New Jersey Roads - Camden County
One from Camden City, this old lamp was on life support on Linden Street (old US 30 WB) at 7th Street.
Notice that the modern Camden squares round only one out of the four corners. To whom does this make sense? If it's a secret assembly instruction, why is it in different corners on these signs?
Lexington Ave. SB, CR 613, failing to escape the 1950s.
CR 677 EB, Somerdale Rd., continuing onto Ogg Ave. in the second photo as Somerdale Rd. bears left with newly-minted CR 678.
A newer square shield courtesy Scott Colbert.
EB just east of NJ 42.
CR 707, the linear continuation of CR 705 after the first time it crosses through Gloucester County and comes back, SB at CR 747 courtesy Scott Sullivan. This is the first time I've seen one of these signs with more road names than town names.
A few older signs on CR 726 WB heading away from NJ 143. The WEST tacked onto the second shield isn't unprecedented on older signs, but is certainly rare.
Embossed Haddonfield signs, first on Farwood Rd. WB and second courtesy Barry Caselli.
CR 601, State St./Marlton Pike
CR 621, Park Ave.
CR 644, Grove St./Haddonfield Rd.
CR 681, Good Intent Rd./Lower Landing Rd.
CR 689, Cross Keys Rd.
CR 706, Erial Rd.
CR 725, Albertson Rd.
CR 753, Creek Rd.
Spur CR 536
Spur CR 551
Leftover pieces of CR 561 - you'll have to click to find out what I mean
Former NJ 151
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