Time is a great thing which can be used in many ways. One of these ways, although it's usually towards the bottom of the list, is to present people with a picture of a road and ask them where it is. Yes, I know, you want a go, which is why most of mine can now be found below. Some of them are pretty hard, but they've all been solved before.
There is a clue in each box, so close your eyes if you don't want to look at it. You can click on each photo to enlarge it.
An important dual carriageway in the Midlands.
The road is actually a dual carriageway, and is part of a town's ring road.
We're beneath an important motorway right now.
Another important dual carriageway, this one in the south.
In the middle of a city. This road used to be a F99.
We're just beyond a new GSJ, replacing an old roundabout.
We're not too far from one of the north-east's best-known roads landmarks.
The road looks nothing like this today.
A lot of traffic leaves here, heading towards the south coast.
We're between the M1 and the A1.
A big industrial estate to our left, featuring a service station.
A very southern one this one, and it's part of a larger junction complex.
This was taken from the back of a service station, and the lights are relatively new.
Another ex-F99 in the Midlands.
There should be a sliproad here and there's an MSA about within a mile of here.
It's quite busy here, but it could be worse, we could be on the M25.
Two photos, one answer, but it's a tough one. Not too far from the previous photo.
This is the crossing of two important motorways.
We're at the end of a motorway, most traffic bares right here.
Another unbuilt MSA.
If you think we're low down right now, you should see what's coming up.
It's north of the M40.
How many four-lane a-roads are there?
The road ends just behind me.
This is probably the hardest of the lot. It's an unclassified road in the Pennines, and it's very close to one of road enthusiasts' favourite sites.
There's not a lot to say about this one. It hasn't always looked like this.
That's a tram line crossing here, and we're in the north west. There aren't many possibilities!
This could be any motorway really, so it's just a bit of trial-and-error. This motorway isn't quite as long as you wish it was, however.
There's an impressive GSJ in the distance.
An Mx road.
Bearing in to a roundabout, on an otherwise high-speed dual carriageway.
This is a motorway spur road.
Part of a long-distance single-carriageway road in Cheshire.
This isn't a particularly exciting seaside town, but there is one nearby.
We were here not too long ago. How many motorway dumbbells are there?
That crane will be there for a while, there will be lots of roadworks here.
A bit of a nothing motorway, this one.
Another nothing motorway, although this one gets more interesting further up.
There are currently major roadworks to improve the notorious junction just before here.
You may have seen this picture before. This picture is from the 1960s.
What could those roadworks be for?
A really tough one this one. It's taken from a F99 road, and shows part of a GSJ.
Something quite significant has changed here.
Another old MSA postcard.
Something completely different here - this is a strip map of a road, rendered in Merkaartor. Which road is it? The biggest clue is at the bottom.
A very hard one this one. This is a private road and you need to pay to be able to access it by car.
A single-lane flyover in an urban area. How many places would need a complex road network like this? We're in the north west.