Route 92 East - I-88 to Henry County

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Illinois Route 92 East
Illinois 92 joins 38th Avenue North from Interstate 88 just ahead of Joslin. Photo taken 03/12/17.
51.3 miles of IL 92 remain east to U.S. 34 near La Moille. U.S. 34 enters Downtown Mendota nine miles beyond the state route end. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Populated with a handful of homes and a Tyson Fresh Meats plant, Joslin is an unincorporated community along IL 92 at the BNSF Railroad and CR X (286th Street North) in far eastern Rock Island County. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Milepost 52 precedes the rural intersection with County Road W (307th Street North). Photo taken 03/12/17.
Reassurance marker east of CR W (307th Street North) and north of Joslin Slough. Photo taken 03/12/17.
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A 1,120.5 foot long bridge carries Illinois 92 across the Rock River into Henry County. The span was built in 1997.1 Photos taken 03/12/17.
Advancing 1.4 miles east into Henry County, Illinois 92 approaches the north end of Illinois 82. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Illinois 82 ventures 7.5 miles south to merge with U.S. 6 east in the city of Geneseo. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Measuring 28.8 miles, IL 82 travels entirely within Henry County, from IL 92 south to Geneseo, Cambridge and IL 17 near Nekoma. Photo taken 03/12/17.
East from IL 82, IL 92 bee lines across an agricultural plain through Phenix township. Photo taken 03/12/17.
11 miles separate the north end of IL 82 from the IL 92 overlap with IL 78 near Hoopole. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Henry County milepost 2 for IL 92 erroneously references the state route as IL 91. Photo taken 03/12/17.
County Road 6 (Hillsdale Road) comprises part of a route leading five miles northwest from IL 92 to the village of Hillsdale. CR 6 becomes CR 24 in southwest Whiteside County, which links with CR V in Rock Island County to Hillsdale. Photo taken 03/12/17.
County Road 6 stems 2.1 miles north from IL 92 along Hillsdale Road to the Whiteside County line. County Road 24 (Chase Road / Hurd Road) extends the route north another 2.1 miles to the Rock River. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Illinois 92 continues east from CR 6 (Hillsdale Road) and East 1520th Street toward Black Diamond Road. Photo taken 03/12/17.
County Road 1 branches northeast from Illinois 92 along Black Diamond Road to County Road 3 (Spring Hill Road) in Whiteside County. CR 3 heads northeast from there to Prophetstown. Photo taken 03/12/17.
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IL 92 plies across farm land east from Black Diamond Road into Loraine township. Photos taken 03/12/17.
Grange Road navigates along a stair stepped route northeast from Geneseo to intersect Illinois 92 ahead of this shield assembly. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Atkinson Road bee lines 9.5 miles south from Illinois 92 to U.S. 6 in the town of Atkinson. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Advancing east from Atkinson Road on Illinois 92. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Four miles east of Atkinson Road, IL 92 meets IL 78 south. Photo taken 03/12/17.
South from IL 92, IL 78 travels the height of Henry County, linking the nearby village of Hooppole (2 miles) with the town of Annawan (11 miles) and city of Kewannee (22 miles). Photo taken 03/12/17.
IL 92 dog legs north alongside IL 78 for its continuation east to Yorktown in Bureau County. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Illinois Route 78 North Illinois Route 92 North
IL 78 north & 92 east overlap for 0.9 miles from 2800th Avenue to 2900th Avenue. Photo taken 03/12/17.
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IL 78 and 92 part ways at a rural T-intersection in Yorktown township. Photos taken 03/12/17.
Resuming an eastward course, Illinois 92 crosses into Bureau County in four miles and intersects IL 40 in 13 miles. Mendota lies 43 miles to the east in La Salle County. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Illinois 78 continues north from Illinois 92 one mile to the Whiteside County line and seven miles to the city of Prophetstown. Photo taken 03/12/17.

  1. IL 92 over ROCK RIVER.

Photo Credits:

03/12/17 by AARoads and Bill Gatchel

Connect with:
Interstate 88
Route 78
Route 82

Page Updated 05-16-2018.

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