NY 332

North End: I-90 - near Victor
South End: US 20/NY 5/NY 21 - Canandaigua


NY 332 at its southern terminus with US 20, NY 5 and NY 21 in Canandaigua. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 1, 2000.



US 20, NY 5 and END NY 332 shields at NY 332's southern terminus. Photo taken by Dan Garnell on August 2001.



US 20, NY 5 and END NY 332 shields at NY 332's southern terminus. Photo taken by Bryan Farr on June 30, 2002.



US 20, NY 5, NY 21 and END NY 332 shields at NY 332's southern terminus. Photo taken by Bryan Farr on June 30, 2002.



NY 332's southern terminus from US 20 and NY 5 in Canandaigua as seen from US 20 and NY 5 eastbound. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 11, 2002.



NY 332's southern terminus from US 20 and NY 5 in Canandaigua as seen from US 20 and NY 5 westbound. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 11, 2002.



NY 21, NY 332 and NY Thruway shields on US 20 and NY 5 eastbound in Canandaigua at NY 332's southern terminus. Photo taken by Douglas Kerr on October 20, 2002.



NY 332's northern terminus is at I-90 in Victor. Photo taken by Douglas Kerr on March 8, 2002.



1st southbound NY 332 shield in Farmington. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 11, 2002.



NY 332's northern terminus at I-90 (NY Thruway) in Farmington. The end assembly and toll plaza for Thruway Exit 44 can be seen in the distance. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 11, 2002.


BONUS COVERAGE

NY 332's former southern terminus at West Ave. (Old US 20/NY 5) in downtown Canandaigua. NY 332 was extended 3/4 mile to its current southern terminus when US 20/NY 5 was rerouted onto the western bypass in 1981. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 11, 2002.



Signage on West Ave. reflecting NY 332's former southern terminus, as well as US 20/NY 5's former routing through downtown Canandaigua. Photo taken by Mark Sinsabaugh on September 11, 2002.


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