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turnpikes, bridges and other named roads (8)

1910s Midland Trail guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California along the western half of the Midland Trail. It was used from around 1914 to 1929.

The sign is 24 by 18 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

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1910s Lincoln Highway guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California along the Lincoln Highway. It was used from around 1913 to 1929.

The sign is 15 by 25 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

Customize and purchase this item.

1910s National Old Trails Road (Ocean to Ocean Highway) marker

This road ran from New York to Los Angeles and was a precursor to U. S. highway 66. Several variants of this highway marker exist, including two- and three-colored styles asshown here.

The sign is 15 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

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1910s Trail of the Padres marker

The very first trail signposted along Route 66, 1913. This trail, along with the Santa Fe Trail, the National Road, and the Atlantic Highway, formed the National Old Trails Road Ocean to Ocean Highway in 1914. This trail marker predates the Auto Club of Southern California's porcelain signage all over the southwest.

The sign is 18 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

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1910s blue diamond guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California all over the southwest, primarily in California. It was used from around 1913 to 1929.

The sign is 18 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

Customize and purchase this item.

1910s yellow diamond guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the California State Auto Association all over the west: primarily in California, but also in Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and as far east as Kansas. It was used from around 1915 to 1927.

The sign is 18 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

Customize and purchase this item.

1910s red, white, and blue guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California all over the southwest, including along Route 66. It was used from 1915 to 1927.

The sign is 24 by 18 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

Customize and purchase this item.

1948 town boundary sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California, the California State Auto Association, and the Division of Highways between 1948 and 1956.

The sign is 36 by 18 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

You specify the town name, we get the accurate population and elevation figures, from the 1940 or 1950 census, as well as the correct logo for the geographic location of the town.

Customize and purchase this item.

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