Junction of Hwy 101 and 299 in 1933
Turn right for Crescent City, left for Eureka and San Francisco
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Those are cool photos!
I think those came from Jim Siebert’s CalTrans collection (maybe Kevin knows him)…
I love these pics! I wonder how long it took to get to Redding from Eureka in a model T?
No kidding. I loved these photos because I drive this almost every day. It looks like Hwy 299 wasn’t even paved.
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