Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
...now I know where I'm going, well not really!
Um sinal bem estranho.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
It looks quite identical as the ones we use.
I only don't know what the white zigzag on the blue underground means but I think water or a river or something like that.
The white zigzag represents the Wild Atlantic Way. It's a route that goes along the coast and promotes tourism.
Different from the signs here. The zigzag is curious!
The new sign looks great and the zigzag design's meaning is very interesting. Thanks for sharing.I wish you a nice week.
Hello Bill.Very impressive sign!Like the zigzag design!I haven’t see a sign like that,before !Have a lovely week!Dimi...
Hi Bill.Nice that a new one has been placed.Groettie from Patricia.
Maybe the road zigzags about? And interesting sign and it should be helpful to people. I hate when a road is not marked, especially if I'm in an unfamiliar area. And I can't trust the GPS 'cause one time if I had followed its suggestions I would have ended up in the Atlantic Ocean!
It looks better.: )
I have to admit an attraction to those road signs.
I like the sign.
Our road signs are a lot more plain.
Presumably everyone's been getting lost for the last couple of months!
People have been lost since March? ;-))
I also wondered about the sign with the zigzag line, and read your explanation :)Would be a nice route to follow!
Thank goodness I won't get lost any more!
Gee, it took a while, didn't it? So you're along the Wild Atlantic Way? I didn't realize it was such a long road.
The zigzag lines signage intriguing indeed. Unique to Ireland!
Nice to have it finally back up I bet, great buildings behind the sign!
I'm glad you explained the zig-zag, I was wondering.