Grand Boulevard (Corona)
It is an ordinary surface street that circles the city's historic downtown area and is approximately half a mile from the city center. It is unusual for being perfectly circular. The street was designed by Hiram Clay Kellogg (In memory of him, there is a street in Corona named Kellogg St). Grand Blvd. was home to international races in 1913, 1914, and 1916. Grand is easily accessible through an exit on California State Route 91. The street is currently part of Corona's Historic District.
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