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Beware flying motorbikes - and other road signage
#11
Now, the MISSING SIGN. Adjacent to some street-side parking in our local market square is a newish steel post. It's been there about 6 months, still no sign on it. A car has driven into the steel post and it is bent over at a silly angle. Three posts have been put in as replacements over the years. All were hit and bent before a sign was fitted. It's about ten years since there was a sign.
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#12
...were it not for the pylons on the skyline, this 'impression' of Poppies would pass for a half-decent Monet...
(True satisfaction is the delayed fulfilment of ancient wish)
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#13
And I  thought Brockbank made up the Turn Left road sign cartoon shown in Mike's post
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#14
Brockbank's version predated mine by several decades. My photo was taken in Mansfield town centre about fifteen years ago; the 'error' made the national papers at the time. No doubt the workman was a Brockbank enthusiast! Rumour has it he was serving his notice at the time.
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#15
Caution: Man opening umbrella


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#16
Hi all,

One of my favourites, always keep this over a bench for customers.

But find myself using it as much as anyone.

Tony

   
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#17
re the man operating umbrella, when a very small boy I visited Wellington zoo and was greatly fascinated by a man with barrow and shovel cleaning up a single elephant contribution. Every time I see the sign I slow down for possible elephants and their products.
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#18
Warning. Brigitte Bardot in the road. (Under 50s look it up. You need not titter).


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#19
Or Sabrina for those with really prurient memories.
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#20
Nah. Always Barbara Windsors. Much bigger bumps round our way!
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