US 6 – Agua Dulce

6_small Agua Dulce Canyon Road – Agua Dulce

Looking east towards Summit from the Mint Canyon Road.
Looking east towards Summit from the Mint Canyon Road.

Many old alignments of US 6 can be found just east of Agua Dulce. They were bypassed as part of the realignment in 1934.

1934 culvert under Sierra Highway below Summit.
1934 culvert under Sierra Highway below Summit.
Buried section of 1921 concrete near Shady Lane Road.
Buried section of 1921 concrete near Shady Lane Road.
Alignment near Anthony Road. Outer "lane" is a part of a driveway and is not old.
Alignment near Anthony Road. Outer “lane” is a part of a driveway and is not old.

Agua Dulce, spanish for Sweet Water, is a small ranching community. There is also a small airport located here. This section of highway was bypassed in 1963 when the Antelope Valley Freeway was built.

Go East on US 6 to Mojave

Go West on US 6 to Los Angeles

Go West on US 6 via the Mint Canyon Road

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