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Ohio Route 43
| The southern terminus of OH 43 is at OH
7 in downtown Steubenville. This endpoint features a rarity: not one,
but rather two END shield assemblies! The first one, shown close-up in
the second photo, is on the near right corner of the intersection. The
second END sign assembly, featured in the third photo, stands on the back
right corner. The waters of the Ohio River flow not too far behind the
southern terminus of OH 43. Just beyond the river is the West Virginia
PHOTOS # 1 - 2: Jeff Kitsko, October 28, 2002;
PHOTO # 3: Denny Pine, October 2002.
| From the perspective of OH 7 North is this
guide sign announcing the start of OH 43 North. The building behind the
sign is a jail.
PHOTO # 4: Jeff Kitsko, October 28, 2002.
| The northern terminus of OH 43 is at OH
14 in the southeastern corner of Cleveland. While the southern end of
the route has two END shields, the northern endpoint lacks an END shield.
The arrow plate beneath the JCT OH 14 marker here is typical of older
arrow plates, with two separate arrows denoting the direction in which
OH 14 proceeds through the intersection.
PHOTO # 1: Denny Pine, July 30, 2003.