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Signage for the Veterans Memorial Highway in Ishpeming, Michigan

US Highway 41 is a part of the United States Numbered Highway System in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan that runs for 278.8 miles (448.7 km) before ending at a cul-de-sac east of Fort Wilkins State Park at Copper Harbor. It enters the state via the Interstate Bridge between Marinette, Wisconsin, and Menominee, Michigan. Most of the highway is listed on the National Highway System. Various sections are rural two-lane highway, urbanized four-lane divided expressway and the Copper Country Trail National Scenic Byway. US 41 passes through farm fields and forest lands and along the Lake Superior shoreline. The highway is included in the Lake Superior Circle Tour and the Lake Michigan Circle Tour, and it passes through the Hiawatha National Forest and the Keweenaw National Historical Park. US 41 was first designated as a US Highway in 1926. A section of the highway originally served as part of Military Road, a connection between Fort Wilkins and Fort Howard during the Civil War. Realignments and construction projects have expanded the highway to four lanes in Delta and Marquette counties and have created three business loops off the main highway. (Full article...)

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