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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 346 The Lincoln Highway

Why does Lincoln Highway end in San Francisco, and why is it named after our 16th President? David, Woody and Nicole discuss the western terminus of America's first transcontinental road.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Sep 28, 2019

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 346 The Lincoln Highway Outside Lands Podcast Episode 346 The Lincoln Highway

(above) Legion of Honor, circa 1934

Detail of milemarker 'Western Terminus of Lincoln Highway' in front of Palace of the Legion of Honor, Lincoln Park.

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