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Orange County S-19


Orange County S-19 south
CR S-19 (Live Oak Canyon Road) arcs east from CR S-18 (El Toro / Santiago Canyon Roads) and Cooks Corner into Live Oak Canyon. Photo taken 03/09/08.
Live Oak Canyon Road meanders east and then south three miles to O'Neill Park. Photo taken 03/09/08.
O'Neill Regional Park includes areas to the west of CR S-19 and along the mostly dry Arroyo Trabuco. Photo taken 03/09/08.
Orange County S-19 shifts northeast onto Trabuco Canyon Road from the entrance to O'Neill Regional Park. Photo taken 03/09/08.
Santiago Peak rises prominently in this scene looking northeast along Trabuco Canyon Road. The summit lies at the corner of Riverside and Orange Counties. Photo taken 03/09/08.
CR S-19 (Trabuco Canyon Road) spans the Arroyo Trabuco over an Arizona crossing bridge. Photo taken 03/09/08.
A glimpse at Santiago Peak [Old Saddleback] (el. 5,687 feet) from Trabuco Canyon Road as it navigates through a horseshoe curve to the immediate east Arroyo Trabuco. Photo taken 03/09/08.
Suburbia spreads along the south side of County Road S-19. CR S-19 comes to an abrupt and unsigned end at the forthcoming turn of Trabuco Canyon Road onto Plano Trabuco Road south. Photo taken 03/09/08.
Plano Trabuco Road leads south to Santa Margarita Parkway west toward Ladera Ranch and Dove Canyon Drive east to Coto de Caza. Photo taken 03/09/08.



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2008-03-09 by AARoads

Page Updated 08-16-2017.

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