Other Route with Public Access
|Sun, 17 Aug 2008 11:23
|The symbol for "Other Route with Public Access" on Ordnance Survey maps (red circles on 1:50,000, green circles on 1:25,000) is used for different types of route. There are a few examples with map illustrations in the Ordnance Survey symbols article onRights of way and access. I hope to collect other examples here.
There are many examples of this symbol around Bradford due to delay in creating the definitive map of public rights of way. Here are some with Geograph photographs.
Unsuitable for motors
The road sign "Unsuitable for motors" appears to be used on tracks that are public highways for motor vehicles - but where the highways authority is warning them off.
Other unsurfaced roads