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Sign approaching underpass on Cherry Creek Trail; Denver, Colorado
A number of areas along Cherry Creek in Denver are flood prone; sign is rather vague as to the "dangerous conditions"
Watch for possible flooding over the next mile, as well as general caution signs; Sand Creek Greenway, Commerce City, Colorado
Stop sign combined with high water detour sign; Cherry Creek Trail in Denver
Yield signpost is used for trail detour direction in case of flood; Cherry Creek Trail in Denver
One of several signs pointing to trail detour routes in case of floods along Cherry Creek Trail in Denver
Another variation on flood warning signs, "Water may be on path" on Cherry Creek Trail; Denver, Colorado
Trail may be impassable, says one of three signs approaching one underpass on the Cherry Creek Trail; Denver, Colorado
Warning signs showing specific river hazard areas on the C and O Canal Trail adjacent to the Potomac River near Washington, DC
The Boulder Creek Trail runs below the water level with a retaining wall to keep out normal flows; the sign warns people not to shelter from rain here in case of flooding
Stop signs and "chicane" gate at railroad crossing; White River Trail, Indianapolis
Crushed rock is used between the rails for the trail surface at the crossing; Poudre River Trail west of Fort Collins, Colorado
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