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The start of Route 1, Key West, Florida
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The corner of Whitehead and Fleming in Key West marks mile marker zero of Route 1, a road that eventually follows all the way through to Fort Kent, Maine some 2390 miles to the north. This image was taken from the back of one of Key West's ubiquitous mopeds - perfect for getting around this warm and pleasant island.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Uploaded: 21/02/2009
Atualizado: 30/09/2014
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Tags: fleming; whitehead; key west; florida; fl; fl; keys; keys; florida keys; florida keys; route 1; route 1; route one; route one; highway 1; highway 1; moped; moped; motorbike; motorbike; intersection; intersection; historic route 1; historic route 1
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