Historic US 30 Shield

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lyman.tim on March 16, 2011

Historic U. S. 30 shield posted at west end of Buhl, ID. Brown color denotes a historic U. S. highway, regular U. S. highway shields have black letters against a white background.

U. S. 30 in Idaho follows the alignment of the Old Oregon Trail, an auto trail or named highway that ran from Independence, Missouri to Seaside, Oregon, roughly following the Oregon Trail. The segment of the Old Oregon Trail between Grand Island, Nebraska, and Astoria, Oregon, became U. S. 30. U. S. 30 is the second longest road in the U. S., after U. S. 20, running from Atlantic City, New Jersey to Astoria, Oregon. The alignment of the Lincoln Highway between New York and Granger, Wyoming also became U. S. 30.

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