From the Roads in Western Massachusetts, Southern Vermont, and Eastern New York - December 22 and 23, 2004

These pictures were taken with my Olympus C730 Ultra Zoom digital camera while out Christmas shopping and going to research meetings on December 22 and 23, 2004. They are all from western Massachusetts, southern Vermont, and the Capital District of New York.

Most images are shown at a resolution of 640x480, but are available in their full 2048x1536 size by clicking on the links after the captions.

US 7 bridge construction continues in Williamstown. They have recently completed the eventual southbound side and are now demolishing more of the old bridge. [2048x1536]

Entering Vermont on US 7 North. This sign was replaced when US 7 was repaved in the Pownal area. [2048x1536]

Vermont 67A and Vermont 7A in North Bennington. [2048x1536]

Getting to the Bennington Bypass in North Bennington. [2048x1536]

Ramp to get on is here. [2048x1536]


The Bennington Bypass (Vermont 279), westbound just past Vermont 67A in North Bennington. [2048x1536]

At the state line with New York, the end of Vermont 279 is marked and it's just signed as "To NY 7" from here. [2048x1536]

Welcoming to New York. [2048x1536]

New York does mark its part of the bypass with these little green signs. [2048x1536]

Looks like "915G". [2048x1536]

And getting to New York 7. [2048x1536]


What was a straight road on New York 7 now involves a right turn eastbound and left turn westbound. I think this will confuse some New Jersey skiers when they're trying to get to Mount Snow this year. [2048x1536]


Later on, now in Latham. [2048x1536]

The next day in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. [2048x1536]

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