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Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
  • Author: Ken Lund Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-04-15 11:47:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°22'11"N - 111°0'50"W
  • Wyoming Highway 89 (WYO 89) is a north-south state road that jumps in and out of Wyoming three times, and runs through the western edges of and Uinta County, Wyoming and Lincoln County, Wyoming. Highway 89 leaves the state of Wyoming for approximately 17 miles (27 km), and becomes close to leaving the state two additional times. The portion in the state of Utah is known as Utah State Route 16 and Utah State Route 30. The only other routes that jump in and out of the state are U.S. Route 212 along the Beartooth Highway near Yellowstone National Park and Highway 230, which runs through the "Three Way Junction" of Colorado State Highways 125 and 127 south of the Snowy Range Mountains. Wyoming Highway 89 has two different segments to its route. The first starts at I-80 / US 189 (Exit 5) and Highway 150 in Evanston. (The roadway continues south of I-80/US 189 as WYO 150 to the Utah border). From Exit 5, WYO 89 heads north as Front Street into downtown Evanston. At 0.44 miles (0.71 km), Highway 89 turns north onto Highway 89 north. From here, WYO 89 runs concurrent for a short distance with I-80 Business/US 189 Business until it intersects Bear River Drive where the business routes turn east.[2] As Highway 89 leaves Evanston behind the roadway heads northwest. The highway passes through the former coal mining camp of Almy and reaches the Town of Bear River just before reaching the Utah state line. Bear River is one of Wyoming's newest towns, being incorporated in 2001. Just after leaving Bear River, WYO 89 temporarily ends at Utah State Route 16. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89
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Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
  • Author: Ken Lund Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-04-15 11:47:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°22'11"N - 111°0'50"W
  • Wyoming Highway 89 (WYO 89) is a north-south state road that jumps in and out of Wyoming three times, and runs through the western edges of and Uinta County, Wyoming and Lincoln County, Wyoming. Highway 89 leaves the state of Wyoming for approximately 17 miles (27 km), and becomes close to leaving the state two additional times. The portion in the state of Utah is known as Utah State Route 16 and Utah State Route 30. The only other routes that jump in and out of the state are U.S. Route 212 along the Beartooth Highway near Yellowstone National Park and Highway 230, which runs through the "Three Way Junction" of Colorado State Highways 125 and 127 south of the Snowy Range Mountains. Wyoming Highway 89 has two different segments to its route. The first starts at I-80 / US 189 (Exit 5) and Highway 150 in Evanston. (The roadway continues south of I-80/US 189 as WYO 150 to the Utah border). From Exit 5, WYO 89 heads north as Front Street into downtown Evanston. At 0.44 miles (0.71 km), Highway 89 turns north onto Highway 89 north. From here, WYO 89 runs concurrent for a short distance with I-80 Business/US 189 Business until it intersects Bear River Drive where the business routes turn east.[2] As Highway 89 leaves Evanston behind the roadway heads northwest. The highway passes through the former coal mining camp of Almy and reaches the Town of Bear River just before reaching the Utah state line. Bear River is one of Wyoming's newest towns, being incorporated in 2001. Just after leaving Bear River, WYO 89 temporarily ends at Utah State Route 16. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89
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Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
  • Author: Ken Lund Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-04-15 11:47:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°22'11"N - 111°0'50"W
  • Wyoming Highway 89 (WYO 89) is a north-south state road that jumps in and out of Wyoming three times, and runs through the western edges of and Uinta County, Wyoming and Lincoln County, Wyoming. Highway 89 leaves the state of Wyoming for approximately 17 miles (27 km), and becomes close to leaving the state two additional times. The portion in the state of Utah is known as Utah State Route 16 and Utah State Route 30. The only other routes that jump in and out of the state are U.S. Route 212 along the Beartooth Highway near Yellowstone National Park and Highway 230, which runs through the "Three Way Junction" of Colorado State Highways 125 and 127 south of the Snowy Range Mountains. Wyoming Highway 89 has two different segments to its route. The first starts at I-80 / US 189 (Exit 5) and Highway 150 in Evanston. (The roadway continues south of I-80/US 189 as WYO 150 to the Utah border). From Exit 5, WYO 89 heads north as Front Street into downtown Evanston. At 0.44 miles (0.71 km), Highway 89 turns north onto Highway 89 north. From here, WYO 89 runs concurrent for a short distance with I-80 Business/US 189 Business until it intersects Bear River Drive where the business routes turn east.[2] As Highway 89 leaves Evanston behind the roadway heads northwest. The highway passes through the former coal mining camp of Almy and reaches the Town of Bear River just before reaching the Utah state line. Bear River is one of Wyoming's newest towns, being incorporated in 2001. Just after leaving Bear River, WYO 89 temporarily ends at Utah State Route 16. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89
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  • Author: Glowingman638 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-02-06 18:27:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°23'23"N - 111°2'5"W
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  • Author: Kristjan Morgan Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-04-28 21:45:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°24'34"N - 111°2'35"W
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Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
Wyoming Highway 89 Between Woodruff, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming
  • Author: Ken Lund Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-04-15 11:46:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°22'11"N - 111°0'50"W
  • Wyoming Highway 89 (WYO 89) is a north-south state road that jumps in and out of Wyoming three times, and runs through the western edges of and Uinta County, Wyoming and Lincoln County, Wyoming. Highway 89 leaves the state of Wyoming for approximately 17 miles (27 km), and becomes close to leaving the state two additional times. The portion in the state of Utah is known as Utah State Route 16 and Utah State Route 30. The only other routes that jump in and out of the state are U.S. Route 212 along the Beartooth Highway near Yellowstone National Park and Highway 230, which runs through the "Three Way Junction" of Colorado State Highways 125 and 127 south of the Snowy Range Mountains. Wyoming Highway 89 has two different segments to its route. The first starts at I-80 / US 189 (Exit 5) and Highway 150 in Evanston. (The roadway continues south of I-80/US 189 as WYO 150 to the Utah border). From Exit 5, WYO 89 heads north as Front Street into downtown Evanston. At 0.44 miles (0.71 km), Highway 89 turns north onto Highway 89 north. From here, WYO 89 runs concurrent for a short distance with I-80 Business/US 189 Business until it intersects Bear River Drive where the business routes turn east.[2] As Highway 89 leaves Evanston behind the roadway heads northwest. The highway passes through the former coal mining camp of Almy and reaches the Town of Bear River just before reaching the Utah state line. Bear River is one of Wyoming's newest towns, being incorporated in 2001. Just after leaving Bear River, WYO 89 temporarily ends at Utah State Route 16. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming_Highway_89
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
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