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U.S. Route 219 In Pennsylvania - Route Description - McKean County
... US 219 continues into McKean County and runs through more dense forests, intersecting US 6 west of Mount Jewett ... From here, the road continues north through more rural areas, forming a short concurrency with PA 770 ... The freeway continues into Bradford, bypassing the center of town to the east and interchanging with PA 346, at which point that route joins the freeway ...
Maroondah Highway - Route
... The road continues through Mont Albert, until its intersection with Elgar Road in Box Hill, where the road becomes a four lane dual carriageway with trams running down the central median strip ... From here, the Maroondah Highway continues on past Lilydale, as a rural highway ... twisty section through forest between Healesville and Buxton, and the road then continues through farmland all the way through to Mansfield via Alexandra and ...
1861 In New Zealand - Events
... It continues until 1968 ... its final issue and is replaced by Te Manuhiri Tuarangi and Maori Intelligencer, which continues until 1863 ... It continues today ...
Rondout Creek - Course - Rondout Valley
... The creek, here wider and deeper, forms the bed of a widening valley as it continues northeast past Eastern Correctional Facility, where the first remnant of the canal, an ... The creek continues towards Kerhonkson, where Route 55 and US 44 cross over ... US 209 continues paralleling the Rondout towards High Falls, as it begins to curve to the east around the northern end of the ridge ...
Vermont Route 207 - Route Description
... It continues to roughly parallel the Interstate before turning northeast and crossing into the town of Highgate, where it meets and briefly overlaps with Route 78 ... Route 207 continues north out of Highgate into the extreme northern reaches of the state ... Route 235 continues north into Quebec, where it becomes Quebec Route 235 ...

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