20. Black River Bridge: This bridge carries U.S. Route 67 (US 67) across the Black River in Pocahontas, Arkansas. This bridge consists of two Parker trusses, one on either side of a Warren swing span, and trestled approaches, giving it a total length of 1,255 feet.
The Marfa lights or the Marfa ghost lights are unexplained lights (known as “ghost lights”) usually seen near U.S. Route 67 on Mitchell Flat east of Marfa, Texas, in the United States. Sightings are reported occasionally and unpredictably, perhaps ten to twenty times a year. The first published account of the lights was written in 1957, and this article is the sole source for anecdotal claims that the lights date back to the 1800s. Reports often describe brightly glowing basketball sized…
Godfrey, Illinois. This was the chapel at Monticello College when I attended college there. When Lewis & Clark Community College acquired the campus after Monticello ceased to exit, the chapel was relocated to the west side of Route 67 from the east side.
Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board W2 class tram 563 on Route 67 Carnegie on reserved track in St. Kilda Rd at Fitzroy Street Junction St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. by express000, via Flickr
Marfa ghost lights. The Marfa lights, also known as the Marfa ghost lights, have been observed near U.S. Route 67 on Mitchell Flat east of Marfa, Texas, in the United States. They have gained some fame as onlookers have ascribed them to paranormal phenomena such as ghosts, UFOs, or Will-o'-the-wisp, etc.
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18: Highway 62: US Highway 62 passes through several cities and towns in Arkansas, including Fayetteville, Springdale, Bentonville, Harrison, Mountain Home, Pocahontas, and Piggott. US 62 runs concurrent with several highways in Arkansas including Interstate 49 and U.S. Route 71 between Fayetteville and Bentonville, U.S. Route 412 through much of the state, U.S. Route 65 in the Harrison area, and with U.S. Route 63 and U.S. Route 67 in northeast Arkansas.
https://flic.kr/p/aXGhYc | London Transport . DMS1835 GHM835N . Aldgate Bus Station . 24th-May-1982 . | Daimler CRL6 - Met-Camm. H68D . With the running down of the " London Docks " the inbound terminal of Route 67 was moved to the more logical Aldgate Bus Station . On the Eastern edge of the City of London . DMS1835 is photographed there . on 24th-May-1982 .