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Western Kentucky Parkway’s Abandoned Connector
Posted: 24-Feb-2004 10:36AM CST

Western Kentucky Parkway's Old Connector: Overview

Prior to the completion of the westernmost 10 miles of the Western Kentucky Parkway, it ended at US 62 just west of Princeton. Once the parkway was completed, a short two lane segment of the parkway as abandoned. This Old Connector Road eventually became a residential street; however, several features clearly indicate it was once part of a major highway.

Several photographs of the connector have been added to the Western Kentucky Parkway photo gallery.

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Comment posted by jaessica reed on 28-Sep-2004 8:35PM CDT
i'm doing a progect and this dosent help at all this sinks!
Comment posted by Jeff Carlyle on 28-Sep-2004 11:15PM CDT
Thanks for the positive and uplifting contribution.
Updated: 28-Sep-2004 11:15PM CDT

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