Welcome to the furthest-reaching section of this website -- Documenting Signals Abroad. On the occasion that I go on a trip out of the country, I make sure to stop wherever I can and document the signals in the area. I don't try to document everything, everywhere I go, just whatever I have time for. I'll plan ahead somewhat, but due to the unpredictability of these excursions, I stumble across most things by accident. Basically, I document everything I can, regardless of rarity, since often even the most basic of signals are an interesting sight to foreigners like me -- but also, of course, I do my research and try to find interesting and rare specimens. And in addition to stopping to document signals, I take plenty of pictures of the highways and roads I travel on while in transit.
Documenting entails thorough photography and videography of all of the signals at given intersection, and displaying them in galleries on this site along with detailed information about everything. When others photograph signals, they may take a couple of each signal, often only a few per intersection. And, in most cases, people just acknowledge the signals without taking the time to preserve them in pictures. Well, that's not the case here. I always photograph thoroughly, getting every angle of every signal, and often end up with a hundred or more per intersection. Of course, I don't have unlimited free time on trips like this, so I'm not always able to do so -- but I try when I can. Everything is displayed neatly on the pages below and presented here for anyone enjoy.
Click on one of the colored countries below, on any of the maps, or on the more detailed lists below the maps, to start browsing old and odd signals I've documented there.
GREEN = I have visited this country and THOROUGHLY DOCUMENTED many types of signals in many different places. These are the pages you want to see first!
YELLOW = I have passed through some part(s) of this country and came away with a number of signal photographs, but I was mostly unable to thoroughly document anything.
RED = I passed through this country for a very brief period and only have a few unimportant pictures from it.
GREY / WHITE = This country has not yet been visited for any documentation.
BLACK = Documentation of these countries is featured in a different independent section of this website (applicable only to the U.S.A.).
Note: If there are multiple different shades of one of these colors, it is for contrast purposes only, and they all still mean the same thing.
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Documentation Ranking: #1
Total Number of Pictures: XXXXXX
Major Places Shown: Rome, Florence, Montecatini, Greve, +
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