Baldwin Beach Express North

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Baldwin Beach Express north
County Road 28 south ties into the signalized intersection between the Foley Beach Express and south end of the Baldwin Beach Express. The Baldwin Beach Express replaced the next half mile of CR 28 South to CR 28 west. Photo taken 11/21/14.
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Baldwin Beach Express leads north with four lanes from County Road 28 south and the Foley Beach Express through eastern reaches of the Summerdale town limits. Photos taken 11/21/14.
Approaching the westbound beginning of Baldwin County 28 on the Baldwin Beach Express north. This intersection originally joined the north-south component of County Road 28 with the east-west leg of the highway. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin County 28 ventures west from the Baldwin Beach Express 1.3 miles to Alabama 59 and overall to Baldwin County 9 at Marlow. An unnamed road spurs east from the expressway as well. Photo taken 11/21/14.
The Baldwin Beach Express overlaid Engel and Eagle Roads one mile north to County Road 32. CR 32 travels east through vastly rural areas to end at CC Road and west across the Fish River to Point Clear on Mobile Bay. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Small guide signs represent reassurance markers throughout the length of the Baldwin Beach Express. This assembly follows the intersection with County Road 32. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Northbound motorists see a number of trailblazers directing traffic to Interstate 10 as well. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Fred Dugger Road ties into the Baldwin Beach Express from Sanborn Avenue in Summerdale ahead of this I-10 trailblazer. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin Beach Express spans Negro Creek just ahead of County Road 34. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin County 34 stems west from the Baldwin Beach Express and Lehman Road to Broadway into the heart of Summerdale. Photo taken 11/21/14.
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Baldwin Beach Express reassurance marker and I-10 trailblazer posted along the rural stretch north of CR 34. Speed limits are posted at 55 miles per hour throughout the 12.8-mile route. Photos taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin Beach Express kinks slightly west ahead of the intersection with County Road 36 (Greenwood Road). Photo taken 11/21/14.
County Road 36 (Greenwood Road) spurs west four miles to Davis Road through northern reaches of Summerdale. Eastward the rural route passes by NAS Whiting OLF Summerdale en route to CR 38 near the Blackwater River. Photo taken 11/21/14.
A number of residential driveways tie into the Baldwin Beach Express between County Roads 36 and 38 South as the divided highway overlaid former CR 83 from Greenwood Road northward to Silverhill Avenue. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Another trailblazer for I-10 appears after the intersection with Baldwin County 38 South and Dubose Road. CR 38 South takes a stair stepped route east to NAS Whiting OLF Summerdale and CR 38 at Brown Lane. Photo taken 11/21/14.
A half mile further north along the Baldwin Beach Express, drivers reach the Baldwin County 38 main branch. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin County Road 38 runs east parallel to Waterhole Branch and the Blackwater River to County Road 87 south of Elsanor. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Continuing north from CR 38 along the Baldwin Beach Express. Photo taken 11/21/14.
The four lane highway spans western reaches of Waterhole Branch next. Photo taken 11/21/14.
A half mile further north, Baldwin Beach Express approaches County Road 48. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin County Road 48 spurs east 1.5 miles. Westbound leads three miles to Alabama 59 at Sawyer Road in south Robertsdale. Photo taken 11/21/14.
A handful of additional drive ways tie into the Baldwin Beach Express between CR 48 and Bengston Road. Photo taken 11/21/14.
County Road 50 shields appear ahead of the Baldwin Beach Express intersection with Berner Road west and Bengston Road east. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Bengston Road spurs east through farm land 1.25 miles to a dead end. Berner Road extends the road west as County Road 50 to Alabama 59 in Robertsdale. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Original County Road 83 turned west in one half mile onto Silverhill Avenue west. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Silverhill Avenue doubles as Alabama 104 west of Alabama 59. Signs on the Baldwin Beach Express erroneously refer to the route east of AL 59 as part of the state route. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Alabama 104 runs 10.77 miles west from Alabama 59 in Robertsdale to Silverhill and U.S. 98 in Fairhope. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin Beach Express continues north from Silverhill Avenue on a new alignment across Rock Creek. Photo taken 11/21/14.
The Robertsdale city limits extend east to encompass a portion of the Baldwin Beach Express north of Rock Creek. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Spanning the Blackwater River along Baldwin Beach Express north. The 30.3-mile river flows southeast from near Loxley into the Perdido River near Lillian. There is a second Blackwater River in Alabama that flows south along the Escambia and Covington County line into Northwest Florida. Photo taken 11/21/14.
The June 19, 2014-opened section of the Baldwin Beach Express ties into the 2010-upgraded portion of County Road 83 at U.S. 90 east of Robertsdale. Photo taken 11/21/14.
U.S. 90 travels a rural route east to Elsanor, Seminole and Beulah, Florida. Westward the US highway combines with Alabama 59 north from Robertsdale to Loxley. Photo taken 11/21/14.
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Baldwin Beach Express again replaced County Road 83 north from U.S. 90. The divided highway crosses Davis Branch within a half mile. Photos taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin County 62 crosses paths with the Baldwin Beach Express (County Road 83) on an east-west trajectory between County Road 71 and J.A. Racine Road. Photo taken 05/21/14.
County Road 62 ends 1.5 miles to the west at County Road 69. Eastward the route angles south 4.2 miles to end at U.S. 90. Photo taken 05/21/14.
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Curving away from the original County Road 83 alignment, the Baldwin Beach Express nears the intersection with County Road 64. Photos taken 11/21/14.
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County Road 64 leads west to Loxley and east to Exit 53 of Interstate 10. Photos taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin Beach Express continues northwest and replaced Campbell Road, a previously unpaved farm road between CR 64 and CR 68. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Oakdale Road ties into the Baldwin Beach Express east from the County Road 64 curve toward I-10. This shield assembly follows. Photo taken 11/25/14.
County Road 68 ventures east from Alabama 59 and Loxley to combine with the Baldwin Beach Express north to I-10. Photo taken 11/21/14.
A new frontage road was constructed for future development east from the Baldwin Beach Express north at CR 68 west. CR 68 is a rural route paralleling CR 64 one mile to the north otherwise. Photo taken 11/21/14.
The diamond interchange with Interstate 10 spreads into view along County Road 68 east and the Baldwin Beach Express north. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Drivers reach the eastbound on-ramp for Interstate 10 to Pensacola. One exit exists in the next 22 miles. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Crossing I-10 along the original CR 68 overpass, the Baldwin Beach Express nears the westbound on-ramp for Mobile. Photo taken 11/21/14.
Baldwin County 68 turns east just north of I-10 and the Baldwin Beach Express end to partition with a north branch en route to the Styx River. I-10 west continues five miles to Alabama 59 at Loxley and 11 miles to eastern Spanish Fort and Daphne. Photo taken 11/21/14.



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05/21/14, 11/21/14, 11/25/14 by AARoads

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U.S. 90

Page Updated 12-02-2014.