The society has erected many signs, bridges, fingerposts, plaques, and toposcopes. Their locations are shown by the
pins on the map below. For general information see About our signposts and Footbridges.
To explore the locations in detail and see photos,
press any of the four buttons below.
Each button displays the same information in a different style, illustrated to the right of the button.
If you're not sure, you could open them all and see which suits your purposes best.
Each of the buttons opens a new window, without the PNFS headings and menus,
to leave as much space as possible for information.
Note: The accuracy of locations given is variable, because GPS devices are inaccurate in woodland and deep
valleys, where satellite signals are weak.
Style 1: An Ordnance Survey map or aerial photo showing locations with grid references and photos