Worlds fastest Amish
- Feb 18, 2007
- Kouvostoliitto, Finland
- Various BMWs, a Swift cabrio, Benelli TreK
Oh right, artwork as well. Makes an ordinary sign somewhat odd.
Based on the bent torso she's trying to get away from him too."Little girls are not allowed to walk with strange men who wear hats."
Of course, Austria.
Coincidentally, the construction zone was at the university I attendedThe sign posted by @shad_68 gives me nostalgia. It's at the university I attended... I can pinpoint the exact spot where the photo was taken...
@narf: The company that did the constuction zone signage probably only had signs with cycle path left/pedestrian path right as these are 99% of cases. Totally normal. I wouldn't be surprised if the didn't even know it's possible to have that sign the other way around.
ahemm... let's go german for a bit? This Zusatzzeichen (1000-33) doesn't exist anymore. It's been dead for more than 5 years (!) now, despite the fact that it is still often and generously used by construction crews everywhere who have absolutely no idea what they're doing and just put up random signs however the hell they can be bothered. In this particular example I'd actually go with: at least they tried and the result mostly makes sense.What makes this rare is the sign combo at the other end:
...except for sending cyclists into oncoming pedestrian traffic and vice versa 🙈 this being Germany, I'd expect both parties to stick with "this is my side, I'm walking/cycling here because the sign told me to". Right now it's vorlesungsfreie Zeit so hardly any traffic though. Would be interesting come mid-October when tons of Ersties flood the campus.the result mostly makes sense.
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While I was sifting through old photos I remembered I spotted the same sign on a ride. At the time I spotted it I didn't think it was an official sign, but now I'm not so sure anymore.