Plank road

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a road surface formed of planks.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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One huge man was asking of the sky: "Say, where de plank road? Where de plank road!" It was as if he had lost a child.
In one of the suburbs is a plank road - not footpath - five or six miles long, and a famous road it is too.
* Center for Family Health-Sycamore, 165 Plank Road, Sycamore;
Committed to delivering uncompromised quality and selection of plants, The Growing Place Garden Center serves customers in local communities with two locations, the original site on Plank Road in Naperville and the retail and growing facilities on Montgomery Road in Aurora, IL.
The project includes a center, two-way left turn lane between Plank Road and the Bay/Creek Street intersection, as well as a new left turn lane for westbound traffic turning onto Plank Road.
Located at 100 Paterson Plank Road in Jersey City, the pre-war building began life in the early 1900s as a boiler factory, and its classic exterior has been restored.
The settlement was located on a plank road built between Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids and thus served as a stopping point between the two towns.
They should stay in the right lane toward Secaucus, and take the Secaucus exit onto the Paterson Plank Road overpass.
For those who think that the most treacherous way of getting from Arizona to California is in a Ford Explorer equipped with Firestone tires, this picture of the Plank Road built in 1915 is a reminder that there might be even more harrowing ways in which to make the trip.
HUNTING Plank Road Wildlife Management area is a new 8,096-acre WMA located in Leon and Jefferson counties and managed by the Florida Forest Service.
One more incident occurred just a few hours later in Zachary, five miles down Plank Road where a man was fatally shot at around 4:45 p.m.