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Sorry to be boring but I think it is a good idea. Whenever I'm on holiday or passing through a place, if I see a body of water, I like to know what it is.

All rivers are a hark back to geography lessons in school.

 

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Fair enough, but how many people are able or want to pass through Warrington especially with all the gridlocks and traffic lights.

Can we really afford these fancy signs?

How many bags of salt do they equate to? :roll:

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How much are signs :wink:

 

I agree with Harry though as I always like to read a sign telling me which river it is that I'm passing :D

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How much are signs :wink:

 

I agree with Harry though as I always like to read a sign telling me which river it is that I'm passing :D

 

It's ok to spend money when times are hard, on non essential items. :shock:

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Every street leading into Orford - let's hope they don't change the boundaries! :wink:

 

At least they didn't name it M.Ha town. :wink:

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They could move the skittles there too, while there at it! :lol:

 

Stick them in Orford Park? Call it Orfordhenge circle.

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Its actually not too bad an idea. Not everyone has a Satnav, and need visual signs for navigation- unless its made legal for drivers to read maps while driving!

 

Dont forget we have the Manchester Ship Canal and the Sankey Canal near Warrington, the Irwell isnt far away, and to someone unfamiliar to the area one stretch of water looks very much like another.

 

However there is a time and a place for spending on such things. Keep these signs where theyre needed- on the major routes.

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But even with a River name, would it mean anything to someone with a limited knowledge of geography? :?

 

They might think they were in Liverpool. :shock:

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But even with a River name, would it mean anything to someone with a limited knowledge of geography? :?

 

They might think they were in Liverpool. :shock:

 

So that's why most of em don't go back. :wink:

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Peter, did you cut and paste that from Wikipedia? :wink:

 

I leave that to others. ALL my very own work, but maybe people won't understand the links. :wink:

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