"The Frosses Trees" and the lengths of road that they support have been retained as lay-bys on the new A26 dualling. I stopped in the them the a while back to search for a CD. Its difficult to believe it was A Road.At first glance, I thought that was the Ballymoney Road North of Ballymena in County Antrim. The trees were planted in that way to allow their roots to support the road as it passed through a peat bog.
The crashed car reminded me of several accidents that occurred there. It was discovered that, depending on the angle of the sun on bright days, the spacing of the trees would give a strobe-like effect which would induce an effect similar to an epileptic fit in certain drivers.