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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Trumpet, Jul 20, 2011.
A pothole's for life just not this Christmas you know
On a similar note, I had cause to go to Swadlincote today, via Abbots Bromley, Newborough and through the middle of Burton.
Holy Hell! Burton has potholes of a size and quantity that defies belief.
A drive round Liverpool would certainly recalibrate what you perceive to be a pothole.
I think you'll find those are the Mersey tunnels
There is a truly vicious one just out past Hopton Garage.
It might be OK now, though, someone has sprayed a bit of white paint round it.
The Doxey Road is starting to look a bit holey out the front here. Obviously nothing will be done, due to the new road.
I might get a can of bright coloured paint and spray willys all over the road........
It's an old one, but I still get a laugh out of it .....
Nope, it was still there yesterday but the paint has worn off now.
The one on the Windmill roundabout is a bugger.
I'll get that 1 when I've done those outside here
One of those road survey vans has just cruised up Sandon Road, as if the issue isn't visible from the ISS using a pair of opera glasses from a Christmas cracker.
I note that the Cavern in the Road outside Hopton Garage has been painted round for at least the third time.
It seems possible that a little more effort than a bit of transient paint may be on the cards, at last. There has been quite a bit of tarmac bodged into holes on the back roads in the area lately.
Possibly expecting a little more heavy traffic...?
The Newport Road Railway Bridge Pothole has returned I see. Won't be long before you can actually view the railway tracks beneath it judging by the way my suspension clonked when I drove over it earlier.
It's a free means to charge your car off the overheads
Shame I wasn't in an electric car at the time then...
At that sort of voltage it should charge pretty quickly ... probably enough to get into low Earth orbit ...