New York Roads - NY 277
All photos are northbound except the next one.
Fat shields and a street name shield on this concurrency. There are so many better ways to organize these signs, such as making them signs instead of green-background assemblies.
Of the 3 shield designs I've seen in the last 2 photos, I like the NY 277 the best.
Under a bunch of railroads north of Como Park Blvd. The first bridge clearly had a span removed on the near side, although the part crossed by the trail bridge was just abutment and never had another bridge on top. After meeting NY 130 in South Cheektowaga, there's yet another railroad to go under. It's as if Buffalo was a major industrial city once.
Onto NY 240
Onto US 20
To the New York Thruway, I-90
Onto NY 33
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