California Roads - CA 66/US 66
All photos are eastbound.
Continuing where the last page left off, CA 66 passes to the south of Sunset Peak.
California one-piece signs are a rare beast indeed. The statue is on the north side of the intersection in the CA 83 median.
Into Rancho Cucamonga, where a former rail line is being restored and converted to a trail crossing. I hope for the best, but fear that the permanent condition for CA 66 will involve two lanes and a median instead of four lanes.
No. No no. No no no. No no no no no. No no no no no no no no no no no no no I'm so, so, so sorry this exists. It's not even an original gas sta-I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE
More one-piece signage at Haven Ave., but strangely, it's the most beautiful sight in the world after (NO DON'T LOOK UP!)
These are on the WB side of the road after Day Creek Blvd. Not so bad, right? I can live with these without tearing my eyes from their sockets again.
Is it just me, or is that the largest ramp curve sign in the world? If the I-15 freeway entrance shields are 24" tall, the diamond is about 84 inches on a side! That's taller than a person!
Decorative entrance to Fontana.
West Los Angeles got palm trees. East Pasadena got palm trees. This is all Fontana merits.
That's San Bernardino Mountain.
Into Rialto, where even the CA 66 shields seem to be in demand.
All in San Bernardino, last stop for CA 66 and last big city on old US 66 until Albuquerque.
Continue east on old US 66 to old US 395
Back west on old US 66 to Huntington Dr., Foothill Blvd., and Alosta Ave.
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