A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway

October 30th, 2008 - 1:47 pm ICT by Bupha Ravirot  

Lincoln Highway is made into a documentary to explore the history and the sights of America’s first coast-to-coast roadway in “A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway

Aired Wednesday night 8 p.m. at WTVS-TV, Channel 56 and PBS for it had been planned since 1913 that Lincoln Highway would be made an international highway a 3,400 miles road stretches from coast to coast , New York City to San Francisco. But then parts of the roadway were moved often. There are alternate versions of the Lincoln Highway and fragments along dirt and brick.

The highway Highway enters Ohio from the east on U.S. 30, coming into East Liverpool. Traveling west, the route runs through Hanoverton, Minerva, East Canton, Canton, Massillon, Wooster, Mansfield, Upper Sandusky. Some time in history, Lincoln Highway ran through 14 states, 128 counties and over 500 cities towns and villages.

If you consider taking a road-trip, to discover the landscape and attractions a along the ‘granddaddy of road’ Lincoln Highway. There you will see old motor court with mini-cabins, a Mexican restaurant run by a New Jersey Irishman, a giant shoe, an ancient general store and some Abraham Lincoln statues and Iowa cornfield. The ride will be full of fun and humanity.

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