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NT0263 :: A Bizarre Anti-Littering Sign

Taken 2 months ago by Ian Dodds near Polbeth, West Lothian, Scotland

A Bizarre Anti-Littering Sign by Ian Dodds
A Bizarre Anti-Littering Sign

There are two of these signs heading East out of West Calder on the A71. Having never seen them anywhere else I assumed they were the work of a particularly irritated individual or group of people. This may well actually be the case, but if so they have obviously been done with council approval. Driving past them I assumed, completely wrongly, that they were home-made affairs, done on thick card and tie-banded to the posts. In fact they are professionally done on metal plates and affixed to the posts by proper-fitting metal clasps. The clown is rather menacing up close, reminiscent of something you'd come across in a 1980s horror film!
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Subject Grid Square NT0263
Subject Lat/Long 55.854538,-3.565768 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Polbeth, West Lothian, Scotland
Photographer Ian Dodds
Taken 20210822 202108 2021 (about 2 months ago)
Submitted 2021-08-22
Context Roads, Road transport · Waste, Waste management ·
Subject sign ·
Group East ·

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