Atlantic and Pacific Highway

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The Atlantic and Pacific Highway was an auto trail in the United States, essentially eliminated by the U.S. Highway system in the late 1920s. It connected New York City on the Atlantic Ocean with Los Angeles on the Pacific Ocean.

Routing[edit]

Using the present road names, the highway approximately used the following route:

References[edit]

  • Rand McNally Auto Road Atlas, 1926, accessed via the Broer Map Library: shows the route in and west of Kansas, in St. Louis, and in the Mid-Atlantic States
  • Charleston Gazette, Charleston to Receive 1925 Tourists, February 1, 1925: lists a number of the cities the highway serves
  • Charleston Gazette, Tourists Are Discovering West Virginia's Scenery, June 3, 1927: describes the route in West Virginia