Ferdie to Bob

  • Boojferd
    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    September 05, 2018



    If I was going to guess it is a Federal Project related to I-70, originally a connector between I-270 on the North, and I-70 at Bridgeton, by the Airport, and then it got approved for an extension to I-64 (old Rt 40). All related to Interstates and mostly funded by the Federal Govt. To go all the way to I-44 and I-55 would be the next step, but maybe the Federal govt. said No, and it is all up to the State of Missouri. The state must have decided that Rt 141 would be the way to get South to Kirkwood and I-44 at Fenton. Just an Illinois taxpayer's thoughts.

    Rand Conley

    the "1" (or any odd number in a three digit interstate) indicates a spur off of 70 and does not need to conform with the north-south or east-west rule. A "2" (or other even number) would indicate a by-pass or beltway.

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