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  1. with any luck thats all going to change again soon.. https://highwaysengland.citizenspace.com/he/a47-blofield-to-north-burlingham-dualling/
  2. Not to the Taiwanese of the Republic of China (ROC)) it isn't, they are not under the control of the Communist party which controls The Peoples Republic of China or affected by Trumps tarrifs.
  3. NO, The outer Kerbing of the roundabout, at some you arrive and turn left in a gentle curve to the left to the next exit, at others you arrive turn left onto the round about, then curve right to go round the about, then turn left to exit at the first exit. Either way you are just taking a 90 degree turn onto another road. The NDR / Coltishall road roundabout has both of these layouts on the same roundabout.
  4. The NDR / Coltishall road Roundabout has a huge amount of cones around it, as they are replacing the demolished Signs. The small amount of cones left out when I went home yesterday, weren't in the same position this morning. Also parked in the entrance to the nursery was a Black Audi..... behind which was a blue flashing light police Car, one copper and one man standing outside, policeman taking details... you're nicked sunshine...
  5. Except they're not, the outer lanes are sometimes concave and sometimes convex with some roundabouts a mix of both.
  6. Having lived in MK the design of the MK roundabouts is much better than those on the NDR..
  7. Section 186 This section of the Highway Code explains the signals and positions required to exit a roundabout safely. Follow the rules and you will find maneuvering roundabouts to be much less stressful. When taking the first exit (unless signs and markings indicate otherwise): Signal left and approach the exit in the left hand lane Keep to the left on the roundabout and signal left to leave When taking an exit to the right or going full circle (unless signs or markings indicate otherwise): Signal right and approach the exit in the right hand lane Keep to the right on the roundabout until you need to change lanes to reach your exit Signal left after you have passed the exit before the one you intend to take When taking any intermediate exit (unless signs or markings indicate otherwise): Select the appropriate lane on approach to the roundabout Stay in the lane until you need to alter your lane to exit Signal left after you have passed the exit before the one you want to take
  8. TheQ

    Moving May Day

    In England and Wales.., In Scotland the Highers finished on June 4th, The Broads will now be invaded by the Scots!! My Niece Great niece, has finished Primary School and will be Starting in Bo'ness Academy on 21st August.
  9. The van driver is going straight on and doesn't need to indicate at that point. Even if the van had turned into Wroxham road at that point there would still have been an accident as it's a single vehicle exit.
  10. later in the morning than me i go round there about 06:15
  11. Talking about cameras, this morning they have set up a camera on each exit of the Wroxham Rd NDR round about. There is also a camera on each exit of all side roads on the Wroxham road toward Wroxham itself from the NDR. I note also there have been those rubber tubes across the road near the Wroxham road railway bridge. These are only very tiny cameras on very tall wobbley poles so I suspect it's traffic monitoring. Yesterday when I went home someone obviously didn't allow for braking on wet roads, as there was a fresh set of tracks across the Coltishall / NDR roundabout , from the Norwich Direction. An already partly demolished road sign was completely flattened
  12. Oulton broad , I'd say taken just the the right of where this picture stolen from the Waveney Class web site was taken, but looking across to the same set of trees.
  13. There has been a model of White Swan Yard. Heres some links. http://whiteswanyard.blogspot.com/ https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/brm/information/brm-cake-box-challenge-the-hole-in-the-wall-white-swan-yard
  14. A new model railway show has been announced, 17th August 2020, at the Atrium , Spencer Avenue, North Walsham, NR28 9HZ in support of the M &GN Society. Further details to follow when I get them.
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