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The route marker for Maryland State Highway 295. I made this image myself using Inkscape. Made according to http://www.marylandroads.com/businesswithsha/bizstdsspecs/desmanualstdpub/publicationsonline/oots/pdf/M1-5.pdf

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Licensing

Public domain This file is in the public domain because it comes from the Maryland Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, sign number M1-5, which states specifically in its introduction, on page iii that:
Any traffic control device design or application provision contained in this Manual shall be considered to be in the public domain. Traffic control devices contained in this Manual shall not be protected by a patent, trademark, or copyright, except for the Interstate Shield and any items owned by FHWA.
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current03:49, 23 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 03:49, 23 February 20063,000 × 2,400 (11 KB)Jeff02The route marker for Maryland State Highway 295. I made this image myself using Inkscape. Made according to http://www.marylandroads.com/businesswithsha/bizstdsspecs/desmanualstdpub/publicationsonline/oots/pdf/M1-5.pdf [[Category:Maryland state highway
03:47, 23 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 03:47, 23 February 20063,000 × 2,400 (6 KB)Jeff02The route marker for Maryland State Highway 295. I made this image myself using Inkscape. Made according to http://www.marylandroads.com/businesswithsha/bizstdsspecs/desmanualstdpub/publicationsonline/oots/pdf/M1-5.pdf [[Category:Maryland state highway

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