16 more road signs

Cross at Corner Only
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US 50 in North Vernon
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Detour Conwell St.
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US 31 sign
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Cuba, MO
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Begin State Road 29
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Cutout shields in Indiana?
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Brick Lincoln Highway
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Go west, but only indirectly
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Signs
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West Business US 20
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Pleasant View
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Old One Way sign
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31/933
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Worn out sign
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MR signs at Kessler/Michigan
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8 responses to “16 more road signs”

  1. Ben Cotton Avatar

    That US 31/IN 933 sign is peak INDOT.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Yeah, it was the laziest sign update I’ve ever seen. Still there, as of the last time I blew through town, which was this year.

  2. Marc Beebe Avatar

    Signs! Signs! Everywhere a sign!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Blocking up the scenery, breaking my mind!

  3. Andy Umbo Avatar
    Andy Umbo

    Love these, but made me laugh…the years I was living in Washington DC, the city was really on the downward arc and pretty non-functional, and the road signage was completely mistifying. It became kind of a contest/joke, to tell to identify to each other road signage that was in obscure areas, miles away from what it was supposed to identify, and often pointing in the wrong direction! All the time! Hard to believe it’s any different there now.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Fascinating. I’ve not spent a lot of time in DC but I do remember one trip in 1994 where signage on the beltway dropped me suddenly into a bad, bad neighborhood. In a rented car with the rental company’s logo stickered onto the bumper. Fortunately, I quickly found my way back onto the beltway.

  4. Cynthia Avatar

    I notice that you’ve vertically aligned the photo to the sign in Aurora – but the storefront and church are leaning!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Good eye. Today I would have aligned the horizon and let the sign be crooked!

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