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    • List of military roads

    • The following is a list of military roads worldwide. ... Read »


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    • Military road

    • The following is a list of military roads worldwide. ... Read »


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    • A3055 road

    • A3055 road

      The A3055 is an A-Class Road on the Isle of Wight in Southern England. It forms the Southern portion of the circular around-the-Island A-class loop, the northern section being the A3054. The stretch along the south-west coast of the Island is formed by the Military Road. Because of the road's relatively short length ... Read »


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    • Fort Walla Walla–Fort Colville Military Road


    • Georgian Military Road

    • Coordinates: 42°30′15″N 44°27′14″E / 42.5042°N 44.4538°E / 42.5042; 44.4538 The Georgian Military Road (Georgian: საქართველოს სამხედრო გზა [sakartvelos samkhed ... Read »


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    • Hernández–Capron Trail


    • Hubbardton Military Road

    • The Hubbardton Military Road was originally a trail cut through the wilderness of western Vermont, during the American Revolutionary War to connect fortifications on Lake Champlain with existing roads and frontier settlements, so that the Continental Army could be reinforced and supplied. The road stretched about 35 m ... Read »


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    • Jackson's Military Road


    • Macleod-Benton Trail

    • The Macleod-Benton Trail was a wagon road that connected Fort Benton in Montana to Fort Macleod, Alberta on the Canada–US border. It was also known as the Whoop-Up Trail. ... Read »


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    • Military Road (Arlington, Virginia)

    • Military Road

      Military Road is a four-lane arterial road approximately 2.2 miles (4 km) in length in Arlington County, Virginia. It travels in a southeast-to-northeast direction, with its southern terminus at U.S. Route 29, where the roadway continues as North Quincy Road, and its northern terminus is at North Old Glebe Roa ... Read »


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    • Military Road (New Jersey)

    • The Military Road (also known as the Military Supply Road) was a roadway built in the present-day U.S. state of New Jersey during the French and Indian War connecting Elizabethtown (now Elizabeth) with a string of fortifications along the Delaware River in modern Sussex and Warren Counties in northwestern New Jersey. T ... Read »


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    • Military Road (Northumberland)

    • The Military Road is a name given locally to part of the B6318 road in Northumberland, England, which runs from Heddon-on-the-Wall (54°59′51″N 1°47′34″W / 54.9974°N 1.7929°W / 54.9974; -1.7929 (Military Road (eastern end))) in the east to Greenhead (54°58′ ... Read »


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    • Military Road (Omaha)

    • Military Road (Omaha)

      Military Road is a central thoroughfare located in Omaha, Nebraska. A segment of the road located at the junction of West 82nd and Fort Streets was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. Today Military Road, which begins at Nebraska Highway 64 as Nebraska Highway L-28K, ends at Bennington Road near ... Read »


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    • New York State Route 265

    • New York State Route 265

      New York State Route 265 (NY 265) is a 19.75-mile (31.78 km) long state highway located in the western part of New York in the United States. NY 265 is a north–south route that roughly parallels the western parts of the Niagara River in Erie County and Niagara County. For much of its southern course, ... Read »


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    • Normandy Road

    • Naval Weapons Station Earle is a United States Navy base in New Jersey. Its distinguishing feature is a 2.9-mile pier in Sandy Hook Bay where ammunition can be loaded and unloaded from warships at a safe distance from heavily populated areas. The station is divided into two sections: Mainside, located in parts of Colt ... Read »


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    • Old military roads of Scotland

    • A network of military roads, sometimes called General Wade's Military Roads, was constructed in the Scottish Highlands during the middle part of the 18th century as part of an attempt by the British Government to bring order to a part of the country which had risen up in the Jacobite rebellion of 1715. The roads were ... Read »


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    • Ossetian Military Road

    • The Ossetian Military Road (Russian: Военно-Осетинская дорога, Georgian: ოსეთის სამხედრო გზა) was constructed between 1854 and 1889, by Imperial Russian authorities in t ... Read »


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    • Point Douglas to Superior Military Road

    • Point Douglas to Superior Military Road, also known as Point Douglas to St. Louis River Military Road and as Douglas Highway, was a road that ran between Point Douglas, located at the outlet of the Lower St. Croix Lake near Hastings, Minnesota, first to the falls of the St. Louis River near Thomson, Minnesota, and late ... Read »


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    • R115 road (Ireland)

    • R115 road (Ireland)

      The R115 road is a regional road in counties Dublin and Wicklow in Ireland. It follows the Military Road (Irish: An Bóthar Míleata) for its entire length. The R115 is 40.5 km (25.2 mi) long; the full length of the Military Road (Rathfarnham to Aghavannagh) is 57.9 km (36.0 mi). The Military Road ru ... Read »


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    • Red Coat Trail

    • Red Coat Trail

      The Red Coat Trail is a 1,300 km (810 mi) route that approximates the path taken in 1874 by the North-West Mounted Police in their quest to bring law and order to the Canadian West. A number of highways in southern Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta roughly follow the original route. In Alberta, the trail ... Read »


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    • Spanish Road

    • The "Spanish Road" was a military supply/trade route used from 1567–1620, which stretched from Northern Italy to the Low Countries. It crossed through relatively neutral territory, and was therefore Europe's most preferred military route. In the days of its use it was known in French as "le chemin des Espagnols". ... Read »


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    • Military Ridge Road

    • Military Ridge Road

      Military Ridge Road was a road built by the U.S. Army in 1835, connecting Green Bay, Wisconsin with Fort Crawford (Prairie du Chien) via Fond du Lac, Fort Winnebago (Portage), Madison, and Dodgeville. This first military road was a beginning of government planning for overland travel, which eventually led Wisconsin, fi ... Read »


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