US 6 / US 395 – Aberdeen

Basin and Range – Owens Valley

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Aberdeen, on the 1950's alignment.
Aberdeen, on the 1950’s alignment.
Cracking caused by the 1922 concrete paving being covered.
Cracking caused by the 1916 concrete paving being covered.
Old stone building south of Aberdeen.
Old stone building south of Aberdeen.
1950's asphalt curbing is visible on the right shoulder. This was installed to prevent water from washing over the road and causing erosion problems. White striping is also visible here.
1950’s asphalt curbing is visible on the right shoulder. This was installed to prevent water from washing over the road and causing erosion problems. White striping is also visible here.
White striping visible just south of Black Rock Springs Road.
White striping visible just south of Black Rock Springs Road.

This segment of US 6/395 was bypassed in the mid 1960’s. The new road runs to the east of this alignment. Not much exists on this road but old striping and pavement. The small resort of Aberdeen can be seen just north of here.

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