Updated 2004.02.02 01:40 Eastern U.S. time
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They were taken with a Sony FD-88 digital camera.
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|Downhill grade warning sign, Eisenhower Memorial Tunnel on westbound I-70 near Loveland Pass, CO
|Downhill truck grade graphic sign, on I-70 somewhere west of Denver, CO
|"Hot brakes fail, use low gears" with their gear suggestion, beginning descent, Pike's Peak, CO
|Hot brakes surely do fail. Coming down the big hill, Pike's Peak, CO
|Perhaps that stone wall stops those whose brakes have already failed?
Coming down the big hill, Pike's Peak, CO
|They really mean it! A steeper part of the big hill, Pike's Peak, CO
|"Continue to use lowest gear" sign coming down the big hill at Pike's Peak, CO
|Slow to 60 m/h for the curve ahead. I think this was on US 385 between Cheyenne Wells and Burlington, CO.. I just thought it was neat that they thought you could be going safely fast enough on a two-lane U.S. highway to need to *slow down* to 60 m/h for the curve. It was a pretty serious 90-degree curve, at that!
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|Watch out! Don't scrape your trailer on the berm carrying the railroad tracks. I laughed my ass off when I saw this sign, although it is creative. I think this is from a crossing on 14th Avenue at U.S. 1 just north of Vero Beach, FL
|Entering Virginia on U.S. 13 south of Pocomoke City, MD. Please don't blow up the
bridge-tunnel. Thank you.
Photo taken July, 2000.
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