U.S. 67 North - Clinton & Jackson Counties

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U.S. 67 north
U.S. 67 turns from Washington Boulevard onto Lincoln Way to overlap with U.S. 30 east for 3.3 miles to Downtown Clinton. Photo taken 12/21/09.
U.S. 30 east & 67 north
Traveling northeast along the couplet of Liberty Avenue and Lincoln Way, U.S. 30/67 through Clinton is part the Great River Road National Scenic Byway. The Mississippi River Trail runs along the east side of Liberty Avenue on this stretch. Photo taken 03/12/17.
The separate directions of U.S. 30/67 on Liberty Avenue north and Lincoln Way south converge just beyond South 5th Street. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 30 & 67 partition again into a one-way couplet, with northbound following 11th Avenue South and southbound taking South 4th Street from 8th Avenue South. Photo taken 03/12/17.
The last set of confirming markers for U.S. 30 east & 67 north stand along the curve from 11th Avenue South onto South 3rd Street ahead of Downtown Clinton. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Approaching the north split of U.S. 30/67 on South 3rd Street. U.S. 30 westbound uses 8th Avenue South one block to connect with U.S. 67 southbound on South 4th Street. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Spanning the Gateway Bridge across the Mississippi River, U.S. 30 ventures 13 miles east to Morrison, Illinois. Bellevue lies 38 miles to the north along U.S. 52. Historically U.S. 67 combines with U.S. 52 north to the Jackson County city. Photo taken 03/12/17.
The Gateway Bridge provides one of two links to Fulton, Illinois from Clinton Iowa. U.S. 67 enters Downtown just north of U.S. 30 and continues 1.9 miles to Iowa 136 at the Mark Morris Memorial Bridge, the other Mississippi River crossing. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 north
South 3rd Street leads U.S. 67 one block north from the separation with U.S. 30 to 7th Avenue South. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 dog legs east one block on 7th Avenue South to South 2nd Street north for the Riverfront, Downtown and Lyons Districts of the city. Photo taken 03/12/17.
3rd Street forms a one-way couplet with 4th Street north from U.S. 67 (7th Avenue South) to 17th Avenue North. Two-way traffic ensues from there to the north split of U.S. 67 and Iowa 136 on Main Avenue. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Confirming marker posted for U.S. 67 north after the turn from South 3rd Street by Clinton City Hall. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Approaching South 2nd Street on U.S. 67 (7th Avenue South) north. This stretch of U.S. 67 also doubles as the Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway. Photo taken 03/12/17.
2nd Street constitutes a four-lane boulevard taking U.S. 67 north through the heart of Downtown Clinton. Photo taken 03/12/17.
7th Avenue South extends east to Veterans Memorial Drive (1st Street) north and the Clinton riverfront. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Heading away from Downtown Clinton along U.S. 67 (North 2nd Street) north at 12th Avenue North. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Iowa 136, a multi state route east to Fulton, Illinois and west to Delmar, combines with U.S. 67 at the succeeding traffic light from the Mark Morris Memorial Bridge. Photo taken 03/12/17.
19th Avenue North leads Iowa 136 east to the Mark Morris Memorial Bridge and 14th Avenue south of Downtown Fulton. Illinois 136 extends 3.2 miles from the state line to U.S. 30. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 & Iowa 136 north
U.S. 67 & Iowa 136 combine ahead of a lane drop along North 2nd Street at 20th Avenue North in the Lyons District of Clinton. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Entering the Lyons District commercial center, U.S. 67 & Iowa 136 turn west from North 2nd Street to Main Avenue. Main Avenue east to the Mississippi River is the historic alignment of U.S. 30 and the Lincoln Highway, where the Lyons-Fulton Bridge connected with 10th Avenue in Fulton, Illinois. Photo taken 03/12/17.
2nd Street extends north into the Lyons District residential street grid as U.S. 67 / Iowa 136 shift west three blocks to North 3rd Street. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 & Iowa 136 north reassurance markers posted between North 2nd Street and Pershing Boulevard. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Iowa 136 remains along Main Avenue west beyond the forthcoming split with U.S. 67 north at 3rd Street. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 and the Great River Road travel through northern reaches of Clinton on a 14-mile drive to Iowa 64 near Sabula. Photo taken 03/12/17.
An array of Eagle Flatback signals operate at Main Avenue and North 2nd Street in Clinton. Iowa 136 ventures northwest from the city 13 miles to Goose Lake and 18 miles to Charlotte. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 north
The four-lane section of North 3rd Street ends as U.S. 67 accompanies the route north from Main Avenue and Iowa 136. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Milepost 41 for U.S. 67 north stands at 3rd Street and 28th Avenue North in the Lyons District. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 (North 3rd Street) at 31st Avenue North in Clinton. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Another shield assembly for U.S. 67 appears along North 3rd Street in Clinton at 35th Avenue North. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 curves westward by Eagle Point Park as the original alignment of 3rd Street branches north. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Stockwell Lane heads north from Iowa 136 (Main Avenue) east to U.S. 67 and Eagle Point Park ahead of this reassurance marker. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Still within the Clinton city limits, U.S. 67 north crosses Deer Creek. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Posted just beyond the Clinton city limits, a mileage sign references Sabula (13 miles) just beyond the north end of U.S. 67, and Bellevue and Dubuque, destinations formerly along U.S. 67 when it overlapped with U.S. 52 north. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Great River Road National Scenic Byway trailblazer north of Deer Creek Road on U.S. 67. Photo taken 03/12/17.
180th Street east ends at U.S. 67 ahead of this northbound shield. Photo taken 03/12/17.
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The two-lane concrete roadway lowers into a broad agricultural valley to 170th Street. Photos taken 03/12/17.
Northbound U.S. 67 at milepost 47, past both Silver Creek and 149th Street. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 intersects the east end of County Road E50 (140th Street) at the settlement of Almont. Photo taken 03/12/17.
The rural city of Andover lies three miles west of U.S. 67 along CR Z50 (432nd Avenue) north of CR E50 (140th Street). Photo taken 03/12/17.
Continuing north from Almont on U.S. 67. Photo taken 03/12/17.
135th Street stems east from U.S. 67 to the DME Railroad siding of Elk River Junction ahead of this shield marker. Photo taken 03/12/17.
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Shifting east from 460th Avenue, U.S. 67 navigates along a broad S-curve to cross the Elk River. Photos taken 03/12/17.
Advancing north from 110th Street on U.S. 67 in Elk River township. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Angling northwest, U.S. 67 crosses the Jackson County line west of Big Cook Island on the Mississippi River. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 winds through a mix of farm and timber land on the 2.5 mile drive from the Clinton County line to Iowa 64 in Union township. Photo taken 03/12/17.
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Approaching Iowa 64 on U.S. 67 north. The two meet at a rural T intersection a half mile west of U.S. 52. Photos taken 03/12/17.
Iowa 64 is a multi-state route traveling 200 miles overall from Anamosa, Iowa to Chicago, Illinois. Within Jackson County, the state highway joins Sabula with the cities of Miles and Preston. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 north & Iowa 64 combine and lower 70 feet in elevation to U.S. 52 outside Sabula. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 north & Iowa 64 east
The last confirming marker for U.S. 67 appears along side Iowa 64 as the two routes advance east toward the Mississippi River. Photo taken 03/12/17.
Milepost 55 follows as the last along the 1,560 mile highway. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 concludes just west of Sabula Lakes and the city of Sabula at U.S. 52. Photo taken 03/12/17.
U.S. 67 continued with U.S. 52 north from Iowa 64 to Bellevue and Dubuque between 1934 and 1967.1 Photo taken 03/12/17.
Iowa 64 combines with U.S. 52 east from the northern terminus of U.S. 67 through Sabula and across the Dale Gardner Veterans Memorial Bridge over the Mississippi River to Savanna, Illinois. Photo taken 03/12/17.
This end shield assembly for U.S. 67 was installed in October 2016. Photo taken 03/12/17.


 

Sources:

  1. End of US highway 67. USEnds.com.


Photo Credits:

    12/21/09 by AARoads. 03/12/17 by AARoads and Bill Gatchel.

Connect with:
U.S. 30
U.S. 52
Iowa 64
Iowa 136

Page Updated 05-16-2018.