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The western terminus of MS 304 is at a trumpet interchange with US 61 just north of the Tunica/DeSoto County Line near Robinsonville. This is the first sign on US 61 NB. MS 304 has a partial interchange with MS 713, which carries I-69. There is no ramp from MS 304 EB to I-69/MS 713 SB. Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
Exit signage on US 61 NB. MS 304 is co-signed with I-69 except for the western 2 miles. Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
View on US 61 SB north of the interchange. The signage for US 61 SB is the same as US 61 NB. Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
Exit signage on US 61 SB. The original control destination, Hernando, was only used at two locations on the freeway: (1) here and (2) at I-55. It has been replaced here (see below). Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
MDOT replaced Hernando with Memphis on both US 61 NB and SB. However, Hernando remains at I-55 (see southern terminus). Photo by Robert Lee on 4/4/2007.
This is the advance signage on MS 304 WB. The sign is at the MS 3 half-interchange. Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
Final signs on MS 304; there is no end signage. US 61 NB is given exit status while US 61 SB is the "through" destination. Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
This is the first shield assembly on MS 304 EB. To I-69 North signage is used here, on MS 3 at the on-ramp, and on the mainline east of MS 3. Photo by Robert Lee on 10/8/2006.
|Historic Western Terminus|
The former western terminus of MS 304 was at the intersection of US 61 and Casino Strip Blvd at Robinsonville. Part of MS 304 from this intersection to just east of MS 3 was redesignated MS 713. At the time I-69/MS 304 was opened, the MS 304 signage shown here had not been changed to MS 713. Photo by Robert Lee on 9/24/2005.
This is the view on US 61 NB. The MS 304 signage has been replaced by "To I-69" signage. Photo by Robert Lee on 8/25/2007.
For photos of MS 304's eastern terminus, see the northern terminus of I-69.|
|Historic Eastern Terminus|
The eastern terminus of MS 304, as well as the northern terminus of MS 304 Scenic Route, is at I-55 in Hernando. This is the view on I-55 NB. Photo taken by Robert Lee on 6/12/2005. At the time I-69/MS 304 was opened, the MS 304 signage shown here for the old highway had not been removed.
The new signage with MS 304 and the Casinos signage removed. Commerce Street was added to the signage. Photo taken by Robert Lee on 8/25/2007.
Looking east on MS 304 toward the I-55 ramps. Photo taken by Zachary Bugg.