State Trunk Highway 29 East - Bellevue to Kewaunee

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U.S. 141 South Trunk Highway 29 East
STH-29 east parts ways with U.S. 141 (Main Street) south for the city of Kewaunee along Lake Michigan just outside Bellevue. Photo taken 05/30/11.
Wis 29 ends 21.1 miles to the east at Wis 42 while U.S. 141 continues another 0.6 miles to end at Interstate 43. Photo taken 05/30/11.
Wis 29 East
A sharp curve follows the the at-grade CN Railroad crossing after Wis 29 departs U.S. 141. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 (Kewaunee Road) crosses the CN Railroad in the original section of Bellevue. Photo taken 08/14/16.
The first confirming marker for Wis 29 east of U.S. 141 stands at Huron Road. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 becomes rural as the speed limit increases. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Pilsen in Kewaunee County, lies ten miles east of Bellevue. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Entering the Town of Eaton Photo taken 08/14/16.
County QQ is a short highway that connects Wis 29 with County V and County N. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Entering Poland Photo taken 08/14/16.
CTH T crosses Wis 29 (Kewaunee Road) south of Humboldt at Poland. Photo taken 08/14/16.
County T travels north to New Franken and south to Denmark, Maribel and Kellnersville to an eventual end at U.S. 10 in Manitowoc County. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Leaving Poland, Wis 29 resumes across agricultural areas. Photo taken 08/14/16.
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Mainly a rural roadway, County P ends at a diamond interchange with Wis 57 near Dykesville to the north and at County R to the south. Photos taken 08/14/16.
STH 29 crosses into Kewaunee County one mile east of CTH P at Henrysville. Photo taken 08/14/16.
County V ties into Wis 29 one mile east of the Brown County line. County V heads south to County KB at Curran. Photo taken 08/14/16.
An implied concurrency takes County V east along side Wis 29 one mile to Pilson. Typically county roads are not cosigned with state trunk highways. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Entering Pilsen Photo taken 08/14/16.
Large churches are common in rural Wisconsin. Photo taken 08/14/16.
County V branches four miles north to County N at Neuern from Wis 29 at Elm Road in Pilsen. Photo taken 08/14/16.
County AB goes to Luxemburg and Mishicot. It was Wis 163 until 1998. Photo taken 08/14/16.
The pork chops are evidence that County AB was a state trunk highway with the upgraded intersection design. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Nine miles of STH 29 to Kewaunee remain east of CTH AB. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 east at Hrabik Road. Rustic roads provide scenic routes throughout the state on mainly town roads. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 east at Krok Creek. Photo taken 08/14/16.
CTH B intersects STH 29 one mile north of East Krok and a mile south of CTH F east to Bruemmer Park. Photo taken 08/14/16.
County B extends south to Tisch Mills along the Manitowoc County line and north to County C. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Weather siren along Wis 29 east of Townhall Road. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Birchwood Road leads north from Wis 29 to the small community of Birchwood. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 turns northeast toward Kewaunee at Angle Road. Photo taken 08/14/16.
The south branch of County C provides a cut off from Wis 29 east to Wis 42 south. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Entering the city of Kewaunee Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 east to Wis 42 leads boaters to the Kewaunee Marina. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 overtakes Ellis Street from the north branch of County C in Kewaunee. County C heads northwest to Wis 54 at Casco. Photo taken 08/14/16.
The final confirming marker for Wis 29 stands east of County C along Ellis Street. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Lake Michigan becomes visible as the Wis 29 (Ellis Street) descends at 1st Street. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Wis 29 drops 100 feet in elevation from CTH C to the east end at Wis 42 (Milwaukee Street). Photo taken 08/14/16.
State Trunk Highway 42 runs along the western shoreline of Lake Michigan, connecting Kewaunee with Algoma and Sturgeon Bay to the north and Two Rivers and Manitowoc to the south. Photo taken 08/14/16.
Ellis Street extends two blocks east from the end of Wis 29 at Wis 42 to Kewaunee Lighthouse and the mouth of the Kewaunee River. Photo taken 08/14/16.



Photo Credits:

    05/30/11 by AARoads. 08/14/16 by Peter Johnson.

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State Trunk Highway 42

Page Updated 10-30-2019.