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Missing endpoint photos

Endpoints of US highways that have not yet been photo'd for http://www.usends.com . These endpoints are recognized by AASHTO, but as of last report, signage at these junctions did not yet reflect the route description. You can mouse over markers to identify; or click on markers for more info and options; or click on an endpoint in the list below. If you'd like to see all endpoints in a particular state (current, historic, photo'd, and unphoto'd) then use this index: http://www.usends.com/mapguy/Status/index_cw.htm
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US 48 west end, Weston WV
Virginia has signed their short segment of this route pretty much since it was commissioned (2002), but WV's first US 48 signs weren't installed until 2010, and that was only on a newly-completed segment near the VA line. A very-generalized route of the planned highway is shown with a red line east of here; once that segment is complete, I expect US 48 will be signed all the way west to its terminus here.
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US 121 north end, Beckley WV
The US 121 designation is reserved for a highway that is mostly non-existent at this point. A very-generalized route of the envisioned highway is shown with a red line. There is some question whether this highway will ever be built. A short segment west of Beckley is open to traffic, and is currently signed as WV 121.
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US 121 south end, Pound VA
The US 121 designation is reserved for a highway that is mostly non-existent at this point. A very-generalized route of the envisioned highway is shown with a red line. There is some question whether this highway will ever be built. This marker is placed at the approximate location where the highway is planned to connect with US 23.
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US 59 south end, Laredo TX
In spring 2014 TXDOT obtained AASHTO's permission to relocate US 59 traffic to this port-of-entry. They changed US 59 signage about one year later.
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US 377 south end, Del Rio TX
Around the beginning of 2016, Google Maps began showing all US routes bypassing Del Rio, and apparently this junction now marks the end of US 377.