Old sign found in Nottingham carparkOriginally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 08, 2006 by James
Churchyard Row, Newington (C) Stephen Craven This street takes its name from the closed churchyard opposite <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2853471'>TQ3178 : Diverging paths</a>. This photo shows the old and new houses on opposite sides of Brook Drive, and the markings for Cycle Superhighway 7 that passes this way.
Flats and shops, north end of Summer Lane B19 On the left is the junction with Geach Street and an unidentified place of worship. Beyond it is the junction with Porchester Street where Summer Lane becomes Alma Street.
St Barnabas Road, Leicester
Ten Mile Bank Heading north east beside the River Great Ouse.
Black Bank Road View SW along Black Bank Road from just inside the grid square.
The bumpy road sign is a bit superfluous as most roads in the area suffer from undulations due to subsidence.
Sleeved 6m concrete column with a WRTL Iris (fluorescent) lantern and a road-hump sign. This is in Featherstone, Staffordshire.