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Banksy-style Graffiti in Shepherd Street, Sheffield

Cyclist at the Elephant Gate, Carlsberg City, Copenhagen

Watermead park with Elephant in the distance

Broken concrete elephants on the path in Crosshouse. Original condition:

Elephant's Feet burned out following the fatality at Hewitt's Corner, see #96956

Cycle parking with a pump and an elephant!

Map box at LSE

Cycle link across Bayswater Road into park

Elephants feet - removed after a coroner held them responsible for confusion rather than the driver for killing a mother of two. … [more]

This looks like give way markings. However, it's near the exit of a roundabout and you'd be highly likely to be run over if you expected anything to give way here. This is Leicestershire CC though, and the quality and thought put into their … [more]

Elephants footprint crossing leads cyclists onto a cycle lane on the wrong side of a dual carriageway.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Shrub End Sports Ground dissects the Boadicea Way shared-use path.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Esso exit dissects Ipswich Rd.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Esso entrance dissects Ipswich Rd.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Friars Close dissects the Ipswich Rd shared-use path. Strange how it doesn't encompass the whole pathway.

"Elephant feet" crossing of St Johns Green.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Alefounder Close dissects the Avon Way shared-use pathway.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Bennett Close dissects the Avon Way shared-use pathway.

"Elephant feet" crossing where Laing Rd dissects the Avon Way shared-use pathway.

"Elephant feet" crossing of Crouch St (see also #35712). Note the tight angle of approach into the underpass (which still carries prohibition sign). An adult may well be seen before it is too late, but a dog, child, pram, or even a … [more]

"Elephant feet" crossing of Crouch Street (see also #35713)... An "elaborate" contra-flow: two road crossings, watching for people coming out of shops, cars exiting blind driveways, dogs tied to railings... all to preserve free car parking … [more]

Elephants feet style markings on the road - there is confusion about what they mean. There's a drawing number WBM (R) 294 on the last page at: which explains they are 400mm square white … [more]

Elephant's footprints style crossing (see #64129 for the dangers of them) on this dual carriageway approaching a roundabout.

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