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Photo: VA 287 in northern Loudoun County (Mapmikey, Oct 2008)
VA 7 Bus: 0 - 0
VA 7: 0.55 - 0.55
VA 9: 3.21 - 3.76
MD STATE LINE: 8.91 - 12.67
Creation: Appeared in 1945 as a renumbering of the northern discontinuous piece of VA 17. Pretty much ran as it does today. This is the 3rd VA 287.
Adjustments: In December 1947 (CTB), VA 287 was rerouted in Lovettsville to skirt around the west side of it. This left behind SRs 796 and 673.
Improvements: Paved upon inception; no multilane segments.
Posting: Fully posted; error SR 287 shield at the Lovettsville Square from about 2008-2013
Legislative names: NONE
Other names: Berlin Tpk (entire route)
Scenic Byway: No segments
Comment: The bridge over the Potomac River is built so that you pass over the town of Brunswick, MD. Incidentally, MD 17 should be MD 79 at the state line.
|Previous VA 287's:
1941 ROUTE LOG
US 58, US 460: 0 - 0
US 17, US 58: 2.0 - 2.0
VA 287 #1: Appeared in July 1933 as a renumbering of an unknown VA 5xx route. Ran in two pieces: US 58 (now VA 337 ALT) Alexander Corner east to Portsmouth WCL and also Portsmouth ECL across the original Jordan Bridge to VA 27 (now US 460) South Norfolk. NOt shown on the main official map or Norfolk inset but is shown on the 1933 Norfolk County map. It is a litte uncertain what happened here. This route was added to the primary system in May 1933 and then mentioned again with a larger batch of additions in Aug 1933.
By Oct 1934 this was renumbered as part of US 460.
VA 287 #2: Appeared by Oct 1934 as a renumbering of a section of US 58. Ran from US 58-460 (curr US 58-VA 337 jct) to US 58 (curr US 58-VA 141 jct) on Turnpike Rd. within Portsmouth.
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