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Author Topic: OLD ROUTE 80 signed in Texas, circa 2003?  (Read 1392 times)

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OLD ROUTE 80 signed in Texas, circa 2003?
« on: April 16, 2013, 01:26:26 PM »

in August of 2003, I remember seeing a sign for OLD ROUTE 80, on one of the business loops.  I think near Stanton.  but, alas, at the time I did not pay any mind to it.

I've only seen photos of OLD ROUTE 66 signage.  the 80 I remember was exactly the same form factor.  anyone got a photo of this?

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Re: OLD ROUTE 80 signed in Texas, circa 2003?
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2013, 11:12:39 PM »

in August of 2003, I remember seeing a sign for OLD ROUTE 80, on one of the business loops.  I think near Stanton.  but, alas, at the time I did not pay any mind to it.

I've only seen photos of OLD ROUTE 66 signage.  the 80 I remember was exactly the same form factor.  anyone got a photo of this?



Abilene has a few blade (street) signs, but I've not seen any "Old Route" signs.
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