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To do so a concerned cyclist-citizen submitted an Application for Danger or Caution Board stating the location of the hazard, its particulars, proof of permission to erect a sign, details of who was paying for its installation, and a delivery address.An enamelled steel sign, complete with bolts, was then dispatched free of charge.Responsibility later fell to CTC District Associations as part of their duty to local and visiting cyclists.
It should be erected in the most conspicuous place possible…at least 50 or 100 yards before the brow of the hill, and should be placed at a slight angle to the road so that it faces a rider as he descends.” An application for a caution board dating to1898 is held in the CTC collection at the Warwick Modern Records Centre.
A notice of despatch, also preserved, indicates that the caution sign was sent out to Mr W Knight.
Danger boards were part of the CTC’s commitment to road safety and improvement.
By 1893, the NCU could no longer afford to pay its share of the scheme.
The CTC took over the program entirely, designing new signs with white lettering on a red background.
Mr HM Rankilor requested a caution board for a hill leading from Wiveliscombe, Somerset to Brampton, Devon.