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Photographs of Ohio Factories, Farms and Businesses by Trucker Mike: Page 1
|Ohio's economy is pretty equally divided between industry and agriculture. The land ranges from low and fairly level in the north and west to rolling hills in the east and south. I. 77 and I. 75 cut through the state from north to south, I. 70 and I.80 from west to east, and I.71 slices diagonally from the northeast to the southwest. Note: Copy and save any of the photos from this site FREE or purchase larger, printable photographs for a modest fee. Contact me via the e-mail address at the bottom of this page.|
|Old farm in Bethlehem, in north-central Ohio.||Off-shoot of Lake Erie near Lorain, OH. I picked up 4000 lb. sacks of minerals at white bldg. on the left.||
Limestone quarry off I.75, northwest Ohio.
I.80 is a toll road for most of the width of Ohio. Some trucking companies do not like to pay tolls, so if the driver does not want to pay out of his own pocket, he (she) is forced to use alternative routes such as US224, US250, US20, US30, US6 and the like. Two-thirds of these roads are two-lane country roads, winding through small towns, following property lines, crossing ungated railroad tracks. The scenery is pleasant, but this is not the way to make good time on the road. Here are some scenes from rural Ohio.
|Approaching Willard, north central Ohio.||A typical section of US 250 in north-central Ohio.||A pleasant winter day on US 20, western Ohio.|
|A motel I stayed at while delivering vehicles for Morgan. Dalton, OH.||Wintery woods seen from US 322 in north east Ohio.||Maumee River, north west Ohio.|
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Capital = Columbus , Population = 11,542,645
|Cooper Tire plant along I.75 south of Dayton, Ohio.||General Electric Aircraft Engine plant by I.75 north of Cincinnati, Ohio.||A nuclear electricity-generating facility near Bono, Ohio, east of Toledo.|
|Whirlpool appliance factory and distribution center in Clyde, Ohio.||Piggy-back trailers being hauled by trains, a common sight beside US Rte.6 in western Ohio.||PTL truck I was driving, sitting at dock waiting to be loaded outside Cleveland, Ohio.|
Signs and Places Seen in Ohio
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