Why collect Roadsigns? Certain road signs in Spain draw my attention because they represent human artefacts such as cars or lorries, or animals, or people themselves, with subtle variations that represent the culture and epoch from which they spring. Many of these rare varieties are threatened by the forces of globalization and internationalization. Soon it may be too late to view them in their natural habitat. This record may preserve at least some of them for posterity.
Click on the “No-overtaking” tab above to view the collection of Spanish no-overtaking roadsigns.
Click on the “Catalogue” tab to see an alphabetical list of all the photographs. The “Latest” tab will show you the most recently published roadsigns.
Click on a category name such as “Cow” in the category cloud to the right or in the list of categories below left to see thumbnail pictures of roadsigns of that type. Click on a month and year in the Archives to the right or on a highlighted date in the Calendar to see thumbnail pictures of roadsigns from those dates. Type in some text in the search box and click on the “Search” button to see items that contain that text.
Click on an individual item found by any of these means, to see the roadsign photograph and full text. Click on that photograph to see a larger version. You can also leave comments about a roadsign.
Click on the Text Squares above or the list of Pages to the left to see more information about roadsigns and this web site. I particularly draw your attention to the “Copyright”, “Purchase” and “Donate” pages.
Finally, below right you will find links to other roadsign websites.