That's one I've never seen before.
And I'm struck by the redundancy of the written description of the pictogram :-)
You don't see that sign very often. Thee must be a large seniors residence nearby.
This is cool. I haven't seen it before, but I think this is a great idea.
That looks like a danger for sure...I hope you locked your doors!
Hey, I could use one of those here at my house. Some days I feel it would be appropriate.
Well this one is a first for me also Marianne :) well spotted!
hahhahahaha. i have seen those too in scotland. but in the us as well.... :) i never took a picture though, but i always wanted....
Unusual and moving !
How pleasant to see that someone is concerned. We often see a sign for "children playing" as a caution, but have never seen one for elderly.
That's simply awesome.Yes, in many parts of the world, people still do walk :)
Nog niet eerder gezien!Zonder het bord met de tekst was het ook duidelijk.
I wonder why they felt the need to have a written sign 'elderly people' along with the pictogram?
I saw those in England and loved them!
These signs need no caption! Tom The Backroads Traveller
There are the occasional signs similar to that here.
I haven't seen any of these signs before.
New to me too! Isn't that one of the great things about travel, seeing new ways of life?!
ha, I love it! great catch!!
Nice signs !
I think it's the first time I see such a sign. Toughtful indeed!
nooit eerder gezien maar wel nuttigI would welcome a sign like this in my street :)
Hi, I'm Robert, and we have spent 4 unforgettable days in Amsterdam from 21 to 24 August 2014, and I fell in love with the city. I love the people, the shops, the streets, the canals...and those crazy orange musicians that, to my surprise, were performing in a square. We live in Argentina so it is not easy to do another such trip but I swear I will try to return to Amsterdam. Cheers!