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Author Topic: The original plan for the New England routes in New York east of the Hudson  (Read 2739 times)

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http://books.google.com/books?id=HKU_AQAAMAAJ&pg=RA2-PA84
30 south from Fairhaven, VT to NYC
4 to 30 at Dobbs Ferry
3 to NYC
I haven't looked in detail; there may be other changes from the final plan in New England.
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22 wasn't part of the plan? It's north-south, and the number wasn't used elsewhere.
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Quote from: NE2
I haven't looked in detail; there may be other changes from the final plan in New England.

Two I've noticed in Vermont:

- No 18 west of St. Johnsbury
- 11 to Rutland instead of Manchester
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