Taken as part of Guardian Cardiff’s June photography challenge.
Sign found at the eastern end of Beulah Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff.
A simple but affective (if slightly vandalised) sign found at the eastern end of Beulah Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff.
From the outside it looks like it needs a bit of work, but what a stunning-looking house someone’s gone and bought.
Can you work out which speed limit applies to that road, and which one doesn’t? 🙂
Sign spotted beside a very tempting-looking lane south of Beulah Road, Rhiwbina.
A closer look at the no cycling sign. At this distance, we can see that somehow it has been dented.
In leafy suburbs like Beulah Road, sometimes road traffic signs can get obscured. It doesn’t seem to cause any problems in practice, but it’s a shame that no-one seems to make sure that it doesn’t happen.
Is that one of the best names for a company, or what?
This is the oldest sign that I could find on Beulah Road, on the side of Capel Beulah.
Sign in a local shop window on Beulah Road, advertising a sustainable living event at Cardiff Central Library.
This street sign is nestled comfortably into the very pretty hedgerow.
Spotted this sign trying its best to peek over a very tall hedge on Beulah Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff.
Found this vandalised sign on a sub-station just behind Beulah Road today. It’s been sprayed all sorts of funky colours, which makes it doubly interesting when converted to black and white 🙂
Clearly, there was something about the no cycling sign that really caught my eye during this walk up and down Beulah Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff!
If you’re reading this in the RSS feed, my original blog post also includes a Google map showing where this photo was taken. Unfortunately I haven’t managed to get the map to appear yet in the RSS feed, so for now you’ll have to click through to my blog if you want to see the map. Sorry.