The Lincoln Highway was the first road across the U.S. It span from cost to cost. From "Time Square" to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, crossing 13 states.
The final length was built in 1913. Total length in all was 5869 miles in all.
The Colorado loop was removed in 1928.
At the Clifton Flat Junction all that is left is a stop sign shot up and so faded
you can not even tell if it was ever red.
It brought prosperity too hundreds of cities along its route.
Then came the job of concreting the dirt roadway, which it took a long time to finish that project.
This is the site DesertDale and Kitfoxgal ate their lunch. Enjoyed every little bite. Did not even see any indians.
You had 2 tired out people when we arrived back to our rig, at Schellbourne.
I did not even have to fight him off tonight.