Turns West

Some articles on turns, turns west, west, turn:

Tin Brook - Course
... There it receives another tributary, turns south, and crosses the highway again ... It then turns west and runs roughly parallel to the highway until it reaches the Walden village limit, where it turns south and crosses 52 for a third time in the midst of a residential ... Then it turns west, running aside 52 (now West Main Street) for a block, then north to divide a residential neighborhood and a commercial property ...
Maryland Route 173 - Route Description
... After intersecting Bayside Beach Road, MD 173 turns southwest and passes along the northern edge of Jacobsville, where the highway meets the northern end of MD 607 (Hog ... Rock Creek and meets the northern end of Edwin Raynor Boulevard, where the highway turns north onto a four-lane road with center turn lane ... before the highway reduces to a two-lane road with center turn lane at its intersection with Duvall Highway ...
M-92 (Michigan Highway) - Route Description
... After Beecher, Main Street turns north-northeast into the downtown area ... Both directions of M-52 now turn east along Church, then north along Broad Street ... At Front Street, traffic is diverted west back to Main Street ...
Pennsylvania Route 44 - Route Description - Clinton and Lycoming Counties
... In the hamlet of Washington at the intersection with Gap Road, PA 44 turns north before intersecting the southern terminus of PA 554 in Elimsport on the intersection, the highway turns west ... West of Elimsport, the highway crosses the North White Deer Ridge one of the ridges on the Appalachian Mountain system ... West of the ridge, PA 44 intersects the southern terminus of PA 654 in the town of Collomsville ...

Famous quotes containing the words west and/or turns:

    Faithfulness to the past can be a kind of death above ground. Writing of the past is a resurrection; the past then lives in your words and you are free.
    —Jessamyn West (1902–1984)

    Nature confounds her summer distinctions at this season. The heavens seem to be nearer the earth. The elements are less reserved and distinct. Water turns to ice, rain to snow. The day is but a Scandinavian night. The winter is an arctic summer.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)