|Amelia Earhart Bridge : Entry of US #59 into Missouri
||The Amelia Earhart Memorial Bridge, a truss bridge over the Missouri River carries US Route #59 across, to Missouri. This is where US Route #59, begins its journey across Missouri to end at Iowa/Missouri State Line about 20 Kilometers north of Tarkio, Missouri, where US #59 crosses over to Iowa.
|Jn. MO #45/273 : State Park
||Junction Missouri Route #45 & 273, Lewis and Clark State Park, a state park in Buchanan County, Missouri lies few miles south of this Junction. Lewis and Clark Village, Missouri, a village in Buchanan County, Missouri, Lewis and Clark Lake, a lake located within the State Park.
|MO Rte #116 : Rushville, MO
||Missouri Route #116, to Rushville, Missouri, a village in Buchanan County, Missouri, De Kalb, Missouri, a city in Buchanan County, Missouri,
|Co. Rd 233 : Conservation Area
||County Road 233/SW Bluff Road, to Bluffwoods Conservation Area, Turkey Ridge Trail, located east side of US Route #59.
|Co Rte 228 : Lakes
||County Route 228, County Hwy U, to New Mud Lake, Old Mud Lake, and Horseshoe Lake, located nearby.
|County Route 209 : Jentel Brees Access
||County Route 209, Jentel Brees Access, an access point on the Missouri River.
|Alabama St./ MO Rte #752 : Hyde Park
||Alabama Street/Missouri Route #752, Hyde Park, Missouri Route #752 connects with Interstate Highway #229. State Highway U, leads to Knelb Memorial Conservation Area in the west.
|US Rte #36 : Pony Express Bridge
||Exit 4B, to US Route #36, The Pony Express Bridge, separate highway bridges for both east and west bound traffic across Missouri connecting Elwood, Kansas with St. Joseph, Missouri, Mitchel Park, Fairview Golf Course, Mo Air National Guard (St. Joseph), Phil Welch Stadium, a baseball stadium in St Joseph, Missouri, Bartlett Park, Missouri Western State University, a public, co-educational university located in Saint Joseph, Missouri, Spratt Stadium, a stadium in St. Joseph, Missouri located within the campus of Missouri Western State University.
|Exit 6A : St. Joseph, Missouri
|Interstate Hwy #229 : Huston Wyeth Park
||At this Junction, US Route #59 leaves Interstate Highway #229 ending their brief concurrency, Huston Wyeth Park, St. Joseph Nature Center, Terrible's St. Jo Frontier Casino, a riverboat casino, and River Bluffs Park are located on Missouri River west side of Interstate Highway #229 nearby. Dupree Memorial Conservation Area, Rosecrans Memorial Airport, a joint civil-military public airport located on the west side of the highway, just northwest of the city of St. Joseph, Missouri.
|Amazonia Rd : Krug Park
||Karnes Road, Amazonia Road, to Krug Park, a park located just off US #59, St. Peter Lutheran Church,
|Missouri K : Amazonia, MO
||Missouri K, intersects Interstate Hwy #229, to Amazonia, Missouri, a village in Lincoln Township, Andrew County, Missouri,
|N Belt Hwy : Country Club, Mo
||N Belt Highway/Interstate Hwy #39, Country Club, Missouri, a village in Andrew County, Missouri, lies between US Route #59 and Interstate Highway #29.
|Interchange : Interstate Hwy #29
||Interchange Interstate Highway #29, Honey Creek Conservation Area, is nearby along I-29,
|Co Rd 345 : Rock Quarry Access
||Co Road 345, to Rock Quarry Access, lies in Jefferson Township in andrew County, Missouri.
|Lake Club Rd : Andrew County Lake
||E Swenson Drive, Lake Club Road, Andrew County Lake,
|State Highway E : Conservation Area
||State Highway E, to Happy Holler Conservation Area, located northeast of Savannah, Missouri,
|N 6th Street : Savannah, MO
||Missouri T, N 6th Street, Savannah, Missouri, a city in and the county seat of Andrew County, Missouri, Missouri T leads to Amazonia, Missouri, a village in Lincoln Township, Andrew County, Missouri, in the southwest across Interstate Hwy #29. Rolling Hills Consolidated Library,
|Interchange : US Rte #71
||Interchange on Intersecting US Highway #71,
|Access : Davis Roadside Park
||Entrance to Davis Roadside Park, a park which US Route #59 passes through,
|State Hwy H : Fillmore, MO
||State Highway H, Fillmore, Missouri, a city in Andrew County, Missouri, Cole Lake lies nearby.
|Junction : Interstate Hwy #29
||Junction Interstate Highway #29, Honey Creek Conservation Area, lies in the south, Nodaway, Missouri, a former town in Andrew County, Missouri near the confluence of the Nodaway River and Missouri River, was camped by Astor Expeditioners.
|Honey Creek Crossing
||A Bridge crosses the Honey Creek on a bridge carrying US Route #59/Interstate Highway #29 concurrent , across.
|Intertate Hwy #29
||At this spot (Exit 67), US Route #59 leaves Interstate Highway #29 ending its concurrency,
|Nodaway Street : Oregon, MO
||Missouri Route #111, Nodaway Street, Oregon, Missouri, a city in and the county seat of Holt County, Missouri, Welty Park. Forest City, Missouri, a city in Holt County, Missouri, lies about 3 miles west of Oregon, Missouri on Missouri Route #111. River Break Conservation Area, a conservation area lies along Prairie Road, southeast of Forest City, Missouri.
|Intersection : Interstate Hwy #29
||US Route #59 intersects Interstate Highway #29, To the northwest lies Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge,
|Junction : Mo Hwy #120
||Junction Missouri Highway #120, New Point, Missouri, a community in eastern Holt County, Missouri, Nodaway Valley Conservation Area, lies nearby.
|US Rte #159 : Nat'l Wil;dlife Refuge
||US Route #159 terminates at this junction with US Route #59, Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, lies just west of Interstate Highway #29, Snow Goose Pool, Pintail Pool, Mallard Marsh, McCormack Conservation Area,
|Mo Rte #113 : Maintland, MO
||Missouri Route #113, State Hwy D, to Maitland, Missouri, a city in Holt County, Missouri, The Largest Bluegrass farm in the world is located here in Maitland, Missouri.
|E9th Street : Mound City, MO
||Junction Missouri Route #118, E9th Street, Mound City, Missouri, a city in Holt County, Missouri, Bigelow, Missouri, a village in Holt County, Missouri, lies on Missouri Route #118 in the southwest, Nearby lies Mallard Marsh,
|Craig Street : Craig, MO
||Missouri Route #111, Craig Street, Craig, Missouri, a city in Holt County, Missouri, Thurnau Conservation Area,
|Milton Rd : Corning, MO
||Milton Road, State Hwy Oo, Corning, Missouri, a village in Holt County, Missouri, Corning Conservation Area, Deroin Bend Conservation Area, are located on the Missouri side of the Missouri River,
|MO Rte #46 : Conservation Area
||Junction Missouri Route #46, to Bilby Ranch Lake Conservation Area, located in Dale Township, one of eleven townships in Atchison County, Missouri,
|Main Street : Fairfax, MO
||State Highway J, Main Street, Fairfax, Missouri, a city in Clark Township, Atchison County, Missouri, Fairfax Community Hospital, Fairfax Community Park,
|Junction : US Rte #136
||Junction US Route #136, Rock Port, Missouri, a city in Clay Township, county seat of Atchison County, Missouri, lies west, off US #59, Memorial Park, Atchison County Circuit Clerk, Atchison Sheriff's Office, Grace Community Church,
|Junction : US #136
||Junction US Highway #136, US Route leaves US Route #59 and heads eastward.
|Main St. : Tarkio, MO
||Main Street, Tarkio, Missouri, a city in Tarkio Township, Atchison County, Missouri, Tarkio College, was a college closed in 1991, Gould Peterson Municipal Airport, a public airport located just west of Tarkio, Missouri.
|State Hwy Aa : Natural Area
||State Highway Aa, 180 Street, to Brickyard Hill Natural Area, Charity Lake, a lake lies within the Conservation Area, just off Interstate Highway #29,
|State Hwy C : Westboro, MO
||State Highway C, Westboro, Missouri, a city in Lincoln Township, Atchison County, Missouri, lies about 4 miles east off US #59, To the west, along US #275 lies Star School Hill Prairie Conservation Area,
|Iowa/Missouri State Line
||Iowa/Missouri State Line, south of Shenandoah, Iowa, a city in Fremont and Page Counties in Iowa, This is where US Route #59 crosses over to Iowa ending its journey across Missouri. -ND11-