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Thursday, 29 March 2012

Footpath Sign by Peak Forest Canal


Walking down the towpath of the Peak Forest Canal from Captain Clarke's Bridge you soon come to this signpost directing walkers to Alexandra Street.

You are not expected to do a Harry-Potter-esque through the brick wall, but climb a set of steps behind the wall to a footpath leading down the side of Providence Mill.

See the footpath itself on Hyde DP Xtra.

See more signs at signs, signs.

Advance notice: With the CDPB portal currently out of action, Julie of Sydney Eye has created a page where participents in the April 1st theme (Cobblestones) can register their posts on a linky. See CDPB Theme Day

14 comments:

  1. Hehehe I do not know but these made me smile. thanks for sharing.

    Signs

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  2. Is that a little footprint on the sign?

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    1. yes indeed - bridlepath signs have hoofprints on them!

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  3. I like the footprint, but it does look as if one should scale the wall!

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  4. Thank you for linking to the temporary Theme Day blog, Gerald. Much appreciated. I am now going to trawl through all you saved links to give notice to as many as i can get around to. Thanks again.

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  5. I like the rustic look of the sign.

    SIGNS

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  6. I thought you had to go through the wall until I read your explanation.

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  7. Walking through walls, I like it Gerald! Thanks for the CDP tip-off, I will publicise it too.

    Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

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  8. i like the footprint...a wonderful addition to this street sign.:p

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  9. Hello Gerald, yes, I knew about Julie's temporary blog, I'm posting about it tomorrow.

    Perfect spring weather, eh?

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  10. Thank you for spreading the news about the temporary blog to link the City Daily Photo community.

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  11. oh how I love the red brick

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  12. Thank you very much for being so attentive and remember me the theme day´s new link.

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  13. a great sign and probably a joy to walk. please have a good friday.

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