U.S. 401's first reassurance shield, posted as U.S. 1 leaves the Exit 233 diamond interchange with Interstate 85 in north Warren County. U.S. 1 & 401 continue three miles to Wise and six miles to their split at Norlina. Photo taken 06/01/10.
Two sets of mileage signs are posted, the first for U.S. 1 with the distance to Henderson. Photo taken 06/01/12.
U.S. 401's distance sign follows with the mileage to Warrenton (junction U.S. 158 Alternate) and Louisburg. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Traveling the unnumbered connector (N.C. State Secondary 1437) between Interstate 85 (Exit 218) and U.S. 1 north and U.S. 1 Business (Garnett Street) south and U.S. 158. U.S. 1 Bypass overtakes the Henderson bypass freeway southward while U.S. 1 Business & 158 continue into Henderson via Garnett Street. Photo taken 07/12/05.
Warrenton Road (N.C. SSR 1001) travels east from U.S. 1 Business & 158 (Garnett Street) in North Henderson to a folded-diamond interchange with U.S. 1 Bypass. Photo taken 07/12/05.
U.S. 1 Bypass south at the Warrenton Road off-ramp. Warrenton Road ventures east from the freeway to Greystone to the Warren County line. Martin Luther King Boulevard continues the road to Warrenton and junction U.S. 401. Photo taken 07/12/05.
North Carolina 39 follows Andrews Avenue southeast from downtown Henderson to a diamond interchange with U.S. 1 Bypass. Areas surrounding the junction are developed with shops and industrial buildings. Photo taken 07/12/05.
Southbound U.S. 1 Bypass at the North Carolina 39 (Andrews Avenue) off-ramp. North Carolina 39 heads four miles south to Gillburg and 18 miles to Louisburg with U.S. 401. The state highway overall tallies 80 miles between Selma and the Virginia state line near Kerr Reservoir. Photo taken 07/12/05.
Shield assembly for U.S. 1 Bypass posted after the Andrews Avenue on-ramp. Americal Road travels along the northbound side as a frontage road. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Franklinton (junction North Carolina 56) is another 17 miles south on U.S. 1. Raleigh is reached in 44 miles. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Vanco Mill Road south and Old Epsom Road north interchange with U.S. 1 Bypass near South Henderson. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Vanco Mill Road veers southeast from the diamond interchange with U.S. 1 Bypass to North Carolina 39. Old Epsom Road meanders northwest to Alexander Avenue in Henderson. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Distribution centers and other large industrial businesses occupy lands adjacent to the U.S. 1 Bypass service road system. Facet and Martin Creek Roads represent the frontage roads along side the freeway. Photo taken 07/12/05.
One half mile north of the Bearpond Road diamond interchange along U.S. 1 Bypass southbound. Bearpond Road is the last Henderson area exit. Photo taken 07/12/05.
Bearpond Road travels a short distance west to U.S. 1 Business (Raleigh Road) at Lynnbank Road. Eastward the road angles southeast to Gillburg Road south of North Carolina 39. Photo taken 07/12/05.
U.S. 1 Bypass transitions from a freeway into an at-grade divided highway beyond the U.S. 1 Business (Raleigh Road) half-diamond interchange. U.S. 1 Bypass also reverts to U.S. 1. Photo taken 07/12/05.
U.S. 1 Business travels Raleigh Road through Gill while U.S. 1 bypasses to the west. Franklinton and Raleigh remain a 12 and 39-mile drive respectively. Photo taken 07/12/05.
Edwards Road travels south from Lynnbank Road across U.S. 1 to U.S. 1 Business (Raleigh Road) before this reassurance shield. Photo taken 07/12/05.
U.S. 1 Business returns to U.S. 1 south of Lake Lodge Road. The loop travels along side the CSX Railroad north to Chavis Road and the rural community of Gill. Photo taken 07/12/05.
U.S. 1 continues south toward Kittrell on the ten-mile drive to Franklintown. First photo taken 07/12/05. Second photo taken 07/12/05.
U.S. 1 southbound within the village of Kittrell in southern Vance County. The four-lane divided highway transitions into a five-lane roadway through town. Pictured here is a southbound shield posted before Kittrell Vance Avenue. Photo taken 07/12/05.
Continuing south from Kittrell, U.S. 1 again widens into a rural four-lane divided highway and approaches the Tar River. Photo taken 01/02/08.
The Tar River represents the Franklin County line. U.S. 1 maintains its rural feel southward toward Franklinton. Photo taken 07/12/05.
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