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waymark

(ˈweɪˌmɑːk)
n
(Navigation) a symbol or signpost marking the route of a footpath
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On the gravel road look for the blue-topped waymarker on the left after 70yds - follow the trail down hill to the start.
Councillor David Fothergill, Cabinet Member with a responsibility for Highways at Somerset County Council, installed a waymarker on the bridge at the opening ceremony.
4)(5)(6) Use Delta Canis Majoris as a waymarker on the path to Omega, Tau, and 29 CMa.
Viewers need to look through the C2C Waymarker sculpture on the seafront at Roker in Sunderland.
Viewers need to be looking through the C2C (Coast to Coast) Waymarker sculpture on Roker Beach.
Follow the waymarker signs taking first a left and then a right turn at a t-junction of paths soon descending to a gate by an information board.
Head towards the oak trees until you see a waymarker directing you down to the river on your right.
The Hartshill Hayes trail guides visitors around different areas of the woodland using waymarker posts interpreting what people see as they go round.
Among the many projects you can take part in are repairing walkers' paths and waymarker signs.
If you are starting your walk from the car park next to Waymarker 1, cross the lane and walk up it to the right (1).
Ross loved the challenge of reaching each of the waymarker posts and then urging us on to the next one.