64-Year Old Street Corner Proves Traffic Signs Have Always Been a Bit Confusing

64-Year Old Street Corner Proves Traffic Signs Have Always Been a Bit Confusing

From an unidentified Washington, D.C. street corner in 1949.

Source: [U.S. National Archives no.PS-49-2682]

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6 Responses to 64-Year Old Street Corner Proves Traffic Signs Have Always Been a Bit Confusing

  1. Little known fact. In old age, the very engineer who had devised that street corner went on to great success (and much imitation) as a Web page designer.

  2. Gypsy Bev says:

    And Washington DC was even confused 64 years ago.

  3. moore314 says:

    How did I miss this one! Sending this to my son who recently moved to Leesburg and HATES the traffic in and around DC. As for the zoo reopen ..I’m doing a happy panda dance 🙂

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