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2008 SE Louisiana Road Meet Trip
Aug.-Sept. 2008
Day 2

These photos are from my trip to the southeast Louisiana. road meet in Slidell, La., in August and September 2008. This trip combined the actual journey to Slidell with a multi-day county-collecting and sightseeing trip through Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri. These are photos from the second day of the trip, Aug. 29, and they cover Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. The 362 photos are spread out over three pages of thumbnails. Use the arrow buttons in the upper left corner of the page to navigate the thumbnail pages. To view the full-sized photos, click on one of the thumbnails on this page. You will then be presented with navigation controls to view the images on individual Web pages as a slide show.

This faded I-75 sign is at the ramp to the southbound interstate from Swallowfield Road, outside Chattanooga.

Now on I-24 heading west.

At one time, US 27 north was I-124 and was signed as such.

US 72 is omitted from this sign.

This Georgia sign is located within Tennessee.

At the end of the ramp from westbound I-24.

On GA 299.

Back on I-24.

Heading south on I-59.

Nice view of the northwestern Georgia mountains that I-59 traverses.

Interesting town name.

A foggy view of I-59 south nearing the Alabama state line.

The first several hundred feet of I-59 in Alabama have the median planted in wildflowers.

Alabama's bridges have these signs. The font is Clearview.

Unusual junction sign on the off-ramp.

This sign is dirty.

There are stub ramps at the interchange of I-59 and I-759, indicating that a northern extension was once considered.

Still in mountainous territory as Birmingham gets closer.

One of several older button copy signs found along I-59 in the Birmingham area.

Button copy.