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#12597016 - 01/26/18 05:55 PM Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS
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Edited by RL206 (01/26/18 05:57 PM)

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#12597022 - 01/26/18 06:01 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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Neat picture! cheers
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#12597311 - 01/26/18 09:24 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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WOW!!!is that what it looks like now WTH is going on? where did the water go eeks

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#12597322 - 01/26/18 09:35 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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That's an oldie but a goodie...... Thanks for sharing!
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#12597463 - 01/27/18 01:34 AM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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That's pretty cool! What year was that?
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#12597535 - 01/27/18 07:07 AM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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Nice pic
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#12597697 - 01/27/18 09:39 AM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: cobester]
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Originally Posted By: cobester
That's pretty cool! What year was that?


I think it was 1968

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#12598743 - 01/28/18 09:19 AM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: Luke57]
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Originally Posted By: Luke57
Nice pic





Plus #1.

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#12598779 - 01/28/18 09:36 AM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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1968 is about right. Me and my dad use to stop and dig earth worms down in those bottoms on our way to Tawakoni. We would stop down on the other end by Rockwall.
I remember seeing 2 concrete bridges were the old highway ran that would be underwater now.

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#12598874 - 01/28/18 11:03 AM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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Wow
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#12599124 - 01/28/18 03:17 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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Check it out ! Only Two lanes each direction!

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#12599257 - 01/28/18 05:07 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: Fishbonz]
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Originally Posted By: Fishbonz
Check it out ! Only Two lanes each direction!



Yep and it stayed that way all the way until some point in the 1990's. I use to walk home from middle school and cross I-30 in Garland. School would let out at 3:50 so it would be some time after 4pm when I would get to I-30 and I could cross it no problem at all. Try that now days and you will be road kill.

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#12599583 - 01/28/18 08:35 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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I actually remember it that way. Great picture.
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#12599682 - 01/28/18 09:30 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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Very cool
If anyone else has any,
Please post
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#12602547 - 01/30/18 02:50 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: Dr. Drop]
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Originally Posted By: Dr. Drop
1968 is about right. Me and my dad use to stop and dig earth worms down in those bottoms on our way to Tawakoni. We would stop down on the other end by Rockwall.
I remember seeing 2 concrete bridges were the old highway ran that would be underwater now.


Was that bridge at Chaha Rd? I remember as a kid dad taking us there and fishing off a closed bridge that was submerged after a couple hundred yards.....can't remember exactly

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#12604439 - 01/31/18 06:26 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: BigCaseyB206]
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Originally Posted By: BigCaseyB206
Originally Posted By: Dr. Drop
1968 is about right. Me and my dad use to stop and dig earth worms down in those bottoms on our way to Tawakoni. We would stop down on the other end by Rockwall.
I remember seeing 2 concrete bridges were the old highway ran that would be underwater now.


Was that bridge at Chaha Rd? I remember as a kid dad taking us there and fishing off a closed bridge that was submerged after a couple hundred yards.....can't remember exactly
Looks like just before Dal Rock Road.

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#12605998 - 02/01/18 05:43 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: BigCaseyB206]
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Originally Posted By: BigCaseyB206
Originally Posted By: Dr. Drop
1968 is about right. Me and my dad use to stop and dig earth worms down in those bottoms on our way to Tawakoni. We would stop down on the other end by Rockwall.
I remember seeing 2 concrete bridges were the old highway ran that would be underwater now.


Was that bridge at Chaha Rd? I remember as a kid dad taking us there and fishing off a closed bridge that was submerged after a couple hundred yards.....can't remember exactly


The bridge you are probably thinking about was the old Highway 66 bridge. It extended out from the Rowlett side of the lake towards the Rockwall side for a couple hundred yards. They ended up demolishing it several years back because it was attracting shady activity. They claimed it was a safety hazard but the real safety hazard is all the rubble they left just below the surface that boaters cant see.

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#12619342 - 02/09/18 04:59 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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I recall several cars going off the bridge before it was widened.
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#12622722 - 02/11/18 07:52 PM Re: Ray Hubbard I- 30 looking east from BPS [Re: RL206]
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I would like to see the south side of RH. From I-30 toward the dam. That would be awesome! I came to Dallas in a covered wagon (LOL) in 1973. I missed it because I was new to the area. Had no reason to drive I-30 E. The only lake I knew then was Lake Mexia.
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