And here's my attempt to photoshop it in. Let me know what it looks like to you.
Nice thread idea, but I can't think of any British ones that are stranger than the ones we have in real life (where else is lowercase "m" an abbreviation for miles and there are 3-2-1 counters every hundred yards to remind you of the exit that the last three signs told you about?) Personally I think we just like putting up unnecessary signs for people to crash into. It's probably Al Gore's fault, or something.
You'll have to pardon the low res, it's the best (i.e only real flat on picture, others were at an angle) I could find. A Harry Turtledove TL-191 sign? No, just what very nearly happened historically to the area where I currently live.
Notice I tried to match the discolouration and crappy quality. Kinda worked
TTL's Boston is at least as big, if not bigger than IOTL, as it is a national capital.
And the CoA is that of the Boston family, from which the city's namesake takes its name. ITTL, it's used as the city's CoA.
This one's real, albeit graffitoed;
From the railway station near my house. Best thing is I've lived here about 10 years and there's never anything close to ice on the steps
Upper Connecticut Highway 20.
Feeds into the South Lake Erie Turnpike, a toll road operated jointly with the neighboring states of Iroquoia and the Upper Country.
From/for that same TL (if I may be so bold):