Competition 623 :: Funny signs

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Ivo

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Are we allowed signs that have been defaced or similar to appear funny? And are there any restrictions on what and where these signs may be, for example are posters in trains permitted (I assume not in this instance)?
 

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Are we allowed signs that have been defaced or similar to appear funny? And are there any restrictions on what and where these signs may be, for example are posters in trains permitted (I assume not in this instance)?

Yes definitely the former. My intention was for anything that was funny, either because it was quirkily/humourously/poorly written or subsequently adapted, or because its context makes it funny etc eg a stopped train next to a sign that says "trains do not stop here".

I was imagining any kind of instructional sign ranging from traditional metal, through to short-term hand-written signs on bits of paper, on any kind of railway property including trains. But not advertising posters etc.

Hope that helps.
 

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On my trip to Chester tomorrow I'll take a look in Warrington and Chester (timing's lax on the return, but tbh I don't even know where I change so wherever I do I'll look for a funny sign ;))
 
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