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2008 Buffalo Road Meet Trip
Day 1: KY-OH
Oct. 16, 2008

These photos are from my trip to the 2008 Buffalo road meet held on Saturday, Oct. 18. These photos are from Day 1 of the trip and are from Kentucky and Ohio. The 295 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 photo essay begins in Winchester, heading east on I-64.

A view of I-64 east of Mt. Sterling, as the road makes the transition from the outer bluegrass region to the rolling hills that comprise Kentucky's "Knobs" region.

At Exit 121, looking east toward Exit 123.

Approaching Morehead on I-64.

On KY 32 heading into downtown Morehead.

East of downtown Morehead, heading east on US 60 where KY 32 splits after being co-routed through town.

US 60 between Morehead and Olive Hill is named for Tom T. Hall, famous country musician who claimed Olive Hill as home.

On KY 799.

Crossing I-64 on KY 799.

Looking west on I-64 from the KY 799 bridge.

Heading north on KY 377 in rural Rowan County, toward Lewis County.

In Lewis County on KY 377, near the route's end at KY 344.

Heading east on KY 344, which was once known as KY 24 before I-24 claimed the number.

A look at the AA Highway.

KY 1149 follows KY 9 at the split of the two forks of the AA Highway.

Clearview in use.

The KY 10 portion of the AA Highway.

The AA highway originally ended here and KY 8 was originally numbered KY 10. The AA Highway transitioned from the new alignment to the old KY 10 alignment here. When the Greenup and Grayson forks were finished, old KY 10 between Vanceburg and South Shore was renumbered KY 8.

KY 8 parallels the Ohio River, which is to the left of the railroad tracks on the left.

The letters and arrow for the Truck Route US 23 sign are button copy.