Vintage Utah State Route 21 Road Sign, from before the state used the familiar Mormon Beehive. 15w x 14h. True western flavor – it’s been shot at, bullet holes included.
SR-21 begins at the Nevada state line as a continuation of Nevada State Route 487 and heads southeast through Garrison. It continues southeast past Pruess Lake and continues throughMormon Gap and Halfway Summit. It turns east around Lime Point into Corral Canyon and over Wah Wah Summit. It then heads southeast between Grampian Hill and Squaw Peak into Squaw Gulch, where it turns northeast over Frisco Summit and east through the ghost town of Frisco. It then turns southeast and continues to Milford. SR-21 leaves Milford heading southeast across an agricultural area to Minersville. In Minersville, it turns east past Yellow Mountain, then turns northeast past Minersville Lake State Park. It continues through Adamsville, then turns east around Little Bald Hill through Greenville into Beaver. In Beaver, it crosses I-15 without an interchange, the continues to end at an intersection with Business Loop I-15 (SR-160). The highway dates from 1910.
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