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  Lincoln Highway & Flinders Highway (B100) - Ceduna to Port Lincoln
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The Lincoln Highway links Port Lincoln and the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula with Port Augusta. Starting at the Eyre Highway, west of Port Augusta, the highway heads south to the industrial city of Whyalla. From Whyalla, the highway heads south-west, following the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula, eventually entering the prosperous fishing port of Port Lincoln.

The Flinders Highway connects Port Lincoln with Ceduna, via the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula, travelling in a generally northwesterly direction. The highway is named after the explorer Matthew Flinders, who explored this area during the early 19th century.

History:

Ceduna to Port Lincoln   Port Lincoln to Ceduna
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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching the Coffin Bay Road intersection at Fountain. June 2007.

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  Old Reassurance Trailblazer:
Old reassurance shield mounted to a Stobie pole near New West Road in Port Lincoln. June 2007.

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Distance Sign:
RD sign with old ALT-NR1 shield, located near Merrinthack Road in Fountain. June 2007.

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  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID sign for the Liverpool St intersection, Pt Lincoln. June 2007.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching Tod Hwy (B90) at Fountain. June 2007.

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  Black Diagrammatic AD Sign:
Old black AD sign with ALT-NR1 shield approaching the roundabout with Porter Street, June 2007.

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Tod Hwy Junction:
Looking thru the intersection with Tod Hwy (B90) at Fountain, June 2007.

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  Distance Sign:
RD sign as you leave Port Lincoln area. June 2007.

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Distance Sign:
RD sign located after the Tod Hwy intersection, Fountain, June 2007.

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  AD Sign:
Advance directional sign assembly for Proper Bay Road near Port Lincoln, June 2007.

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AD Sign:
Advance directional sign near McFarlane Road at Coomunga. June 2007.

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  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign for the New West intersection, Port Lincoln. June 2007.

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Distance Sign:
RD sign showing former ALT-NR1 shield, Coomunga, June 2007.

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  ID Sign Assembly:
ID sign and fingerboards facing New West Road at Port Lincoln, June 2007.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching the junction with New West Road at Port Lincoln, June 2007.

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  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching the McFarlane Rd intersection, Coomunga. June 2007.

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Proper Bay Road Intersection:
AD sign and intersection for Proper Bay Road at Port Lincoln, June 2007.

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  Intersection Directional Sign:
ID signage facing McFarlane Road traffic, Coomunga, June 2007.

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Black Diagrammatic AD Sign:
Old black AD sign with ALT-NR1 shield approaching the roundabout with Porter Street, June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

  Distance Sign:
RD sign located after McFarlane Rd, Coomunga. June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

AD Sign:
Advance directional sign on Porter Street approaching the roundabout with Lincoln and Flinders Hwy at Port Lincoln, June 2007.

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  Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching Tod Hwy (B90) at Fountain, June 2007.

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Liverpool Street Intersection:
Port Lincoln CBD, June 2007.

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  Tod Highway Intersection:
Looking northwest at Fountain, June 2007.

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      Distance Sign:
RD sign after the Tod Hwy junction at Fountain. June 2007.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign for the Coffin Bay Road intersection at Fountain, June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

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