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... Route 12 near a blighted commercial strip, which until recent signal and intersection modifications were made, was one of the most dangerous intersections in Illinois ... Hicks Road, and then intersects the terminus of the Illinois Route 53 expressway, near a mass of apartment complexes in Palatine ... and Buffalo Creek, and then intersecting Buffalo Grove Road, Illinois Route 83 (McHenry Road), and Weiland Road, in rapid succession near an historic church and ...
... is a list of Registered Historic Places in LaSalle County, Illinois, USA ... Marseilles Corbin Farm Site 01998-06-18June 18, 1998 Long Point, between Illinois Route 71 and the Illinois River Utica Fisher-Nash-Griggs House 01998-11-27November 27, 1333 ... Ottawa Ave Ottawa. 18, 1998 Starved Rock State Park, west of Illinois Route 178 Utica Marseilles Hydro Plant 01989-05-09May 9, 1989 Commercial St Marseilles Marseilles Lock and Dam ...
... Archer Avenue, sometimes known as Archer Road outside the Chicago, Illinois city limits, is a diagonal thoroughfare running northeast-to-southwest between Chicago's Chinatown and Lockport ... Chicago Portage between the Chicago River and the Des Plaines River, and parallels the path of the Illinois and Michigan Canal and the Alton Railroad ... The street was named after the first commissioner of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, William Beatty Archer ...
... In Illinois, the Trail includes Illinois Route 155, part of Illinois Route 1, Illinois Route 33 and Illinois Route 97 (New Salem, Il area) and Illinois Route 125 (Old Beardstown Post Road) ...
... The Missouri portion of the route ran from Kansas City to Quincy by way of Hannibal ... The route also passed through La Belle, Edina, Kirksville, Milan, Harris, Liberty, Excelsior Springs, Richmond, Carrollton, Chillicothe, Trenton, and ... In 1917, the Illinois section of the Cannon Ball Route was marked as running north from Quincy along modern-day Illinois Route 96 with the Rushville Quincy Trail ...
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