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Road Construction

Transportation, Roads, Transportation, Automotive, Woody Plants, Trees Lakeshore Drive (now state highway M-26) near Agate Harbor in Keweenaw County. Getting ready to pull stumps near 'High Bridge," where Glazon Creek empties into North Bay at Agate Harbor. [Trees have been cleared for a road, with stumps remaining.]

Scanned: August 18, 2008


Road Construction

Transportation, Roads, Transportation, Automotive, Woody Plants, Trees Lakeshore Drive (now state highway M-26) just west of Copper Harbor in Keweenaw County [Group of men working with tracked vehicles at road construction site].

Scanned: August 18, 2008


Road Construction

Transportation, Roads, Transportation, Automotive, Woody Plants, Trees Lakeshore Drive (now state highway M-26) just west of Copper Harbor in Keweenaw County [Group of men walking along the nearly-completed road bed].

Scanned: August 18, 2008


Roads

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, Transportation, Automotive Road near cemetery in fall [Photo shows a automobile coming down the leaf covered road.]

Scanned: May 31, 2006


Road Construction

Transportation, Roads, Transportation, Automotive, Woody Plants, Trees Seven miles of highway, recently paved, between Quincy and Calumet was marked with white and yellow lines by the Michigan state highway department Thursday afternoon. Sunshine, an infrequent visitor in the area in recent days, made the painting project by this motor propelled machinery impossible following completion of the paving by the Thornton Construction Co. about two weeks ago. Pick up truck in rear set up rubber caution markers to permit drying of paint. [The painting crew attempts to paint the lines as traffic passes by.]

Scanned: November 16, 2007