Another edition of "British signs are funny sweet."
This sign is located on the railroad bridge where I walk most days. It's a narrow bridge, with a curve on either side, so walking across is treacherous. Yet there's a school not too far away, and as regular readers of this blog are aware, there are no such thing as school buses in Britain (not for primary aged children, anyway). So mums and their offspring have to walk across this bridge during the school run, when cars are trying to get to work or taking other kids to school.
I try to avoid crossing during the school run, but when I do cross this bridge, I make Sparky heel. He does a pretty good job of that, and it's good practice for him.
Not long after I took this photo a windstorm came and knocked the sign sideways. It's been put back now, thank goodness. Now if they would only make a sign that has a person walking a dog alongside. That would seem like a very British sort of sign, don't you think?