Highway 92

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Wyoming Highway 92 originates in Goshen County along U.S. 85, south of the city of Torrington and just north of the intersection with WYO 154 west. The 2017 WyoDOT Maintenance Section Reference Book lists WYO 92 as 15.265 miles long, with a 1.193 mile overlap along U.S. 85. The rural highway takes a stair stepped route south and east to Huntley and Lyman, Nebraska. The multi-state route extends east across the Cornhusker State to Scottsbluff and Omaha, and ultimately northern Illinois.

Wyoming Highway 92 East
This is the first reassurance shield for Wyoming 92, a multi-state route that extends from Torrington, Wyoming, east to La Moille, Illinois, through Nebraska and Iowa on an alignment roughly parallel to U.S. 30. Photo taken 09/04/04.
This mileage sign provides the distance to Huntley and Lyman, Nebraska, as Wyoming 92 winds its way through farmlands toward the Cornhusker State. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Most of the land along Wyoming 92 is arable and irrigated. The state route meanders around lot lines and parcels as it passes through the farmland. The North Platte River valley is suitable for farming unlike most other land in the Equality State of Wyoming. The settlement of Huntley is just ahead; this is the only community along the extant section of Wyoming 92. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Eastbound Wyoming 92 approaches Wyoming 161, which travels west back toward U.S. 85 and Yoder. Photo taken 09/04/04.
After Wyoming 161, eastbound Wyoming 92 continues south, then turns east again toward Nebraska. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Traffic counts along Wyoming 92 are fairly low. Corn fields and grain elevators dot the landscape. Photo taken 09/04/04.
The next major intersection along Wyoming 92 east is with Wyoming 158 south toward Table Mountain. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Eastbound Wyoming 92 approaches Wyoming 158. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Wyoming 158 leads toward the Table Mountain Wildlife Habitat Management Area. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Wyoming 92 continues east toward Nebraska. This is the final approach toward the Cornhusker State, and the last reassurance shield. Photo taken 09/04/04.
A large power line transmission corridor passes overhead as Wyoming 92 advances east. Photo taken 09/04/04.
A state outline of Nebraska was painted on this old billboard preceding the state line. Photo taken 09/04/04.
Eastbound Wyoming 92 exits the Equality State of Wyoming and enters the Cornhusker State of Nebraska. N-92 continues east toward Scotts Bluff National Monument and the Heartland Expressway (N-71) Photo taken 09/04/04.

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09/04/04 by AARoads

Page Updated 06-05-2018.