THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

19 May ~ To the inexperienced, this badge's meaning could be difficult to fathom. A bird, possibly a swallow (although it could be a bluebird with one of those leisure stripes they all seem to have these days), is gliding above a National Trust heritage site and a horseshoe-shaped B-road. The answer lies in the complicated procedure employed for road surveys used by the highways department in Northern Irish local government. When a problem with a stretch of road is reported to the department, the first response is always to note the location and code the level of severity. Read more

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