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Encyclopedia > U.S. Highway 4

United States Highway 4 is a United States highway that runs from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to East Greenbush (town), New York. In New Hampshire and Vermont it runs generally east-west; in New York, north-south.

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History of Ends

Approx. time period

 East Terminus West Terminus 

1926-1930

 Portsmouth, New Hampshire Glens Falls, New York 

1930-present

 Portsmouth, New Hampshire East Greenbush, New York 

Point where signage changes from "East/West" to "North/South":

 Vermont/New York state line 

States

East end

  • Portsmouth, New Hampshire

West end

  • East Greenbush, New York (near Albany, New York)

Child routes

  • U.S. Highway 104 (decommissioned)

See also


 
 

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