|Murray Valley Highway (National Route 16) (Decommissioned)|
National Route 16 is a rural route in southwestern New South Wales that connections the Sturt Highway with the Victorian highway network.
It services a number of rural properties and was the shortest National Route in New South Wales, however prior to the introduction of the Statewide Route Numbering Scheme in Victoria in the late 1990s, National Route 16 once roughly followed the Murray River between Corryong and Robinvale, using what is now mostly following the current B400 alignment. 2
Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Euston, January 2004.
Image © Michael Greenslade
|Click here for the continuation of Murray Valley Highway as B400 in Victoria|
1 NSW Government, Roads and Traffic Authority, Schedule of Classified Roads, January 2011
2 Sam Laybutt (OzRoads)
3 Robinvale-Euston Visitor Centre, Euston-Robinvale Bridge
4 Victorian Places, Robinvale
Last updated: 23:43:30 30/10/2012.
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