No Fishing or Swimming » Circa 1950
White on green, heavy-gauge steel with embossed letters. (12" x 18")
"Resevoir" Entrance » Circa 1990
Somebody didn't reference a dictionary when they made this sign for a "Resevoir" entrance. (30" x 24")
State, City and Political Boundaries
Indiana Route Markers » Circa 1930-1940
Related Link: Road Signs of Indiana
Indiana Overhead Interstate Signs » Circa 1970
These signs were removed from Interstate 65 in Indiana during reconstruction of that highway through Northwest Indiana.
Older expressway signs like these have plastic "button" reflectors (similar to traffic signs from the 1930s-1950s); new interstate signs have flat reflective letters with no marbles. Also, some states are transitioning to the new "Clearview" typeface.
These two roads have since been given "real" street names (E. 101st Ave. and E. 109th Ave. in northern Crown Point) and are no longer referred to as county roads.
The top sign is 6' x 2'; the bottom is 7' x 2'.
Street Name Signs (D3 Series)
These large signs (4' or greater in length) once hung above the streets of Muncie, Ind., sharing the span wires with traffic signals.
General Service (D9 Series)
General Information (I Series)
Bike Route Signs (D11 Series)
Recreational Area (D7 Series)
Traveler Services (RM Series)
Arrows and Directions