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Encyclopedia > New England Interstate Highways
1922 list
1922 list

The New England Interstate Highways were an interstate system of marked numbered highways in New England. The routes were marked in 1922 by a yellow rectangular shield with black numbers and border. Many shields were painted on telephone poles. Odd numbers ran east-west and even numbers ran north-south, with the exception of NE 1, which ran along the coast and had sections in each direction. Image File history File links Section of a 1922 Rand McNally map, Tydol Trails: New England Trails Road Marking System and Color Band Route. ... While the states marked in red show the core of New England, the regions cultural influence may cover a greater or lesser area than shown. ... 1922 was a common year starting on Sunday (see link for calendar). ... A telegraph post, telegraph pole or telephone pole is a post or pole upon which telephone network equipment is situated. ...


In 1927, the highways were supplanted by the national U.S. Highway system. Except for NE 1, which became US 1, the old numbers were not used, since the U.S. Highway system uses odd numbers for north-south routes and even numbers for east-west routes. However, most of the routes that did not become U.S. Highways keep their numbers as state highways. 1927 was a common year starting on Saturday (link will take you to calendar). ... Current U.S. Highway shield The United States Highway System is an integrated system of roads in the United States numbered within a nationwide grid. ... United States Highway 1 is a United States highway which parallels the east coast of the United States. ...


List of highways

United States Highway 1 is a United States highway which parallels the east coast of the United States. ... // Route RI 3 takes the following route through the State: Westerly: 2. ... United States Highway 5 is a north-south United States highway. ... Original-style Vermont US 7 shield with embossed features United States Highway 7 is a north-south United States highway that runs for 309 miles (497 km) from northern Vermont to Norwalk, Connecticut. ... United States Highway 20 is an east-west United States highway. ... United States Highway 4 is a United States highway that runs from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to East Greenbush (town), New York. ... U.S. Highway 201 is a spur of U.S. Highway 1. ... United States Highway 1 is a United States highway which parallels the east coast of the United States. ...

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New England Highway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2184 words)
This interstate corridor serves the Central Coast, Hunter Valley and New England (Northern Tablelands) regions in New South Wales and the Southern Downs region in Queensland.
The rerouting of the New England Highway from Mount Lindesay to Wallangarra was due to the construction of a sealed road from Boonah through Cunninghams Gap to Warwick in the early 1950s.
Between Warwick and Tamworth the New England Highway, as well as being part of the national route between Sydney and Brisbane, is also an important interstate link between Queensland and Victoria, connecting to Melbourne via the Oxley Highway to the Newell Highway, which becomes the Goulburn Valley Highway where it crosses the Murray River.
New England travel guide - Wikitravel (1432 words)
New England is a six-state region in the northeast corner of the United States of America.
New England foliage is world-renowned for displays that rival pyrotechnics for their intense colors, rapid appearance, and equally rapid disappearance.
New England is served by several airports: Logan International in Boston, TF Green Airport Warwick, RI, Bradley International Windsor Locks (near Hartford, CT, and Springfield, MA), Tweed New Haven in New Haven, Burlington International Burlington, VT, and Manchester, NH Airport.
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