New Jersey Roads - Salem County
This sign was photographed from Salem County but stands in Delaware. Due to the changing flow of the Delaware River, the definition of Delaware's border as the high-tide line on the NJ side has left a significant chunk of permanent land in Delaware's hands near Fort Mott. I believe the sign is gone now, and I also believe it's because I put it on my website.
All remaining photos and their AAA white signs from the 1930's and 1940's are courtesy Scott Sullivan.
CR 609 gets modern but still classy monuments. The 1957 stone is near the south end at US 40, and the 1949 stone is at the northern end of Salem County's route.
CR 611 SB at CR 610 just south of Elmer Lake.
CR 655 SB at CR 613 (Alvine Rd. at Porchtown Rd.), then south from there to CR 690 (Upper Neck Rd., a favorite of vampires).
CR 635 NB at CR 656 (Remsterville Rd.) and then CR 672 in Friesburg, followed by friendly cow crossing at CR 611 in Aldine.
Salem CR 675 and NJ 48
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