Airfield symbols

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@ 2006-10-24 13:26:20
Those are signals for how to manouver within aerodrome:

Line with dots on the ends (dumb-bell): Movements of aeroplanes and gliders on the ground shall be confined to paved, metalled or similar hard surfaces

A horizontal red square panel with one yellow diagonal: Indicates that owing to the bad state of the manoeuvring area, or for any other reason, special precautions must be observed in approaching to land or in landing

T: indicates the direction to be used by aircraft for landing and take-off, which shall be in a direction parallel to the shaft of the T towards the cross arm

Right-hand arrow with two crossing lines is actually two different markings combined:
Right-hand arrow: indicates that turns are to be made to the right before landing and after take-off
Double white cross: indicates that the aerodrome is being used by gliders and that glider flights are being performed
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dda
@ 2006-10-24 13:47:22
Thanks a lot! I spent hours looking for Airfield signs and found nothing.