In 2000, a series of 1000 mileposts were erected at various spots on the routes forming the National Cycle Network as part of a Millennium project. As a photographer who walks a lot, I often pass these, and usually take pictures of them. I’ve now amassed a collection of 10, showing 3 of the 4 different types of posts. They’re all in Yorkshire as that’s where I tend to do most of my walking but there are plenty more elsewhere – these pictures only show 1% of all the mileposts erected.
Though they are mostly the same design, it’s interesting to see how they have each been painted, or otherwise.