Photo of the Week: Direction

My favourite of my pictures from New York, of one of the iconic One Way signs. We don’t have anything like it in England.

ONE WAY (or another)

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4 thoughts on “Photo of the Week: Direction

  1. Really? What does England have then to notify you can only go one direction on a street or are all streets both way streets despite their sizes? *super curious*

    1. Most streets are both ways, well, compared with New York, in which, I believe, there is that criss-cross, north to south and east to west travel. We have signs, but they’re either pictorial or much more subtle than the NYC signs. For instance, our signs are never on our lampposts, and so don’t stand out. Then again, the roads I’m used to are not as busy as NYC streets!
      – at least, not where I am. I’ll try and snap a photo of a local one way sign if I see one.

      1. I’d love to see it. Salt Lake has fewer one way signs that most metropolises because the settlers decided the streets needed to be wide enough to turn a larger style horse and carriage around in. But outside of downtown it all varies. Some of the neighborhoods above the downtown area still went by small street standards and are one-way, but I don’t think we have many as narrow as some NYC streets. ๐Ÿ™‚

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