Great Western Turnpike
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The Great Western Turnpike was a series of east–west toll roads that crossed part of New York in the United States. The toll roads that carried this name were:
- The First Great Western Turnpike, extending from Albany to Cherry Valley over a path similar to today's U.S. Route 20 (US 20)
- The Second Great Western Turnpike, extending from Cherry Valley to Sherburne via Cooperstown over a path similar to today's New York State Route 80 (NY 80)
- The Third Great Western Turnpike (Cherry Valley Turnpike), extending from Cherry Valley to Cazenovia over a path similar to today's US 20
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