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These are some images taken with my camcorder back in 1999 during our trip throughout eastern North America. Most of these images were shot by my wife, unless otherwise noted, as I was driving. We tried to make a point of capturing images of all the state line signs we passed, although a few are missing.
Old Quebec sign (notice it's in English) as viewed from Derby Line, Vermont. Filmed by me.
Vermont sign just after US customs on I-91
Maine sign on US 302 at Fryeburg as seen from New Hampshire
Additional signage just past the previous sign
Massachusetts sign as viewed from New Hampshire on I-95
Rhode Island sign as viewed from Massachusetts on US 44
Connecticut sign as viewed from Rhode Island on I-95
Maryland sign as viewed from Delaware on the Old Baltimore Pike
Unmarked border of Washington DC as viewed from Maryland on US 1
West Virginia sign as seen from Virginia on I-64
Virginia sign as seen fron West Virginia on I-77
Tennessee sign as seen from Virginia on I-81
Kentucky sign as seen after passing through the Cumberland Gap from Tennessee on US 25E
North Carolina sign as seen from Tennessee on I-40
South Carolina sign as seen from North Carolina on I-26
Georgia sign as seen from South Carolina on I-95
Florida sign as seen from Georgia on I-95
Louisiana sign as seen from Texas looking back on US 80. Filmed by me.
Texas sign and monument as seen from Louisiana on US 80. Filmed by me.
Arkansas sign as seen from Texarkana, Texas on 6th Street. Filmed by me.
Texas sign as seen from Texarkana, Arkansas on I-30
Oklahoma sign as seen from Texas on the Indian Nation Turnpike
Kansas sign as seen from Missouri on US 166
Missouri sign as seen from Oklahoma on I-44
Illinois sign as seen after crossing the Mississippi River on the Poplar Street Bridge (I-55, I-64, I-70, US 40) from Saint Louis, Missouri
Indiana sign as seen from Illinois on I-70
Ohio sign as seen from Indiana on I-70
Pennsylvania sign as seen from Ohio on I-90
New York sign as seen from Pennsylvania on I-90
Ontario sign as seen after clearing Canada customs from New York at the foot of the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge near Niagara Falls (I-190, Ontario 405)
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jack: 2nd Mar 2006 - 17:31 GMT
i am truly impressed. you have travelled around this country much more than i. i remember seeing some of those signs but never as many as you have taken. thx.
EvilGentleman: 5th Apr 2006 - 08:47 GMT
I believe the itinerary of border crossings on my trip went something like this:
By Airline: Nunavut, Manitoba
By Greyhound: Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec
By 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix from Avis: Quebec, Vermont, Quebec, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Staten Island (ha ha, I know it's not a state, champ), New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Virginia,Tennessee, Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Texas, Arkansas, Texas, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Ontario, Quebec, Ontario, Quebec
By Greyhound: Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba
By Airline: Manitoba, Nunavut
Three weeks later, I moved...
By Chartered Aircraft: Nunavut, Quebec
EvilGentleman: 10th May 2007 - 00:33 GMT
Best I could do in this case is to post a map of the eastern USA.
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