Lots of things going on so I thought I’d better get my entry for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge sorted out today!

Banana – ok that’s 3 letter A’s but there was a bunch of them 😉 …

In the UK a small group of shops along a road is often called a Parade and sometimes the road itself contains that name too. This is one such example, Station Parade in Willesden Green…

Place names often come to the rescue when doing these letter challenges and I know Cee likes transport shots, so here’s a bus that has just terminated its journey at Archway…

I decided not to post an Arachnid 😉

This week we’re going to visit the North Circular Road but to begin with, here’s some brown bears…

…placed beside a childrens play area in Highgate to encourage recycling.

The North Circular road or the A406, has lots of truck traffic every day. Here’s a westbound dry-box trailer…

Cones are a common feature of travel along the North Circular – here, they’re being put out to protect workers during a nighttime lane closure…

…and this sea of cones was set out in the pattern of the new layout at the junction with the A598 at Henlys Corner…

…work that was subsequently completed in 2012.

Catch up with Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge Here.

Sorry I missed last week’s CMMC and, indeed, doing other posts – had a mix of weather, heating and car related issues that tied up my time (and there may have been an occasional trucking event requirement thrown in too!) Anyway, here we are with some shots for this week’s CMMC.

Clarkes Coaches specialise in providing UK tours for Asian visitors so, before the pandemic, it was quite normal to find their vehicles outside Buckingham Palace and The Royal Mews…

Wingate & Finchley FC didn’t get to play many games this season before the pandemic called a halt on proceedings but here’s a shot of The Blues playing Horsham FC in their green strip…

Then, there’s a footbridge close to home from which I often photograph trucks and buses…

Hope that meets the Blue-Green’s criteria? 🙂