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Topic: highway

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Pennsylvania's great highway and its tributary lines.

Map of the northeastern United States showing drainage, some relief by hachures, cities and towns, the Sunbury and Erie Railroad, and connecting lines.

Map showing the railroad and highway bridge over the Missouri River at St. Joseph, Mo. and the railroads connecting therewith.

Detailed map of the midwestern states showing drainage, cities and towns, and the railroad network.

A rocky road highway between Yauco and Mayaguez, Porto Rico

Boy on horse and horse-drawn wagon behind him.

N.Y. tourists on Columbia River Highway

Photograph shows a group of New York tourists traveling on the Columbia River Highway which was the first scenic roadway in the United States. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

Gordon - Green Terrace, Falmouth, front, Washington Highway

Photograph shows a clapboard-sided house with front porch, sitting on the peak of a low hill, facing Washington Highway, Falmouth, Virginia.

"In the building" the Over-the-Seas auto highway to Key West, Fla.

Stereograph showing man and automobiles on bridge that is still under construction.

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