A Trip Along America’s First Coast To Coast Highway

In the Saturday, March 7th edition of the Plain Dealer I have a column about the historic Lincoln Highway and a place in Ohio where you can drive on a section of the original paving-block roadway that once carried Model-T’s and even early trucks across our nation.

 

We focus on a section of the highway that seems frozen in time between Hanoverton and Canton. 

 

Along the way we look at the history of the first highway to link the Atlantic with the Pacific Ocean.  We discover some great inns, timeless diners and even a funeral home museum.  You can read the entire story in the Plain Dealer or on line at their web site www.cleveland.com

 

Above are some of the photos we took on the trip that were not used in the PD story.

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