Road Photos & Information: New South Wales
  Mid Western Highway (B64)

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Located in Country NSW, and passing through historic farming country, the Mid Western Highway forms part of the most direct route between Sydney or Brisbane and Adelaide, and consists of mainly two-lane rural highway standard.

Multiplexes along the route include:

History:

Cowra to Hay   Hay to Cowra
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Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign facing Lachlan Valley Way (B81) at Cowra, August 2013. This sign should be prefixed with 'To' beside B64, as B64 doesn't start for another 100m.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction of Cobb Hwy (B75), Mid Western Hwy (B64) and Murray St, Hay, December 2007. This is the western terminus of B64.

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Reassurance Directional Sign :
Distance sign as Mid Western Hwy (B64) leaves Cowra, September 2013.

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  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction of Cobb Hwy (B75), Mid Western Hwy (B64) and Murray St, Hay, December 2007. This is the western terminus of B64.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching Weddin St and Henry Lawson Way, Grenfell, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction of Cobb Hwy (B75), Mid Western Hwy (B64) and Murray St, Hay, December 2007. This is the western terminus of B64.

Image © Paul Rands

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign assembly facing Caragabal-Quandialla Rd at Caragabal, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching Wrights Ln, Goolgowi, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

Distance Sign:
Reassurance directional sign at West Wyalong, September 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign after Henry Lawson Way, outside Grenfell, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign facing Hannan Rd at Weethalle, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Supplemental Advance Directional Sign :
Supplemental advance directional sign with local tourist attractions, as Mid Western Hwy (B64) enters Cowra, September 2013.

Image © Paul Rands

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching Kidman Way (B87) at Goolgowi, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  Supplemental Advance Directional Sign :
Supplemental advance directional sign with local tourist attractions, as Mid Western Hwy (B64) enters Cowra, September 2013.

Image © Paul Rands

Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the roundabout with Kidman Way (B87) at Goolgowi, December 2007.

Image © Richard Wardle

  Advance Directional Sign :
Advance directional sign approaching Olympic Hwy (A41) and Lachlan Valley Way (B81) in Cowra, September 2013.

Image © Paul Rands

Distance Sign:
RD sign as Mid Western Hwy (B64) leaves Goolgowi, August 2013.

Image © Peter Renshaw

  End B64 :
Eastern terminus of B64: the junction with Olympic Hwy (A41) and Mid Western Hwy (A41) in Cowra, September 2013.

Image © Paul Rands

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching the junction of Cobb Hwy (B75), Mid Western Hwy (B64) and Murray St, Hay, December 2007.

Image © Paul Rands

     
Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction of Cobb Hwy (B75), Mid Western Hwy (B64) and Murray St, Hay, December 2007. This is the western terminus of B64.

Image © Paul Rands

     
Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign at the junction of Cobb Hwy (B75), Mid Western Hwy (B64) and Murray St, Hay, December 2007. This is the western terminus of B64.

Image © Paul Rands

     

1 Schedule of Classified Roads (and unclassified Regional Roads), 25 February 2008
2 Journal of Department of Main Roads New South Wales, Extract from September 1958 issue of "Main Roads"

Last updated: 12:09 10/11/2013

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