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1964 Steep hill downwards
Steep Hill into Eskdale - Geograph - 453745.jpg
Steep Hill into Eskdale
Top of road down Hell's Glen - Geograph - 1657365.jpg
Top of road down Hell's Glen
Mynydd Y Farteg - Coppermine - 23447.jpg
Mynydd Y Farteg - North off Rhos Common with L to Farteg Hill, Ystradgynlais. Unclassified Road.
A39 Porlock Hill - advance warning - Coppermine - 325.jpg
A39 Porlock Hill - advance warning

OP Martyn H

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 05, 2005 by M4Simon
B9176 - Coppermine - 13623.jpg
B9176

The B9176 on its steep decent towards the Dornoch Firth.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 02, 2007 by Glen
Signs on Uig-Staffin road - Coppermine - 20600.jpg
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
Steep Hill in North Yorkshire - Coppermine - 4517.jpg
Steep Hill in North Yorkshire

On an unclassified road somewhere near Leyburn! Boxing Day 2004.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 17, 2006 by ChrisH
The B1248 near North Grimston - Geograph - 198882.jpg
The B1248 near North Grimston
Low gear now - Coppermine - 14854.jpg
Low gear now

33% gradient sign on an unclassified road at Gwaenysgor, above Prestatyn, North Wales

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 19, 2007 by PeterA5145
Plushhill.jpg
Pre-Warboys Steep Hill Warning Sign (Somewhat worn and getting rusty... and the bushes obscure it too...)
Mountain road near Abergwesyn - Coppermine - 18690.jpg
Mountain road near Abergwesyn

25% incline and a not so old series of bends sign

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 21, 2008 by Truvelo
Descending into Woolacombe - Coppermine - 11297.jpg
Descending into Woolacombe

At the top of a very steep hill overlooking Woolacombe Bay.

Winner - May 2007

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 18, 2007 by DavidBrown
M5 descent.jpg
The descent after the M42.
Hardknott Pass - Geograph - 527753.jpg
Signs for Hardknott Pass
The Struggle Kirkstone Pass - Geograph - 1051.jpg
The Struggle at Kirkstone Pass
B3157 - Coppermine - 10063.jpg
B3157 29/1/07. Looking east down Abbotsbury Hill, across to Chesil Beach.
From the Maintanence Depot - Coppermine - 8162.JPG
From the Maintanence Depot

From the higways compound. Shared road. Sign warns to look out for maintenance vans and to go slowly!!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 08, 2006 by chglm
Steep hill ahead - Geograph - 1481999.jpg
Steep hill ahead
A Hill of unspecified steepness - Geograph - 1741368.jpg
A Hill of unspecified steepness
Derbyshire County Council could not bring themselves to specify the gradient here; really, it isn't that steep. Alderwasley.
It Gets Steeper - Geograph - 1413390.jpg
It Gets Steeper
B5055 Heading Downhill to Bakewell - Geograph - 1370827.jpg
B5055 Heading Downhill to Bakewell
A9 Dunbeath - Coppermine - 20299.jpg
A9 Dunbeath

Northbound descent on the A9 at Dunbeath.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 13, 2008 by Glen
M90, Balmanno Hill - Coppermine - 11040.jpg
M90, Balmanno Hill

Approaching the start of the steep Northbound decent at Balmanno Hill on the M90 with waring signs for large vehicles

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 02, 2007 by Glen
M90, Balmanno Hill - Coppermine - 11039.jpg
M90, Balmanno Hill

Decending Balmanno Hill on the M90. More warnings for drivers of large goods vehicles.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 02, 2007 by Glen
M90, Balmanno Hill - Coppermine - 11037.jpg
M90, Balmanno Hill

..for the tightest bend on the Motorway network.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 02, 2007 by Glen
A169 North York Moors - Coppermine - 8667.JPG
A169 North York Moors

This is approaching the famous (well it is ont eh A169) Blue Bank hill. Its about 6 miles from Whitby and 800 feet above it. Its a 1-5 hill (20% for metric people) and the views of Whitby are amazing.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 21, 2006 by Snowman
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A169

The A169 looking north at the top of Blue Bank. Whitby in distance. Aug 2005.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 21, 2005 by Lonewolf
A174 (South) - Saltburn Bank - Coppermine - 17948.JPG
A174 (South) - Saltburn Bank

Taken from the top of Saltburn bank. Probably one of the trickiest hills in the county, with the 1 in 4 gradient, and also strong curves.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2008 by Strawberries258
A592 Kirkstone Pass - Coppermine - 17344.JPG
A592 Kirkstone Pass

Top of The Struggle which winds down to Ambleside from near the summit of the Kirkstone Pass. It wasn't that bad.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 23, 2008 by Schult
Smithy Bank, Alton - Coppermine - 3284.jpg
Smithy Bank, Alton

A left turn and a steep dip ahead.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 25, 2005 by antster1983
Rievaulx Bank - Coppermine - 7809.jpg
Rievaulx Bank

Modern signs warn of a very steep hill - but what's that lurking on the left a few yards further on?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 21, 2006 by PeterA5145
Escape Lane - Coppermine - 12379.JPG
Escape Lane Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 03, 2007 by Bryn666
Escape Lane - Coppermine - 12377.JPG
Escape Lane Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 03, 2007 by Bryn666
Hardknott Pass warning - Coppermine - 8889.jpg
Hardknott Pass warning

To add to SkinheadNev's example...

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 24, 2006 by sotonsteve
Cornwall sign - Coppermine - 1194.JPG
Cornwall sign

Single track, blind left hand hairpin

OP M60-Tony

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by M4Simon
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Warning signs at Churchtown in southwest Shropshire. Offa's Dyke crosses the road at this point too.
Low gear - A93.jpg
Low gear for 2 miles
Quiraingsignage1.jpg
Three very old signs at the top of the Quiraing, Isle Of Skye.
TSRGD 523.1.jpg
TSRGD diagram 523.1 - Steep hill downwards ahead

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TSRGD 524.1.jpg
TSRGD diagram 524.1 - Steep hill upwards ahead

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TSRGD 525.jpg
TSRGD diagram 525 - Drivers should engage low gear for steep hill

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TSRGD 526.jpg
TSRGD diagram 526 - Drivers should keep in low gear for steep hill or tight bend

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TSRGD 527.jpg
TSRGD diagram 527 - Drivers should keep in low gear for distance indicated

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TSRGD 583.jpg
TSRGD diagram 583 - Slow moving vehicles likely on incline ahead

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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.

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TSRGD 583.1.jpg
TSRGD diagram 583.1 - Distance over which slow moving vehicles likely to encountered ahead

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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.
A9 Cambusavie - Slow lorries for 1 mile.jpg
Slow lorries for 1 mile sign on the A9 at Cambusavie in Sutherland.
M90 Glenfarg - HGVs keep in low gear.jpg
A variation on the slow lorries sign on the M90 near Glenfarg, warning HGVs of the downhill gradient ahead.

 
 
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