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Photo listing : potholes (good practice)

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In Norfolk pretty minor defects are marked up for repair - in Cambridgeshire they just laugh when you report something like this.

Pothole nicely repaired - even though I think I reported it in the wrong place, around the corner.

See clip at and photo at I first put this up on YouTube (clip because there was some serious damage to the Roman Ro ... [more]

Perhaps these cycle racks are more likely to get used by horses?

Cones and signs around a hole in the Dart Valley Trail

Emergency repair to pothole at Cambridge station.

Dangerous pothole on narrow lane - Mended in August 2010! (to be fixed soon? Photo taken on 25 June 2010.) Mended badly, needs fixing again (April 2011) - contractors keeping themselves in business as council's looking on (no clue)...

Sweeping vehicle on Parker's Piece

Parker's Piece, gritted

The headline "Assen still has enough gritting salt". The photo above it shows how pot-holes are dealt with before they have a chance to get serious. They're fixed even before the winter has gone. A gas burner is used to melt the ice away ... [more]

Pothole on Queen's Road, reported to on 22 July, filled on 24 July. It works!

Excellent - the council ignored phone requests to fix this pothole, on Wednesday morning a photo was posted here and by Thursday night the hole had been filled.

The pothole in now fixed - but how long will it last?

I've used this cycle path virtually every day since we moved here. Smooth surfaces are very important for cyclists. However, while this surface was a little rough, as you can see from the bit still remaining red tarmac, it was smoother t ... [more]

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