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PAST PICTURES OF THE WEEK
January 2007-present

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Week of June 18-24, 2007:

U.S. 11 shields - in Oklahoma?!

These error U.S. 11 shields are posted at the end of the off-ramp from northbound Interstate 35 to OK 11 (Exit 222) in Blackwell. The interchange has been completely reconstructed and is almost complete. Hopefully when the permanent signs go up, the shields will be for OK 11, considering the real U.S. 11 is several hundred miles to the east...

Week of June 4-10, 2007:

OK 74D at its western terminus

End OK 74D signage at the highway's western terminus in Lowell at the corner of Oklahoma & Main streets.

Week of May 7-13, 2007:

OK 74C West assurance shield

OK 74C West assurance shield just west of U.S. 77. OK 74C spans 11.6 miles from OK 74 in Crescent to U.S. 77.

Week of April 30-May 6, 2007:

OK 74B West assurance shield

OK 74B West assurance shield just west of OK 74.

 

Week of April 16-22, 2007:

OK 74A East assurance shield

OK 74A East assurance shield on Lindsey Street just east of Interstate 35 in Norman. OK 74A connects Interstate 35 to U.S. 77 and the University of Oklahoma.

Week of April 2-8, 2007:

OK 3 West/OK 74 North at Exit 123B - OK 66 West

OK 3 West/OK 74 North at Exit 123B - OK 66 West - Warr Acres/Bethany. This picture was taken in late August 2006, and at that time, the OK 66 shield had not been replaced yet. It has since been replaced with a new style shield.

Week of February 27-March 4, 2007:

OK 73 West at OK 34

OK 73 West at OK 34. This marks the western terminus of OK 73, which spans 24.5 miles from OK 34 to Business Loop Interstate 40 in Clinton.

Week of February 19-26, 2007:

U.S. 64 and U.S. 72 assurance shields

U.S. 64 West and U.S. 72 (should be OK 72) assurance shields in Haskell. The ironic thing is, U.S. 64 and the real U.S. 72 do share pavement, but not in Haskell, Oklahoma. U.S. 64 and U.S. 72 share pavement with U.S. 70 and U.S. 79 in Memphis, Tennessee. Back to Haskell, U.S. 64 and OK 72 split just ahead; the first sign for the split is visible in the distance.

Week of February 12-18, 2007:

OK 71 North assurance shield

OK 71 North assurance shield just north of OK 31 in Quinton. OK 71 spans 21 miles from OK 31 to OK 2, and travels through parts of four counties (Pittsburg, Haskell, McIntosh, and Muskogee) within that span.

Week of January 29-February 4, 2007:

OK 70F North assurance shield

OK 70F North assurance shield just north of OK 32. OK 70F is five miles long and connects OK 32 to U.S. 70 southeast of Madill.

Week of January 22-28, 2007:

OK 70E East assurance shield

OK 70E East assurance shield just east of OK 78. OK 70E spans 32 miles from OK 78 east of Calera to U.S. 70 in Bennington.

 

Week of January 8-14, 2007:

OK 70B North at U.S. 70

END OK 70B shield assembly as OK 70B North approaches U.S. 70 in Kingston. The eastern terminus of OK 32 is less than one mile to the west.

Week of January 1-7, 2007:

OK 70A South at OK 76

OK 70A South at OK 76 in Wilson. This intersection marks the southern terminus of OK 70A, which connects to U.S. 70 at its opposite end.