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1950s Edsel Ford Expressway Temporary Closure

Today’s feature image taken for the “Detroit News” is dated May 21, 1956, and contains a shutdown of one-half of the Edsel Ford Expressway near the Trumbull exit. Two cars have blocked off the highway behind a tie-up and the line of traffic is waiting behind a motorcycle police officer on a Harley-Davidson V-twin. The first section…

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The John C. Lodge Expressway Detroit, Michigan

The John C. Lodge Expressway (M-10) was built between the early-1950s and in 1953 connected with the Edsel Ford Freeway (I-94.) The Highway runs in a northwesterly direction from downtown Detroit, Michigan, through the suburbs for close to twenty-three miles and ends in West Bloomfield. The Roadway was  initially constructed in segments that also include the James Couzens…

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