New York Roads - Orange-Rockland CR 106
Orange and Rockland CR 106, former NY 210
The Rockland CR 106 shields look just fine, and nowhere is there a straggling NY 210 shield. But please, Orange County, go back to your original diamond-shaped shields, because you just can't do the pentagon thing.
The second photo above was taken exiting the circle between CR 106 and Seven Lakes Drive. This is the only other parkway in New York I know of that uses the Palisades Parkway-type template.
Here, for comparison, an older westbound PIP shield with an arrow that must have replaced a real arrow after NYSDOT gave up this road.
CR 106 EB at CR 69.
Fall in Harriman State Park.
Lakes along CR 106, the one road that isn't either Seven Lakes Drive or Lake Welch Parkway.
Rockland CR 108, even older NY 210
To the Palisades Interstate Parkway
Onto Cedar Flats Rd., former Rockland CR 69
Into Orange County
Into Rockland County
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