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End of U.S. Highway 377 (1090 words)
US 377 was commissioned in 1930; at the time its south end was at US 81 in Fort Worth.
It's possible that the 377 designation would've ended at its junction with US 281 on the east edge of town, but it seems more likely that the two routes would've been co-signed to the junction with US 67 downtown.
So in later years, after US 377 had been upgraded to its current viaduct over the railroad and came into town on Fort Worth Drive (one block to the left from here), it continued up Elm to end right downtown, at the jog in US 77.
Boeing 377 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (250 words)
The Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was the airliner version of the 367 Boeing Stratofreighter, which in turn was the transport version of B-29 Superfortress.
It was one of the great post-war propeller airliners until made obsolete by the coming of the 707 and other first generation jetliners.
The 377 was the flagship of the Pan Am fleet.
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