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  • Highway History: United States Federal Highway Administration page with a collection of various auto trail, U.S. highway, and Interstates histories, some from older FHWA publications, as well as other related information.
  • North American Auto Trails: Catalog of auto trails from the United States and Canada in the 1910s and 1920s; includes route markers and current numbers.
  • A Few Ghostation and Ghostroad Pix: Description and photos of former US 80 through California and Arizona including the old plank road.
  • Columbia River Highway: Scans of photos from a book and transcriptions of their captions of this highway in northern Oregon.
  • Dixie Highway: Guide to this eastern U.S. highway system of the early 1900s.
  • El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail: Management plans and interactive maps about this trail which traverses the country of Mexico and the U.S. state of New Mexico.
  • Great Platte River Road Archway Monument: Structure built over I-80 in Nebraska, U.S., commemorating the old wagon trail. Virtual tour included.
  • Historic Auto Trails of Massachusetts: History and photographs from the ones in the western part of the state and nearby areas.
  • Historic Columbia River Highway: Site covering the routing in Oregon, U.S. along the river in the general location of modern US 30 and Interstate 84. Includes activity information, pictures, postcards and ephemera scans.
  • Interregional Highways: Early plans for systems in the United States, some implemented, some not.
  • New England Interstate Highways of the 1920s: Route log of the system that predated the U.S. highway system.
  • Oregon Trail: The Trail West: Detailed information about trail from Oregon to Missouri.
  • Pete's Road Page: Contains articles on Northwest Indiana, U.S., roads such as the Dunes Highway, the Chicago-Detroit Post Road, and the Lincoln Highway. Includes maps.
  • Route 40 - National Road: Guide to the first federally-funded road in the U.S. (1800s) and the route which followed it later (US 40).
  • The Yellowstone Trail: Guide to the old highway along the northern tier of the United States.
  • Travel on the Old National Road: Activity page containing articles and links regarding this U.S. road, now mostly US 40. Part of an educational website about Abraham Lincoln.
  • Travel the Bozeman Trail: A gold-rush trail cutting through the hunting grounds of the Northern Plains Indians in Montana and Wyoming, U.S.
  • US Historic 40: Documents the alignment of old US 40 in California from Sacramento eastward.


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