and caption reminds me that, to the best of my knowledge, Ferrybridge is the only MSA I have ever parked in the wrong place. It's no secret that I think MSA car park signage is usually appalling, but I suppose I'm lucky because running this site means I usually have a good instinct as to where the car park will be. I once parked on a strange little access road at Trowell, but that's because the car park was full.
EDIT: No, Hopwood Park as well. In that case extra knowledge counted against me because I knew where the car park was, and just took the exit that looked like it would go the right way. But I digress.
Does this make Ferrybridge the MSA where people most frequently get lost? It's a number of years since I've been there, and they still haven't managed to get it right.
Even now, looking at that photo, the first thing my eyes are drawn to is the big straight ahead arrow, which I then see says 'lorries' beneath it. At the very least, they need markings to suggest most people want to turn left. This is my pet moan.
Granada should have been shot for their useless little symbols which point in no meaningful direction and aren't actually near the road, but Moto aren't doing any better with their advertising overload. I honestly don't understand it because if the situation at Ferrybridge is as bad as I get the impression it is, surely someone has had an urge to do something about it?
Where else do people frequently get it wrong? I think Welcome Break have slipped from the best to the worst at this.