County Road 4110 follows a 1.87 mile section of Old New York Avenue west of DeLand. Old New York Avenue is the former alignment of Florida 44.


County Road 4110 east
Old New York Avenue (former CR 4110) stems east from a boat ramp parking area below the Whitehair Bridge (SR 44) along the St. Johns River. Photo taken 02/17/08.
County Road 4110 west
Volusia County 4110 (Old New York Avenue) branches southwest from Florida 44 at Hazen Road. Pictured here is the first reassurance shield. Photo taken 07/03/08.
One of the functions of Volusia County 4110 is to connect the city of DeLand with the DeLand Amtrak Station. Photo taken 07/03/08.
CR 4125 leads south from the unsigned end of CR 4110 (Old New York Avenue) to Lake Beresford along Hontoon Road. Photo taken 07/03/08.
Old New York Avenue continues west from CR 4125 (Hontoon Road) south as an unnumbered road. CR 4125 leads 3.23 miles south to Hontoon Island State Park via River Ridge Road. Photo taken 07/03/08.
Old New York Avenue rendezvous with Florida 44 (New York Avenue) at the Whitehair Bridge over the St. Johns River. The road splits into two frontage roads that converge with Florida 44 east of the span. Photo taken 07/03/08.
Looking west at the Whitehair Bridge, a draw span carrying SR 44 into Lake County. Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Fay in August 2008 inundated this area with up to five feet of water. Photo taken 07/03/08.



Photo Credits:

02/17/08, 07/03/08 by AARoads

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Page Updated 10-05-2017.