Anyway, the sign that I saw was on the exposed rafters in the ceilings of the pubs. It said simply "Mind Your Head". I guess they prefer that you get your headaches from the hangovers rather than the bashing of your skull against their hundreds-year-old rafters. This trip, I decided to document the signs. I could not believe where I found them. It's almost too humourous for words!
|A pub in Cambridge|
|Not technically a Mind Your Head, but the same principle - |
try not to get your foot wedged in the obvious 3 inch wide gap
between the train and the platform.
|On the bus from Cambridge to Milton Keynes.|
|Outside the Sea King helicopter at the Maritime Museum.|
|Under the tail of the helicopter.|
|In the entryway of a narrowboat at Foxton Locks.|
|Another pub's warning, rather whimsical!|
|Seems almost an afterthought.|
|The entrance to the Miller's Kitchen at the Wayside Museum...|
|...the inside of the Miller's Kitchen - an entire page above the|
MIND YOUR HEAD [with TRIANGULAR EXCLAMATION POINT!]