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Oregon State #19 Highway Guide

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0.0
0.0
305 ft.
Intersection
Intersection Interstate Highway #84 just north of Arlington, Oregon, on the bank of Columbia River (Oregon side), It's here Oregon Route #19 starts its southerly journey.
1.0
1.6
381 ft.
Arlington, Oregon
Arlington, Oregon, a city in Gilliam County, Oregon, located on Oregon Route #19, south of Columbia River
1.1
1.8
381 ft.
Airport Road
Airport Road, Arlington Municipal Airport, a public airport located northeast of Arlington, Oregon, in Gilliam County, Oregon,
7.0
11.3
722 ft.
Cedar Springs Lane
Cedar Springs Lane, Community of Shutler, Oregon
7.5
12.0
741 ft.
Montague Road
Montague Road, Eightmile Canyon Road,
16.7
26.8
961 ft.
Upper Rock Creek Road
Upper Rock Creek Road, Olex Road, Olex, Oregon, a community in Gilliam County, Oregon,
16.8
27.0
981 ft.
Middle Rock Creek Road
Middle Rock Creek Road, to Community of Rock Creek, Oregon,
22.7
36.6
1923 ft.
Clem Road
Clem Road, Clem, Oregon, a community in Gilliam County, Oregon,
24.9
40.1
2339 ft.
Speece, Oregon
Community of Speece, Oregon
26.5
42.7
2484 ft.
Pennngton Road
Pennington Road, to Community of Clem, Oregon,
28.5
45.9
2533 ft.
Wolf Hollow Road
Wolf Hollow Road, Spring Hollow Road,
29.4
47.3
2516 ft.
Gwendolen, Oregon
Community of Gwendolen, Oregon
32.4
52.1
2657 ft.
Gwendolen Road
Gwendolen Road, Dry Fok Road,
37.2
59.8
2900 ft.
Condon Airport Road
Condon Airport Road, Condon State Airport, (also known as : Condon State Pauling Field) a public airport located northeast of the city of Condon, Oregon in Gilliam County, Oregon,
37.7
60.7
2861 ft.
Condon, Oregon
Wassco Heppner Highway/Oregon Route #206, Condon, Oregon, a city in Gilliam County, Oregon,
43.2
69.6
2011 ft.
John Day Highway
John Day Highway/Trail Fork Road,
46.9
75.5
2415 ft.
Ramsey Canyon Road
Ramsey Canyon Road, Dyer State Park, a state park located along Oregon State Highway #19,
50.0
80.5
2956 ft.
Junction
Junction Quinn Road, Carter Hill Road,
54.0
86.9
2986 ft.
Hoover Creek Road
Hoover Creek Road, Black Butte Road,
57.1
91.9
2667 ft.
Fossil, Oregon
Oregon State Highway #218/Shaniko Fossil Highway, Fossil, Oregon, a city in Wheeler County, Oregon, Fossil, Oregon is the site of the only public fossil field in the U.S.A. An antique automobile museum and a local history museum are located in Fossil, Oregon. The City hosts Wheeler County Fair and Rodeo in August, and Wheeler County Bluegrass Festival in July.
60.6
97.5
2989 ft.
Kinzua Road
Kinzua Road, Kinzua, Oregon, a former company town and ghost town in Wheeler County, Oregon,
67.1
108.0
3560 ft.
Rowe Creek Road
Rowe Creek Road, Shelton State Wayside, along Oregon Highway #19,
76.6
123.3
1709 ft.
Junction
Junction Oregon Highway #207, Service Creek, Oregon, a community in Wheeler County, Oregon,
78.7
126.6
1703 ft.
Pullover/Rest Area
Pullover/Rest Area, on the bank of John Day River along the Oregon Highway #19/207 combine,
81.1
130.5
1716 ft.
Bridge on John Day River
A bridge to cross John Day River, A county Road travelling through Richmond, Oregon, connects with Oregon Highway #207,
87.0
140.0
1768 ft.
Road to Winlock
County Road, to Community of Winlock, Oregon,
89.0
143.3
1788 ft.
Spray, Oregon
Kahler Basin Road, Spray, Oregon, Spray, Oregon, a city in Wheeler County, Oregon, An Annual half Marathon and a Rodeo Parade are the annual events held here in Spray, Oregon on Memorial Day Weekend.
92.0
148.1
1801 ft.
Junction
Junction Oregon Highway #207/Heppner Spray Highway,
101.7
163.7
1850 ft.
Kimberly Long Creek Highway
Kimberly Long Creek Highway, Kimberly, Oregon, a community in Grant County, Oregon, The James Cant Ranch Museum and the Thomas Condon Palenontology Center & Museum of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument are located south of Kimberly on Oregon Route #19.
108.7
174.9
2014 ft.
Access Road
Access Road, to Longview Ranch Airport, a private Airport located south of Kimberly in Wheeler County, Oregon, just off Oregon Route #19
110.4
177.7
2034 ft.
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
Lake Fire Trail, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, a park in eastern Oregon, located within the John Day River Basin. Blue Basin, a volcanic ash bowl transformed into claystone by eons of erosion, colored pastel blue by minerals located near here in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon
112.3
180.8
2077 ft.
Cathedral Rock
Cathedral Rock, A high steep rock, part of a great slump block located along the bank of John Day River, along Oregon Highway #19,
112.9
181.7
2080 ft.
John Day Highway
John Day Highway, A Loop road on Oregon Highway #19,
113.7
182.9
2080 ft.
A Loop Road
A Loop Road, John Day Highway,
114.5
184.3
2103 ft.
Dick Creek Road
Dick Creek Road, near Blue Basin in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon
115.0
185.0
2113 ft.
Trail to John Day Fossil Beds
Trail to Blue Basin, Turtle Cove, in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, off John Day River along Oregon Highway #19, in Oregon
118.1
190.0
2234 ft.
Access
Access to Cant Ranch, Sheep Rock, a rock located along the Oregon Highway #19 in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument,
118.3
190.3
2297 ft.
View Point/Rest Area
A Loop, Viewpoint/Rest Area, in close proximity to Sheep Rock, in T.C.John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
119.6
192.5
2211 ft.
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, a national park located within the John Day River Basin. The has three units: Painted Hills, Sheep Rock, and Clarno, which is west of Fossil. Erosion from thousands of years ago transformed Blue Basin, a volcanic ash bowl, into claystone and colored pastel blue by minerals.
120.2
193.4
2221 ft.
Junction
Junction United States Highway #26, This is where the Oregon Highway #19 terminates on the south near Picture Gorge along the John Day River, in Oregon