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Lincoln Township, Story County, Iowa - Geography
65 runs north-south through the township and County Road E18 runs east-west ... County Road E18 was formerly Iowa Hwy 221 until it was decommissoned on July 1, 2003, and redesignated as a county road ... Story County maintains Dakins Lake, a 41-acre (170,000 m2) park located just north of Zearing in Lincoln Township ...
List Of Former Provincial Highways In Ontario - Secondary Highways
... Now Kawartha Lakes Road 6, Kawartha Lakes Road 45, Peterborough County Road 503 and Haliburton County Road 503 ... Entirely downloaded to Renfrew County ... Downgraded to county road status in Hastings and Renfrew counties ...
Colorado State Highway 86 - Major Intersections
... County Location Mile Junction Notes Douglas Castle Rock 0 US 85 – Littleton, Colorado Springs Western terminus of SH 1 ... I-25 – Denver, Colorado ...
Argyle (town), New York - Communities and Locations in The Town of Argyle - Communities
... – A location at the west town line on County Road 45 ... Goose Island – A hamlet east of Argyle village on County Road 47 ... The Hook – An area on County Road 45 where there were once hotels for travelers along a coach road and recently a restaurant called the Hook Pantry, but it has been converted into a house ...
County Road 105 (Iowa)
... County Road 105 (CR 105) is an east–west route which runs 34 miles (55 km) from Lake Mills to St ... County Road 105 was the first county road in Iowa to not follow the standard alphanumeric route numbering system ...

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