Falling Rocks in Norway

Stansund - Lofoten; IX.1998;
pict. M. Van Olmen
  Interesting specimen:
  • Observe the speed suggesting stripes.
    Compare with other countries; f.e. Spain, Sicily, France, Pakistan. Norway brought the number down to the limit (one stroke, would that still work?).
  • The number of boulders is also reduced to the absolute minimum. Only Belgium has an old sign with only two rocks. Learn more about the Boulder statistics.
  • The number of rocks falling is less than the number already down. The reverse is true on all other signs in the collection. Check that out.
  We have a sign from Iceland with an almost identical design. The three boulders have exactly the same shape but the speed-strokes are replaced with a fourth boulder.

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