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Missouri/Illinois State Line : Quincy Memorial Bridge
Missouri/Illinois State Line, The Quincy Memorial Bridge, a truss bridge over the Mississippi River in Quincy, Illinois that carries (east bound traffic of) United States Highway #24 across into Illinois. This is where United States Highway #24 begins its journey through Illinois, to end at Illinois/Indiana State Line in the northeast, where it enters Indiana leaving Illinois.
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S 3rd Street/State Rte #57 : Indian Mounds Parks
S 3rd Street/State Route #57, to Indian Mounds Park, South Park, Harrison Street Plaza Shopping Center, John Wood Mansion, built in 1835, a historic place, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, State and Eighth Plaza Shopping Center, Morgan-Wells House, a historic place listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Edgewater Park, a park located on the Illinois side of the Mississippi River, Bicentennial Park,
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State Route #104: Quincy, IL
Junction of State Route #104
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Cedar Street : Riverview Park
Cedar Street, to Riverview Park, a park on Quincy Bay, All America City Park, Gardner Park, Parker Heights Park, Sid Simpson State Park,
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Spring Lake Rd : Lakes
Spring Lake Road, Spring Lake, Goose Lake, a lake located in Riverside Township in Adams County, Illinois.
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Junction : State Hwy #96
Junction State Highway #96/County Road 700 E, to Country Meadows, Illinois, a community in Adams County, Illinois, The Quincy Amtrak station, a train station in Quincy, Illinois, United States served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system.
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Junction : State Hwy #96
Junction State Highway #96, Ursa, Illinois, a village in Adams County, Illinois, Rock Creek, Illinois, a community in Adams County, Illinois, Mark Twain Wildlife Refuge, a wildlife refuge is located northwest on the Mississippi River.
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Interstate Highway #172
Northern Terminus of Interstate Highway #172, Bloomfield, Illinois, a comunity in Adams County, Illinois, Admas County Fairground, a fairground located just off State Route #336, in the north. Ewbanks, Illinois, a community in Adams County, Illinois, located along a railroad line south of here on County Hwy 27.
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Co Rd 1324 E : Fowler, IL
County Road 1324 E, Community of Fowler, Illinois,
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E 1625th Street : Paloma, IL
E 1625th Street, Community of Paloma, Illinois,
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County Hwy 12 : Coatsburg, IL
County Highway 12, Coatsburg, Illinois, a village in Adams County, Illinois, Columbus, Illinois, a village in Adams County, Illinois, lies just south on County Road 1900 E. Further south along State Route #104 lies Quincy Regional Airport, also known as Baldwin Field, a city-owned, public-use airport located east of Quincy, Illinois.
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S Main Street : Camp Point, IL
S Main Street, Camp Point, Illinois, a village in Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Public Library, Camp Point United Methodist, Bailey Park. Harrell Lake South, Harrell Lake North, located south along County Highway 11.
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Junction : State Hwy #94
Junction State Highway #94, Blacks, Illinois, a community in Adams County, Illinois, Golden, Illinois, a village in Adams County, Illinois, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Memorial Gardens,
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S Augusta Rd : Clayton, IL
S Augusta Road, The John Roy Site, located in Clayton, Illinois a village in Adams County Illinois, The John Roy Site, is prehistoric village associated with the Mississippi culture. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Clayton Public Library District, Lake Clayton,
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Old US 24 : Mound Station, IL
Old US 24, does a loop on United States Route #24 along with County Road 200 E, Mound Station (Timewell), Illinois, a village in Brown County, Illinois,
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County Road 350 E : Fargo, IL
County Road 350 E, to Fargo, Illinois, a community in Brown County, Illinois, Buckhorn, Illinois, a community in Brown County, Illinois,
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Co Rd 1000 N : Airport
County Road 1000 N, Brown County Flyers Association Airport, Mt. Stering Municipal Airport, a public airport located just west of Mt. Sterling, Illinois.
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State Rte #99 : Mt. Sterling, IL
State Route #99, Mount Sterling, Illinois, a city in Brown County, Illinois, Brown County State Bank, Lake Mount Sterling,
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Junction : State Hwy #99
Junction State Highway #99, State Route #107, Hersman, Illinois, a community in Brown County, Illinois, Gilbirds, Illinois, a community in Brown County, Illinois,
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Co Rd 3/County Road 990 N
County Road 3/County Road 990 N, Cooperstown, Illinois, a community in Brown County, Illinois,
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Ripley Street : Ripley, IL
Ripley Street, Ripley, Illinois, a village in Brown County, Illinois, along La Moine River.
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Bridge on La Moine River
A road bridge carrying US Route #24 across La Moine River.
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Junction : State Route #103
Junction State Route #103, intersects both United States Highway #67 and State Route #100 near Beardstown, Illinois, in the east.
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Intersection : US Rte #67
Intersection United States Route #67, Scripps Park, Schuy-Rush Airport, located nearby. Littleton, Illinois, a village in Schuyler County, Illinois, lies north off United States Route #24, Schuy-Rush Park, Schuy-Rush Lake, located southeast of here along US Route #67.
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E Adams Street : Rushville, IL
E Adams Street, Rushville, Illinois, a city in Schuyler County, Illinois, Phoenix Opera House Block, a historic building in Rushville, Illinois, was built in 1882 is a listed Historic Places. Schuyler County Fairground, Jehovah's Witnesses' Kingdom Hall, Public Square, Rushville Public Library, Spoon River College, Schuyler County Sheriff, Sarah D Culbertson Memorial Hospital. White Oak Hall, a historic schoolhouse near Rushville, Illinois, was built in 1874 listed on the National Register of Historic Places, lies nearby on Lower Beardstown Road.
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Kinderhook Rd. : Turtle Lake
Kinderhook Road, to Turtle Lake, a lake located just off United States Route #24.
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Co Rd 13 : Vermont, IL
County Road 13, to Vermont, Illinois, a village in Fulton County, Illinois,
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Pearl Street : Astoria, IL
Pearl Street, Astoria (formerly Vienna), Illinois, a village in Fulton County, Illinois, Fulton County Health Dept., The South Fulton Churchhouse, a church listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Freshwater Lake, a lake lying northwest of Astoria, Illinois. N Bader Road to, Community of Bader, Illinois.
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Co Rd 2 : Leesburg, IL
County Road 2, to Leesburg, Illinois, a community in Fulton County, Illinois. Community of Bluff City, Illinois is located southeast off US Route #24, near Carlson Lake, Anderson Lake.
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Hammack Rd. : Summum, IL
Hammack Road, to Summum, Illinois, a community in Fulton County, Illinois, located just off United States Highway #24.
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E Line Hwy : Beaty, IL
E Line Highway, Beaty, Illinois, a community in Fulton County, Illinois,
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Junction : State Rte #100/US Rte #136
Junction State Route #100, United States Highway #136, Havana, Illinois, a city in Mason County, Illinois, located on the eastern bank of the River east off United States Route #24. The Havana Water Tower, built in 1889, a historic water tower which stands in Havana, Illinois, a historic place, designated as an American Water Landmark, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Spoon River College, Havana Public Library, Riverfront Park, Mason District Hospital.
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Junction : US Route #136
Junction Us Route #136, At this Junction, US Route #136 leaves US Route #24 ending its brief concurrency and heads west to Ipava Illinois, a village in Fulton County, Illinois. Duncan Mills, Illinois, a community in Fulton County, Illinois, lies at the junction of U.S. Route #24 with U.S. Route #136.
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River Crossing
A Bridge carries US Route #24 over a river.
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E Waterford Road : Dickson Mounds
E Waterford Road, to Sepo, Illinois, Dickson Mounds, a settlement site and burial mound complex of Native Americans near Lewistown, Illinois, southeast of here.
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W Ave E/State Rte #97: Lewistown, IL
Junction of State Route #97/W Ave E
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Junction : State Hwy #78/State Rte 97
Junction State Highway #78, State Route #97,
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State Route #78 : Little America, IL
State Route #78, Little America, Illinois, a community in Fulton County, Illinois, At this Junction State Route #78 part ways with US Route #24 and starts heading north towards Canton, Illinois. Maples Mill, Illinois, a community in Fulton County, Illinois.
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County Road 8 : Liverpool, IL
County Road 8, to Liverpool, Illinois, a village in Fulton County, Illinois. Maples Mill, Illinois, an unincorporated community in Fulton County, Illinois, located on Illinois Route #78 just northwest of here.
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Access Road : Wildlife Area
Access Road to, Woodyard Slough, Rice Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area, Chautaugua National Wildlife Refuge,
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N Duck Island Rd : Wildlife Area
N Duck Island Road, Rice Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area, an Illinois state park in Fulton County, Illinois, on the shores of Beebe Lake, Big Lake,
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E Brown Road : Cooling Pond
E Brown Road, Duck Creek Cooling Pond,
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Junction State Rte #9 : Banner, IL
Junction State Route #9, Banner, Illinois, a village in Fulton County, Illinois, County Road 7/Dyke Road to, Copperas Creek Management Area, Miserable Lake nearby.
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S Glassford Rd : Glassford, IL
S Glassford Road, Glasford, Illinois, a village in Peoria County, Illinois,
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Washington Street : Kingston Mines, IL
Washington Street, Kingston Mines, Illinois, a village in Peoria County, Illinois,
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Walnut Street : Mapleton, IL
Walnut Street, W Wheeler Road, Mapleton, Illinois, a village in Peoria County, Illinois, three different plants, an Evonik chemical plant, a Lonza Group plant, and a Caterpillar Tractor facility are located in Mapleton, Illinois along United States Route #24. Pond Lily Lake lies just south of United States Route #24, Hollis Park Lake lies in the north along Reed City Road.
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Junction State Rte #9: Pekin, IL
Junction of State Route #9
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Pfeiffer Road : Historict District
Pfeiffer Road, to Peoria State Hospital Historic District, also known as Bartonville State Hospital, was a mental health hospital, was abandoned in 1973. The grounds and its 47 buildings are listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. Lake Lancelot, Lake Camelot, located in the west along County Highway 8/Lancaster Road.
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Garfield Ave : Bartonville, IL
Garfield Avenue, Bartonville, Illinois, a village and a suburb of Peoria, Illinois, in Peoria County, Illinois, Clara A. Lauterbach Park, Bartonville Square, Alpha Park, Bartonville Community Bible, Bethel Lutheran Church,
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Interstate Hwy #474 : Shade-Lohmann Bridge
Interstate Highway #474-East Bound, connects with Interstate Highway #74 crossing the Illinois River on The Shade-Lohmann Bridge that carries Interstate Highway #474, near the Peoria Lock and Dam.
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Interstate Hwy #474-Northwest Bound
Interstate Highway #474, Northwest Bound, to General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport, a joint civil-military public use airport located west of Peoria, Illinois, a city in Peoria County, Illinois.
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Intersection State Rte #8 : West Peoria, IL
Intersection of State Route #8/State Route 116. The Cedar Street Bridge, carries Illinois Route #8, Illinois Route #29, and Illinois Route #116 over the Illinois River to East Peoria, Illinois. 
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Main Street : Peoria, IL

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Interstate Hwy #74 : Murray Baker Bridge
Interstate Highway #74, The Murray Baker Bridge, a landmark cantilever bridge that carries Interstate Highway #74 over the Illinois River from downtown Peoria to East Peoria, Illinois. The National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, an United States Department of Agriculture laboratory center in Peoria, Illinois located northwest of here just off Interstate Highway #74, Shea Stadium, a privately-owned stadium, Newman Golf Course, University Plaza, Northwoods Shopping Center,
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Abington Street : Park & Zoo
Abington Street, to Glen Oak Park, The Peoria Zoo (formerly Glen Oak Zoo), a zoo located in Peoria, Illinois, George L. Luthy Memorial Botanical Garden, a botanical garden and conservatory located in Glen Oak Park,
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Junction : US Route #150
Junction United States Route #150, Peoria Stadium, Metro Center Shopping Center, Illinois Central College, Illinois State Route #29, Peoria Heights, Illinois, a village, a suburb of Peoria, IL, in Peoria County in Illinois, Grand View Park, Terrace Park, Hillside Park, Country Club of Peoria, Forest Park Nature Center,
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McClugage Bridge
The McClugage Bridge carries United States Route #24 and United States Route #150 over Upper Peoria Lake in the Illinois River in Illinois,
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US Rte #150/State Hwy #116
United States Route #150/State Highway #116, US Route #150 leaves US Route #24 and heads southeast. Bayview Gardens, Cooper Park, Spinder Marina. Germantown Hills, Illinois, a village in Woodford County, Illinois, lies northeast of here along State Route #116.
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College Drive : Illinois Central College
College Drive, to Illinois Central College, a large Illinois community college, It is the largest campus located in East Peoria, Illinois, just off US Route #150.
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US #24 Bus/State Rte #8 : Washington, IL
US #24 Business Route/State Route #8, Cherry Tree Shopping Center, Hillcrest Country Club, West Lake, Meadow Valley Park, Farmdale Recreation Area, The Farm Creek Section, also known as the Farmdale Geologic Exposure, a hillside in East Peoria, Illinois.
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Co Hwy #3 : Washington, IL
County Highway #3, Metamoura Road, Washington, Illinois, a city in Tazewell County, Illinois, Washington Park, Washington Christian Church, Crossroads United Methodist, Bowen Lake Park, Oak Ridge Park, located nearby on United States Route #24.
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Main Street/State Rte #117 : Eureka, IL
S Main Street/State Route #117, to Eureka, Illinois, a city in Woodford County, Illinois, Ronald Reagan Museum, Eureka College, Eureka Lake, Eureka Presbyterian Church, Maple Lawn Homes,
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County Road 2100 E : Secor, IL
County Road 2100 E, Secor, Illinois, a village in Woodford County, Illinois. On County Hwy 7 in the southwest lies Ridgetop Hill Prairie Nature Preserve,
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Bridge
A bridge over a river carries US Route #24 across near Secor, Illinois.
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Intersection : Interstate Hwy #39/US Rte #51
Intersection Interstate Highway #39/United States Highway #51,
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State Rte #251 :
State Route #251, El Paso, Illinois, a city in Woodford County in Illinois. El Paso Public Library, United Methodist Church. Kappa, Illinois a village in Woodford County, Illinois, lies south along United States Highway #51/Interstate Highway #39. Panola, Illinois, a village in Woodford County, Illinois, Woodford, Illinois, a community in Woodford County, Illinois, located along Illinois Route #251 north off United States Route #24. Minonk, Illinois, a city in Woodford County, Illinois,
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County Hwy #29 : Gridley, IL
County Highway #29/N Center Street, Gridley, Illinois, a village in McLean County, Illinois, Telephone Museum Gridley, Apolstolic Christian Church. Lake Bloomington, a lake located south off US Route #24.
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Co Hwy #23 : Lexington, IL
County Highway #23/N 2480 East Road, to Lexington, Illinois, a city in McLean County, Illinois, Lexington Public Library, Lexington Community Church. Meadows Mennonite Church, Meadows Mennonite Retire Comm., located nearby just off United States Route #24.
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Interstate Hwy #55
Interstate Highway #55, to Bloomington, Illinois, a city in McLean County, Illinois, in the southwest.
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Intersection : Historic Route US #66
Intersection Historic US Route #66, Lexington, Illinois, a city in McLean County, Illinois, lies in the south. In the north along Historic US Route #66 lies The former Illinois State Police Office in Pontiac, Illinois, a historic place, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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Division Street : Chenoa, IL
Division Street, Chenoa, Illinois, a city in McLean County, Illinois, Mathew T. Scott House, chenoa Public Library, United Methodist Church,
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Co Hwy 6/S 1st Street : Fairbury, IL
County Highway #6/S 1st Street, Fairbury, Illinois, a city in Livingston County, Illinois, Dominy Memorial Library, Fairbury City Hall, a historic city hall, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Indian Creek Country Club.
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Center Street : Forrest, IL
Center Street/State Route #47, Forrest, Illinois, a village in Livingston County, Illinois, Forrest Public Library,
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S 4th Street : Chatsworth, IL
S 4th Street, Chatsworth, Illinois, a town in Livingston County, Illinois, Chatsworth Township Library, Cavalry Baptist Church,
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S Green Street/State Rte #115 : Piper City, IL
S Green Street, State Route #115, Piper City, Illinois, a village in Ford County, Illinois, Piper City Rehabilitation and Living Center,
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Interstate Hwy #57
Interstate Highway #57,
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Junction US Rte #45 : Onarga, IL
Junction United States Route #45, Onarga, Illinois, a village in Onarga Township, Iroquois County, Illinois, Onarga Public Library, Onarga Christian Church, Onarga United Methodist,
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Main Street : Gilman, IL
Main Street, Gilman, Illinois, a city in Douglas Township, Iroquois County, Illinois, The Gilman Amtrak station, an Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system train station in Gilman, Illinois, lies nearby. St. Paul Lutheran Church, Gilman Danofrth District Library,
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N 800 East Road : Danforth, IL
N 800 East Road/Central Street, Junction United States Route #45, US Route #45 ends its concurrency with US Route #24 here by leaving and heading north to Danforth, Illinois, a village in Danforth Township, Iroquois County, Illinois,
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Bridge
A bridge crossing a Creek, west of Crescent City, Illinois.
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Intersection : State Rte #49
Intersection State Route #49, 1400 E,
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Maple Street : Crescent City, IL
Maple Street, Crescent City, Illinois, a village in Iroquois and Crescent townships, Iroquois County, Illinois,
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Junction : State Rte #1
Junction State Route #1/N Jefferson Street, Pittwood, Illinois, a town Middleport Township, Iroquois County, Illinois, lies north off United States Highway #24.
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2nd Street : Watseka, IL
2nd Street, Watseka, Illinois, a city in and the county seat of Iroquois County, Illinois, St. Edmunds Catholic Church, Peters Park, Iroquois Memorial Hospital, Legion Park,
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4th Street/US Rte #52 : Sheldon, IL
4th Street/2500 E, Junction United States Route #52, Sheldon, Illinois, a village in Sheldon Township, Iroquois County, Illinois, Sheldon Township Public Library. Iroquois, Illinois, a village in Concord Township, Iroquois County, located along the Iroquois River, north of Sheldon, Illinois on US Route #52.
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Illinois/Indiana State Line
Illinois/Indiana State Line, This is where United States Route #24 crosses over to Indiana leaving Illinois and continues to traverse Indiana, Ohio and Michigan thereafter.