Original Route

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M13 Motorway - History
... Original route through Newham and Barking East of the River Lea, through Newham and Barking, the original route followed the A124 Barking Road and then the A123 Ripple Road ... The route was replaced by the East Ham Barking Bypass first opened in 1928, which was given the number A118 before being redesignated ... As with the route west of the River Lea, Barking Road is a relatively new route, being built c.1812 ...
Jefferson Highway - History
... The original route (finalized in December 1916) on today's roads is as follows Louisiana New Orleans to Kenner From the southern terminus at Common Street, the Jefferson Highway followed St ... This route is covered by LA 611-9, LA 3261, LA 611-3, US 90, and LA 48 ... at South Claiborne Avenue was NOT part of the original route as it did not exist until 1928.) Kenner to Geismar From Kenner to Geismar, the Jefferson Highway followed alongside the ...
Rhode Island Route 403 - History - Construction of The Quonset Freeway
... Quonset Freeway began in 2000 with excavation of the route and right-of-way acquisition the project required the demolition of 13 structures, five commercial and eight residential ... Route 1 in North Kingstown, and a partial diamond interchange with West Davisville Road in Davisville ... During Phase 1's construction, traffic was maintained on the existing Route 403 (Devil's Foot Road) the only major alteration to the route was the setting of a new eastern terminus of ...
Sacramento Valley Railroad (1852–1877) - Original Route
... The original plans called for the railroad to run from Sacramento to Marysville by way of Folsom ...
Michigan Road - Today
29, originally much longer, followed the route from Madison to Bryantsburg, and from Napoleon in the south to Logansport in the north ... Indiana State Road 25 followed the original route to Rochester, Indiana ... Route 31 followed the original route from Rochester to South Bend, Indiana ...

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