All images are copyright Ilan Kelman.
Photos are in the following categories:
An oops in Geneva (2009).
An oops in Singapore (2013).
An oops in Barbados (1999).
An oops near Christchurch, New Zealand (2004).
An oops in Toronto, Ontario (2016).
An oops in Hong Kong (2016).
Not doing so well in Oslo, Norway (2013).
Nor in London, U.K. (2017).
Bus fire at Milton Keynes Central Station, U.K. (2014).
Some repairs needed in Havana, Cuba. (2019).
One out of two (London, U.K., 2014).
Sorry, which way? (Ireland, 1997).
Not any more helpful (Barbados, 1999).
Drivers, be happy (Vík, Iceland, 2001).
Self-referential sign? (Boulder, Colorado, 2005).
Danger: This sign might be shot at (North Island, New Zealand, 2004).
Caution: Buses rolling in the hay (North Island, New Zealand, 2004).
We need to tell peds not to cross when cars are coming? (Toronto, Ontario, 2005).
Peds or not? That is the question. (Hill Island, Ontario, 2009).
Progress in society: We have to plead not to vandalize a camera (London, U.K., 2004).
Be specific (near Port Glasgow, Lake Erie, Ontario, 1998).
A private 7 mph (Boulder, Colorado, 2005).
Be very specific (Horwood Estate, near Milton Keynes, U.K., 2019).
A 12 mph limit for bicycles and pedestrians (Hampstead Heath, London, U.K., 2019).
12 mph one way (above); 14 mph the other way (below)
A 15 mph limit for seesaws going one way (Washington, D.C., 2012).
Faster two-way seesaws at 25 mph (Honolulu, Hawai'i, 2018).
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