California Roads - Misc.
California likes the pointy style. They also like "U.S." in their US route shields. Good for them.
Courtesy Matt Kleiman, let's call this embossed for argument's sake.
Looking west from an airplane along I-105 at I-710 and the Los Angeles River. It's on this page until I get my I-105 photos up because the I-710 page is full.
CA 44's freeway in Sacramento ends with a pair of exit 1s. Really just one exit, and either the signs should be combined or the Convention Center should be a separate, supplemental sign.
CA 138 WB button copy.
Unknown button copy, courtesy Lou Corsaro. There's a similar sign on CA 218 EB but not in this setting.
The 1932 South Gate rail bridge across the Los Angeles River, still carrying Union Pacific traffic.
Grand Ave. WB and EB in Ojai, west of Montgomery Street. Rather than disturb the natural flora, just build right around it! Although proper engineering would dictate that the road itself go around the tree, not just the pavement. Traffic calming taken too far?
San Antonio Rd. SB ends at CR G5, Foothill Expwy., in Los Altos.
After CA 238 ends, Mission Blvd. continues and goes into the mission as promised.
Two from Sausalito, Rodeo Ave. EB coming downhill from US 101 and Bee St. coming into Bridgeway (photo is EB).
Remaining photos are courtesy Michael Summa. The first two photos were taken in 1983, the rest in 1976.
This fraction will get anyone's attention. Seen on the grounds of Caltrans in Redding.
CA 89 NB exiting Lassen Volcanic National Park, about to join a multiplex.
Creative trolley sign in San Francisco.
Between Ventura and Malibu, near US 101.
Red lights add a splotch of color to California's curve warning sign.
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