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May 10, 2004 12:01 AM

Broken: Bridge closed sign

Justin Hankins writes:

When the Norfolk Botanical Gardens began upgrading a footbridge over one of their waterways, they built a temporary pontoon bridge to minimize inconvenience during construction. The only problem is the sign they placed to notify people about the change. In big letters, the sign reads "BRIDGE CLOSED" with a large arrow pointing to the working, temporary footbridge. In smaller letters, the sign says "new bridge being constructed." The fact that new bridge construction is barely visible from the location of the sign adds to the confusion.


Wow...I am first to post on a May 2004 entry, and it is April 2006...

Posted by: Joe at April 20, 2006 12:52 PM

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