|(New 2007-06-12) Interstate 86 Exit 27. Advance guide sign for the Hinsdale
interchange on Interstate 86. The previous installation had the bottom sign in black-on-yellow, I'm happy it was corrected on the
latest rehab project.
|(New 2007-06-12) Welcome To New York. A state border sign as displayed
on US Route 219 southbound just north of Bradford, Pennsylvania.
|US 20A interchange sign on US Route 219. The all-text
versions of these signs are very rare, though they are in full compliance with the NYS MUTCD and the National MUTCD. As a roadgeek,
I find them quite cool. This sign is fairly new.
|Detour to NY
. Apparently, you need to follow NY 16 NORTH to get to the detour
for NY 16 NORTH.
||Jason L. Bennett
|Welcome To New York.
At the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls. Interesting thing about this sign,
it features "George Pataki" as Governor. When Pataki became Governor, he
stated that he did not want his name on signage, because it would cost
too much to replace it when he left office.
|Welcome To New
. N Y 426 near Findley Lake.
|Interstate 190 shield.
In Niagara Falls.
|U S 20 mileage
sign, Chautauqua County
. A mid-90's era destination sign on U S 20.
Notice the state suffix for "Erie", you only see this commonly used in
Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties.
|I-86 Exit 23, U S 219.
This is from Exit 23 on Interstate 86. I like this sign because it has
the "Pa" for Bradford. Region 5 has a habit of putting "Pa" on
the out-of-state destinations, something I think should be done throughout
the state. Maybe except for something like "Boston".
|N Y 75, To I-90, Thruway
. A typical NYSDOT replacement shield (NY 75) and an older
I-90 shield. I wonder what's under the "90"?
|Village of Portville.
Great photo of an old sign. This used to be a typical way of signing village
boundaries and speed limits. You don't seem them much anymore.