Lane Rural Roadway

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New York State Route 34B - Route Description
... CR 107A (Old Peruville Road) to the south, NY 34B continues west as a two-lane rural highway ... NY 34B crosses southwest through the hamlet as a two-lane residential street, continuing west out of Howland Corners ... NY 34B crosses into the town of Lansing, continuing west as a two-lane residential street ...
New York State Route 54 - Route Description - Yates County
... north as East Lake Road, paralleling the lakeside as a two-lane residential street before forking northward as a two-lane rural roadway ... In Crosby, NY 54 becomes a two-lane residential street until the intersection with Gray Road ... the route becomes residential, soon turning to the northeast into downtown as a two-lane commercial street ...
Swedish Pomerania - Population
... The population of Swedish Pomerania were 82,827 subjects in 1764, (58,682 rural, 24,145 urban population, 40% of the rural population were leibeigen serfs) 89,000 in 1766, 113,000 in 1802, with about a ...
Uffington Rural District
... Uffington was a rural district in Lincolnshire, Parts of Kesteven from 1894 to 1931 ... in 1894 from that part of the Stamford rural sanitary district which was in Kesteven (the rest forming part of either Ketton Rural District in Rutland, Easton on the ... and went to form part of the South Kesteven Rural District ...
Rural District
... Rural districts were a type of local government area – now superseded – established at the end of the 19th century in England, Wales, and Ireland for the administration of ...

Famous quotes containing the words lane and/or rural:

    The dusk runs down the lane driven like hail;
    Far off a precise whistle is escheat
    To the dark; and then the towering weak and pale....
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    We realize that we are laggards from the past century, still living in what Marx kindly calls ‘the idiocy of rural life,’ and we know that our rural life is like that of the past, not like that of much of the present.
    —For the State of Vermont, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)