New York 5
West End: Pennsylvania State Line, Ripley
East End: I-787, Albany

View of the beginning of NY 5 at its western terminus at PA 5
at the Pennsylvania border near Ripley.
Photo taken by John Krakoff on August 18, 2001.


END Seaway Trail sign at NY 5's western terminus.
The Seaway Trail borders Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario
and the St. Lawrence River in New York State
and includes such state routes as NY 5, NY 18, NY 104, NY 3 and NY 37.
Photo taken by John Krakoff on August 18, 2001.


View of the beginning of PA 5 at its eastern terminus at NY 5,
at the New York/Pennsylvania border near Ripley.
Photo taken by John Krakoff on August 18, 2001.


NY 5's eastern terminus is at US 9 in downtown Albany.
An interesting thing about one of New York's longest state highways
is that there lacks end signage at the eastern terminus.
Photo taken by Chris Jordan on February 2001.


NY 5's eastern terminus, as it leads to the Hudson Riverfront.
Photo taken by Chris Jordan on September 16, 2002.


Intersection of NY 5, left, and I-787 service road in Albany
Photo taken by Chris Jordan on September 16, 2002.


The eastern beginning of NY 5 as it leads towards Downtown Albany.
Photo taken by Chris Jordan on September 16, 2002.


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  • Page Created: June 12, 2001; Last Updated: October 10, 2002
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