U.S. 41 North - Oconto County

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U.S. 41 north
First reassurance sign for U.S. 41 north posted after U.S. 141. The US roadway travels along a ridge between the Pensaukee River and Brookside Creek. Photo taken 03/03/16.
The freeway ends here and U.S. 41 becomes an expressway. Private driveways also tie into four-lane highway from here northward. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Approaching CTH-J on U.S. 41 north outside the community of Brookside. The country trunk highway travels the height of Oconto County to Marinette County. Photo taken 03/03/16.
County J continues south from Little Suamico into Brown County to intersect with County EB. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Confirming marker for U.S. 41 posted as the highway leaves CTH-J and turns northeast. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Continuing north on U.S. 41 through wooded areas to the south of the Pensaukee River. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Brookside Cemetery Road east and County SS west come together at U.S. 41 west of Pensaukee. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Oconto County SS travels just 1.6 miles between U.S. 41 and CTH-S in Pensaukee. A portion of the route is the pre-expressway alignment of U.S. 41. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Approaching the county seat of Oconto, U.S. 41 upgrades to a freeway bypass. Forthcoming Business U.S. 41 follows the pre bypass route of U.S. 41 along Smith Avenue. The bypass was completed in 2009. Photo taken 03/03/16.
A wye interchange (Exit 197) takes Business U.S. 41 northeast from the U.S. 41 freeway. Northbound re entry can be accessed at either Wis 22 or the north end of the business route. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Wis 22 ends at U.S. 41 and Exit 198 in one mile. The eastern terminus was moved about a mile to the west when the bypass opened. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Crossing the Oconto River along U.S. 41 north. The 57-mile river flows east from the confluence of north and south branches at Suring to Green Bay at the city of Oconto. Photo taken 03/03/16.
Entering the dumbbell interchange with Wis 22 west and County Y (Charles Street) east. County Y travels through Downtown Oconto to loop northeast along the west shore of Green Bay. Wis 22 travels 172 miles overall in a diagonal route southwest to Shawano. Waupaca, Wautoma, Montello and U.S. 51 north of the Madison area. Photo taken 03/03/16.



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03/03/16 by Peter Johnson

Page Updated 04-19-2016.