Florida to Chattanooga:
|US 27 Northbound in Broward County. Expressway and lightly traveled.||Junction with I-75 and FL 84 is ahead.|
|The ramp from US 27 NB to I-75.||North or south on I-75?|
|I-75 Northbound is Alligator Alley Westbound.||I-275 is in just one mile. South of St. Petersburg.|
|US 41 comes first, though.||I-275 North is called the Sunshine Skyway.|
|This is Tampa Bay, which is surprisingly flat and close to the interstate.||I think this must be the reason it is called the "skyway."|
|Going up.||North I-275.|
|Now we're getting into the city of St. Petersburg, still on I-275.||Downtown exits for St. Pete. The two most pointless interstates are located here, besides I-180 in Illinois.|
|I-375 goes to the pier. Both I-175 and I-375 are only a couple thousand feet long.||Now in Tampa, nearing the western end of I-4.|
|More Tampa scenes.||I-4 is about to begin.|
|I-275 becomes "Thru Traffic" north of I-4.||End I-275 at I-75.|
|This is a life-sized image of an I-75 Georgia shield. Because this is so huge, I've put the next three pictures on the right side.||
82 and GA 520 in Tifton, off I-75. Why is that GA state shield green?
I-16 ends here at I-75 in Macon.
The split of the two interstates in Macon.
|South of Atlanta at the convergence of multiple interstates.||At I-285, the bypass of Atlanta.|
|I-75 through Atlanta is quite wide and busy.||I-75 continues with a view of the Atlanta skyline.|
|I-85 joined I-75 a few miles ago and now we're downtown. You can see the Georgia capitol building to the right.||That's all for the day, since it got too dark for more pics.|
Chattanooga to Winfield
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