(1958-July 1, 2003)

NORTH End: Stop sign, IA 22 and X14, Johnson County

Facing north on 405

Photo by Jason Hancock

The "End 405" was taken down in 2003, but the bracket's still up three years later.

Facing east on 22

Facing east on 22

Facing west on 22

SOUTH End: City limits of Lone Tree, Johnson County

Facing south on 405

Photo by Jason Hancock

That certainly is a high sign. Which tree is the lone tree?

Facing north on 405 (1998 / 2006)

Left photo by Jason Hancock

The picture of the first sign on 405 contains everything you wanted to see about the highway surroundings. Jason writes, "This is all 0.2 miles of IA 405, which runs from the north city limits of Lone Tree in southeast Johnson County to IA 22 (the intersection is in the background behind the two STOP AHEAD signs)." Until 1980 it went an additional quarter-mile into town. The white building is on the north side of the IA 22 intersection.

Last seen: 2003

Pictures by Jason Hancock: First and fifth, January 2002

Pictures by me: Second-fourth (combo) and seventh, 10/13/06

Page created 12/11/01; last updated 1/1/07

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