New York Roads - NY 26
NY 26 NB at NY 17C and the eastern end of their duplex (26 loops to the right, and the next left is just a town street). The town of Endicott appears to have erected its own signs, because there's at least one more barely reflective sign (badly faded lettering on dark background).
NY 26 jogs north a block with US 11 and comes to this truss bridge. NY 206 technically begins on the far side, not multiplexed on the near side of the span.
The shields may look new, but that was in 1976. This is the beginning of NY 23 in Cincinnatus (singular of Cincinnati), courtesy Michael Summa.
NY 26 and NY 365 get multiplexed outside Rome, and then switch partners with NY 49 and 69.
Two views of Fort Stanwix in Rome from Dominick St. WB (old NY 49), turning onto NY 26/46 NB. NY 49 now comes in from the south with NY 69 on the newer extension of Erie Blvd.
Confusion NB in Madison with NY 12B and US 20 EB. CR 83 is both roads, but South St. comes first.
On Church St. SB in Alexandria Bay, about to become NY 26 SB, courtesy Doug Kerr. Click for a closeup of the pair of really cool shields. Yes, that's TO TO, along with a form of NY bridge signage that's white-on-green near the Hudson River, and definitely not made this way anymore up here. The Thousand Islands Bridge itself is a two-lane undivided roadway, since a) the road on the Canadian side is two lanes, and b) there's not enough traffic for more. This makes I-81 the only two-lane Interstate, as far as I can think - I-695 in Maryland and I-275 in Florida both had their bridges rebuilt for more lanes (Francis Scott Key Bridge and Sunshine Skyway, respectively).
Onto NY 206
Onto NY 79
Onto NY 23
Onto NY 49
Onto NY 69
Onto NY 365
Onto NY 12
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