Wisconsin Roads - WIS 60

WI likes putting all plates on a single sign. Maybe county routes don't get directional plates, though. This is courtesy Scott Colbert in Prairie du Sac.

WIS 60 WB near Hartford, past a unique shield (well, there are more of them in the state, but no other route has one like this) to the amusement of redundancy, courtesy Doug Kerr. The top one is incandescent and the bottom one is LED - that way everyone can see at least one hand (what other reason could there possibly be?).

WB and EB in Grafton.

WB and EB at the eastern end of the route, which turns into CTH Q at a unisign and Wisconsin-standard horizontal traffic light. (They're not just for New Jersey!)

Onto I-43
Onto WIS 32
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