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Discussion in 'Photos' started by GettinDirty83, May 8, 2015.
Great pictures on this thread. I'm in NW Oklahoma.
Abandoned road to a now closed campground on Oologah Lake, Oklahoma.
Abandoned road in the closed campground on Oologah Lake.
Always been fascinated with old roads, getting into bikes made them even more fun to explore. This one isn't even a mile from home. Disconnected and became part of a county park in the 1960s.
Old Highway 8 in western Imperial County, California. This slab was poured on Apr. 18 1927. The road is in remarkably good condition considering age and elements. It is narrow and lots of hairpin turns in disconnected sections above. It had a very dangerous reputation due to the turns, isolation, and proximity to the border.
Old Highway 60, Oklahoma.
Another portion of old Hwy. 60.
Abandoned road in Lobios (Spain)
Bypassed and abandoned, Grainola, Oklahoma.
Midland Valley Railroad cut, Foraker, Oklahoma. Abandoned 1968.
Southwest of Green River Utah
I thought I was the only one who explored old roads.
Some time ago I bought a 1941 Ontario Road map- this is Ontario before the four-laners changed the scenery.
Over the past few years I have been riding the Old "King's Highways" as they were known from end to end. So far I have ridden #2, #3, #4. There are some great abandoned sections alone each and I stop and snap a picture at each, IT's great fun for a pedantic old sod. If you are astute and keep your eyes peeled you can find old concrete culverts with stamping on them from the 20's. I have pictures of several.
Sorry no pics.
Slim pickin's around here for old abandoned roads. Old US 158 in Coinjock, NC on the south side of where the drawbridge used to be.
Abandoned home sites and street network in Picher, OK.
What happened in Picher? Storm or economics?
Oh yeah, google search I should have done. Thanks for the link bluestar.