Croydon, Grimsby and Milton Keynes show off their assets
Croydon, known to its friends for its tram system and "Manhattan-style skyline", is about to become famous for something else - its roundabouts.
The London satellite town is joining Redditch, Grimsby, Swindon, Milton Keynes, Cleethorpes and Slough in a series of calendars called Rare Roundabouts.
What began as a joke among staff at BB Printers in Redditch became a money-spinner when sales of its first calendar - Roundabouts of Redditch - hit 10,000 last year, bringing in orders from America and Australia.
Turning road junctions into pin-ups makes total sense, says Kevin Beresford, boss of BB Printers.
"People are sick of people taking their clothes off and David Beckham. We just wanted to do something a bit different."
To celebrate the release of the 2004 Croydon calendar, BBC News Online is inviting you to send in pictures of your favourite roundabouts, or other fascinating road junctions.
BB Printers has got the ball rolling with these fine examples of traffic flow regulation (above).
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