State Road 89 North

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Florida State Road 89 North
The first shield and mileage sign for SR 89 north pictured when Dogwood drive was only three lanes wide. Widening of the highway to four lanes with a grassy median occurred in the early 2000s. Photo taken 11/26/99.
SR 89 passes by Six Flags Shopping Center as it begins from U.S. 90 (Caroline Street) in Milton. A new shield assembly was installed after the four-laning was completed. Photo taken 12/09/12.
A replacement mileage sign incorrectly subtracted the distance to Jay from 27 to 21 miles. The sign was replaced again after 2006 to add N.A.S. to Whiting Field. Photo taken 12/09/12.
Hamilton Bridge Road splits from Berryhill Road east of SR 89 and intersects Dogwood Drive at a traffic light. The former county road continues west to Spencer Field OLF and a number of subdivisions outside the Milton city limits. Photo taken 12/09/12.
A shield for SR 89 follows the intersection with Hamilton Bridge Road as an indicator of the former county road status of the now local road. Photo taken 12/09/12.
Berryhill Road becomes Santa Rosa County Road 184A west from SR 89 (Dogwood Drive). Photo taken 12/09/12.
County Road 184A totals 7.88 miles between SR 89 in Milton and Santa Rosa County Road 197 (Chumuckla Highway) at Pace. Berryhill Road east leads to downtown Milton. Photo taken 12/09/12.
SR 89 (Dogwood Drive) crosses over the culverted Collins Creek north of CR-184A. Photo taken 12/09/12.
Park Avenue crosses Dogwood Drive from a residential area to the west of SR 89 to Milton High School, SR 87 and Conecuh Street to the east. Photo taken 12/09/12.
Dogwood Drive continues north from Park Avenue toward Sanders Street by this reassurance marker for SR 89. Photo taken 12/09/12.
Approaching the intersection with Santa Rosa County Road 191 (Willard Norris Road west / Magnolia Street east) on SR 89 (Dogwood Drive) north near Walnut Street. Photo taken 12/09/12.
The northwest branch of CR-191 links Milton with CR-197 (Chumuckla Highway) at Wallace and NAS Whiting OLF Pace. Magnolia Street carries the County Road east from SR 89 to SR 87 (Stewart Street). Photo taken 12/09/12.
Leaving the intersection with Willard Norris Road west and Magnolia Street east along SR 89 (Dogwood Drive) north. Photo taken 12/09/12.
Dogwood Drive ends at SR 87 on the north side of Milton. Photo taken 05/03/09.
SR 87 follows Stewart Street south to U.S. 90 (Caroline Street) and downtown Milton. Stewart Street constitutes a four to five lane arterial from SR 89 south to the merge with U.S. 90 east. Photo taken 05/03/09.
Florida State Road 87 Florida State Road 89 North
SR 87 & 89 combine for 1.641 miles from north Milton to Point Baker. Photo taken 05/18/14.
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Northbound mileage sign posted for SR 87 & 89. SR 89 connects Milton with Jay, 23 miles to the northwest. SR 87 continues north and serves traffic interests to the West Gate of Naval Air Station Whiting Field in four miles. Photo taken 02/07/06. Second photo taken 11/28/09.
Approaching the split of SR 89 north from SR 87 north at Point Baker. The tandem travel a four-lane divided highway. Photo taken 05/18/14.
SR 89 angles northwest 21.79 miles to SR 4 in the town of Jay. The state road ends in 26 miles at Escambia County Road 55 in Alabama. Photo taken 05/18/14.
Florida State Road 89 North
Well beyond Point Baker and the Milton area, SR 89 travels through a mixture of open farmland and tree farms to Jay. Pictured here is the approach to Santa Rosa County Road 182 (Central School Road east) near the rural community of Allentown. CR-182 stretches 10.92 miles across the county between CR-197 at Chumuckla and State Road 87. Photo taken 10/06/12.
SR 89 continues due north to Penton Road from County Road 182. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Turning west from Penton Road, SR 89 next meets Santa Rosa County Road 178 (Old Spanish Trail). Photo taken 04/13/12.
County Road 178 ventures west from SR 87, south of Whitfield, to end at Chumuckla Highway (County Road 197) at New York. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Reassurance shield for SR 89 posted after Santa Rosa County Road 178. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Harvest Road leads west from SR 89 as the western branch of Santa Rosa County Road 164. Photo taken 04/13/12.
County Road 164 travels 3.81 miles along Harvest Road from SR 89 to County Road 197 at Brownsdale. Photo taken 10/06/12.
A mile or so separates the two branches of County Road 164 along SR 89 north. Photo taken 04/13/12.
The eastern segment of Santa Rosa County Road 164 follows Greenwood Road from SR 89 to Cobbtown, CR-399 and SR 4 near Berrydale. Photo taken 10/06/12.
Northbound SR 89 at the County Road 164 (Greenwood Road) east. CR-164 arcs 8.85 miles east to SR 4. Additional sections of County Road 164 exist in Escambia, Holmes and Jackson Counties. Photo taken 10/06/12.
Another three miles of farm land precede the city limits of Jay on SR 89 north from Greenwood Road. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Santa Rosa County Road 197 finally meets SR 89 after mirroring the trip to Jay from Pace northward. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Chumuckla Highway carries County Road 197 west and south to Brownsdale, Chumuckla, Wallace and U.S. 90 at Pace. County Road 197A ties into the highway nearby from Spring Street in Jay. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Older shields for State Roads in Santa Rosa County utilized either Highway Gothic Series A or B. County Road 197 shares an implied overlap with SR 89 northward onto Alabama Street in Jay. Photo taken 04/13/12.
SR 89 enters the city limits of Jay at Escambia Avenue. Photo taken 04/13/12.
SR 89 follows Alabama Street north to SR 4 by downtown Jay. North of SR 4, Alabama Street continues as unsigned County Road 197 to the continuation of SR 89. West from Jay, SR 4 continues to Century. Photo taken 10/06/12.
Florida State Road 4 East Florida State Road 89 North
A short 0.187 mile concurrence with SR 4 exists for SR 89 east from Alabama Street. Photo taken 05/03/09.
SR 89 splits with SR 4 east of Cherry Street and resumes a northward course toward Escambia County, Alabama. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Berrydale, Munson, and Baker lie along SR 4 east from SR 89 and Jay. The state road ends at Milligan (U.S. 90) in 36 miles. Photo taken 05/03/09.
Florida State Road 89 North
SR 89 reassurance marker posted after SR 4 in Jay. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Brewton, the Escambia County, Alabama seat, is a 15-mile drive from Jay via SR 89, County Road 55, and Alabama 41 north. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Mt. Carmel, a rural settlement 1.5 miles northeast of Jay, lies along SR 89 at County Road 399 (Tractor Trail). Photo taken 05/03/09.
Tractor Trail leads 1.86 miles south from SR 89 at Mt. Carmel to SR 4. Photo taken 05/03/09.
The northernmost stretch of County Road 399 ends at SR 89. A second segment arcs southeast from SR 4 along Country Mill Road to SR 87 at Whitfield. Photo taken 02/07/06.
Drivers pass by the final shield of SR 89 north after Tractor Trail (CR-399). Photo taken 02/07/06.
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SR 89 ends and Escambia County Road 55 (Jay Road) begins at the state line. The roadway snakes its way northeast to Riverview and Alabama 41. Note the sign changes made between 2002 and 2006. Photo taken 08/24/02. Second photo taken 02/07/06.



Photo Credits:

11/26/99, 08/24/02, 02/07/06, 05/03/09, 11/28/09, 04/13/12, 10/06/12, 12/09/12, 05/18/14 by AARoads

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Page Updated 12-10-2012.