Not very interesting but here ya go!
So these pictures are of random shots in Illinois when I made my way from St. Augustine to DeKalb in May of 2007. It was kinda a rainy drive, but I took pictures anyway.
|Crossing the Ohio River from Kentucky on I-24 West.||The people of Illinois welcome me.|
|Exit in 21 miles to Vienna and Golconda. Or you could exit here at US 45, which in the Chicago area is known as LaGrange Rd. and Mannheim Rd.||West I-24 shield.|
|Weird how in the picture above this one, the left BGS doesn't mention IL 146. But here is the exit to Vienna and Golconda.||This is what much of I-24 looks like in rural southern Illinois.|
|Neat rock cuts on I-24. They're only neat because they're rock cuts in Illinois, which is quite uncommon.||I-24 is about to end. Boo hoo.|
|I've been wanting this shield for years so there was no way in heck I was gonna miss it this time around!||This BGS is on the last stretches of I-24 before it merges with I-57. You can see I-57 come in from the left.|
|There's so much nothing in this part of the state that they make BGSs for things 51 miles away.||North I-57.|
|IL 13 goes to Carbondale to the west and Harrisburg to the east. Carbondale is where Southern Illinois University is located. You know, if you want to have a drink or something.||Okay, that's all the random pictures I have right now. Told you they weren't very interesting.|
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