Gallery 1: Northern Michigan  [page 3]

Three rather artistic shots along northbound M-119, the Tunnel of Trees scenic heritage route.

This scenic route marker is located along Lake Shore Dr. in Cross Village.  This county road picks up where M-119 leaves off and is signed as the "scenic route to Mackinaw City".

A view of the Mackinac Bridge taken from McGulpin point at the tip of the lower peninsula (looking east).

National forest route directional marker seen here on northbound M-123 in Mackinac Co.

Looking east on National Forest route 3122.

Northbound M-123 in Mackinac Co.

County Line Rd. along the Chippewa/Mackinac Co. line, looking east from M-123.

M-123 is a scenic heritage route for 28 miles of its passage through Chippewa and Luce Counties.

Northbound M-123 along Lake Superior in Tahquamenon Falls State Park.

Northbound M-123 in the town of Paradise.

Close-up of nonstandard illuminated directional sign seen in above photo.

Tom Brown Memorial Hwy. (formerly Whitefish pt. Rd.) looking north between Paradise and Whitefish Pt.  Note the dual edge lines found along the entirety of this county road.

An aging Dead End sign found along a local road in Chippewa Co.


MDOT - The Michigan Department of Transportation

A Guide to Highways in Upper Michigan - A route log for da UP.

Michigan Highways by Christopher Bessert

Michigan Road Photos by Dan Garnell

Michigan Highway Ends by Dan Garnell

County Road Signs of Michigan by Sean Lyons

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