San Francisco, California: End of the Lincoln Highway

Official "Western Terminus of the Lincoln Highway" (America's second most famous road) marker is a replica of the 1928 original, which was lost.

34th Ave., San Francisco, CA
In Lincoln Park, on the east side of 34th Ave., just south of El Camino del Mar, next to a little bus shelter across from the Legion of Honor museum. It's a little upright cement pole.
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Western Terminus of the Lincoln Highway.

Lincoln Highway Western Terminus

The Lincoln Highway was America's first transcontinental road. The Western Terminus is in San Francisco. Highways 80 and 50 follows most of the original route, bisecting modern freeways in several areas, but you can still find the original highway if you look.

[Ann and David, 05/29/2020]

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