United States road photography. See below for the regional breakdown.

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The Back Roads Gallery
A collection of photographs covering Indiana and Kentucky.
Chris Wilson's Roads in NJ
Various scenes from around New Jersey.
Harv Beagle's Unsupervised March Across the South Carolina Low Country
Signage, water tower, roadside oddity and tourist attractions. From a May 2003 tour from North Augusta along the Savannah River to Charleston and Folly Beach.
Highways Across the Mid-South and West
Covers the Midwest and portions of the South.
I Love Roads
Various views from Boston, Massachusetts; Louisville, Kentucky; Minnesota; and Wisconsin.
Illinois Road Photos
Guide signs and links.
Interstate Bridge (US-41) Project
Covers the upgrade to the facility connecting Menominee, Michigan, and Marinette, Wisconsin.
Jimpoz.com
Includes Project 50, a goal to photograph all state welcome signs, as well as general scenes in the Roadgeek Pictures section of the Photo Album.
My Road Photos
Photos (and videos) of roads, transportation features, and city skylines taken over the years. Most sets are from the ground ( 2 are aerial). US based.
National Road Photography Project
Photographs and commentary on the first federally-funded highway. Includes historical references and links to similar sites.
OKRoads.com
Covers much of the country.
PictureTrail - USHighway101 Online Photos
Contains views from California and Utah.
Road Enthusiasm
Locations around Baltimore.
State Line Signs
Personal collection.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge
Month-by-month galleries of views of the construction of the twin span of the preexisting structure in Washington.
UntraveledRoad
Contains virtual trips from many areas, including along many U.S.-numbered routes, both of the roadways and the scenery around them.
Weird Signs
Gallery of images of unusual examples.
Welcome to America
Welcome signs.
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