Miscellaneous Pictures

U.S. Highway 460
U.S. 460 (Veterans Memorial Highway) leaves Interstate 77 (Exit 9) and meets West Virginia 104 (Ambrose Lane) and West Virginia State Secondary 27/3. Ambrose Lane serves an array of travel services south of U.S. 460 and connects with Oakvale Road (old U.S. 460) to the north. West Virginia 104 travels Oakvale Road west to Rogers Street and junction West Virginia 20. Photo taken 06/17/05.
West Virginia 104 loops through the city of Princeton north of U.S. 460, which primarily bypasses the city to the south. Connections with West Virginia 20 north lead drivers eight miles to Athens and 17 miles to Pipestem and Pipestem Resort State Park. West Virginia 104 otherwise continues to U.S. 19 in downtown. Photo taken 06/17/05.
West Virginia 16
West Virginia 16 (Robert C. Byrd Drive) descends from the trumpet interchange with Interstates 64 & 77 (West Virginia Turnpike) into the town of Mabscott and city of Beckley. The four-lane divided highway sees off-ramps ahead with Depot Street and City Avenue. Photo taken 06/17/05.
Northbound reassurance shield posted on the descent into Mabscott. West Virginia 16 enters Mabscott from Sophia and Crab Orchard as a four-lane highway with West Virginia 97. West Virginia 97 ends at the West Virginia Turnpike interchange. Photo taken 06/17/05.
A folded-diamond interchange joins West Virginia 16 with Depot Street west and City Avenue north. City Avenue acts as a business loop to West Virginia 16 through Mabscott. Depot Street stems northwest to Whitestick Avenue. Photo taken 06/17/05.
West Virginia 104
West Virginia 104 (Ambrose Lane) ventures east from Princeton along Oakvale Road, the original alignment of U.S. 460 from Rogers Street to junction U.S. 460 at West Virginia State Secondary 27/3. U.S. 460 (Veterans Memorial Highway) interchanges with Interstate 77 (Exit 9) nearby. Photo taken 06/17/05.

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2005-06-17 by AARoads

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