006 by andy31m
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A4 Portway

Looking very Alpine in character, with the Avalanche shelter underneath the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Unfortunately, the reflection of the car's mascot is also visible but oh well!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 08, 2007 by Bryn666
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Pre-Worboys falling rock sign on B866, north of Colintrave
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Fallen sign for fallen rock!

I posted a pic of this lovely old sign on here a couple of years ago (Sep 07) (near Colintraive on B866). I was along the same road today (May 09) and since the last pic, the pole has rusted around the sign bands to such a degree that it could no longer support the sign at the right height, so it has slid down the pole as you can see here.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 05, 2009 by leopard680
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Beware of Fallen Rock

This faded pre-Worboys sign is on the B866 on the west side of the Cowal peninsula, at Caol Ruadh

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 21, 2007 by leopard680
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The A82 at Inveruglas - the 'falling rocks' sign seems to be back to front as Loch Lomond is on the right for the next 9 miles!
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Falling rock sign in northwestern New Mexico, using a symbol design unapproved by FHWA, photographed in the winter of 2000-01: this was later photoshopped into a widely circulated 'Beware of Loch Ness Monster' warning sign photo
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Warning sign on the A83 east of Dunoon Road End
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Falling Rocks sign at Inveruglas on the A82 - Loch Lomond is on the right for the next 9 miles though...
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Three very old signs at the top of the Quiraing, Isle Of Skye.
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TSRGD diagram 559 - Risk of falling or fallen rocks ahead

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.
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Risk of falling or fallen rocks for 16 miles warning on A87 in Broadford
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Falling/fallen rocks warning with flashing lights to indicate higher risks of landslips on A83 at Ardgarten.
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Risk Of Falling Or Fallen Rocks Ahead
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Head of the Connor Pass The final kilometre of the Connor Pass road up to the summit from the north is very narrow and dramatically carved out of the mountainside.
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TSRGD diagram 559R - Risk of falling or fallen rocks ahead

<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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TSRGD diagram 559R- Risk of falling or fallen rocks ahead (reversed)

<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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