Again, the usual around of link updates. Significant or particularly interesting new links this month include The Expressway Site, and the addition of a multiple state area to the regional pages.
Did the usual processing of updates mailed in by Chris Sampang (focusing on the Sacramento area) and others. This resulted in changes on the following routes: Route 16, Route 17, Route 49, Route 51, Route 65, Route 70, Route 82, Route 84, Route 99, Route 121, Route 123, Route 160, Route 214, Route 275, Route 299,US 50, US 101, US 466,I-5, I-80, LRN 4, LRN 11, LRN 141, LRN 232, County Route E7.
Reviewed the legislative information page. There were no new bills or changes of interest.
Reviewed the December CTC Agendas for items of interest. Noted the following items of interest:
2.3a. Route 84: Route Adoption of a Controlled Access Highway at 04-Ala-84 KP 38.0/46.3 (PM 23.6/28.8) in the City of Livermore.
2.3c. Seven Relinquishment Resolutions:
03-Nev-267,89-KP 0.0/2.9,0.9/1.4 Route 267,89 in the Town of Truckee. This is between Georgina Drive on Route 89 and 0.2 Mi SE of Jeorger Road on Brockway Road, which has been superseded by a new alignment.
04-Ala-84-PM 23.2/24.4 & R24.6/R29.6 Route 84 in the City of Livermore. This relates to the agenda item 2.3a.
04-Ala-84-PM 24.4/R24.6 Route 84 in the County of Alameda. This relates to the agenda item 2.3a.
08-SBd-71-PM 0.6/1.0 Route 71 in the County of San Bernardino. This is relocated and reconstructed county road and frontage road along Serenity Trail, between 0.1 mi NW of Hill Drive and Chino Avenue.
08-SBd-395-PM 5.6 Route 395 in the City of Hesperia. This is relocated city street at Phelan Road and Main Street.
08-SBd-395-PM 5.6 Route 395 in the County of San Bernardino. This is relocated county road at Phelan Road and Main Street.
10-Sta-99-PM 7.1/10.6 Route 99 in the County of Stanislaus. This is relocated county roads and frontage roads between Service Road and Faith Home Road.
2.1c.(6). Project #50 Route 71; complete three miles of sixlane freeway through Pomona, from Route 10 to Route 60 in Los Angeles County. Amend application to update funding plan. In accordance with guidelines established under Resolution G-03-14, suspend project and deprogram ($6,768,000) of TCR funds from original application approval of $10,300,000 for Phase 2 Plans, Specifications and Estimates. Original TCR application approved under Resolution TA-00-01.
Updated information and links on the following routes, based primarily on mail in submissions, mostly from (you guessed it) Chris Sampang:Route 1, Route 11, Route 16, Route 21, Route 24, Route 29, Route 33, Route 34, Route 37, Route 51, Route 58, Route 59, Route 65, Route 68, Route 70, Route 71, Route 84, Route 91, Route 104, Route 113, Route 114, Route 118, Route 138, Route 148, Route 150, Route 157, Route 160, Route 183, Route 195, Route 198, Route 209, Route 238, Route 242, Route 271, Route 274, I-5, I-10, I-15, I-80, I-205, I-238, I-505, I-680, I-710, US 40, US 40A, US 50, US 99, US 99W, US 99E, US 101, US 395, US 399, LRN 52, San Diego County Route S1.
Updated the legislative information page. There were no new bills or changes of interest.
Reviewed the October and November CTC Agendas for items of interest. Noted the following items from October; there was nothing of interest in the November meeting:
2.1c.(5). Project #94 Route 43; widen to four-lane expressway from Kings County line to Route 99 in Selma in Fresno County - $5,000,000. In accordance with guidelines established under Resolution G-03-14, suspend project and deprogram ($2,078,000) of TCR funds from original application approval of $2,600,000 for Phase 1 Environmental and Permits. Original TCR application approved under Resolution TA-01-07. The California Department of Transportation is requesting this change.
2.2c.(1). Final Negative Declaration or EIR: Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding Route 118 in Ventura County Construct onramp and off-ramp to complete an interchange in Simi Valley (ND). This refers to the Rocky Peak interchange.
2.3c. Relinquishement Resolutions:
07-LA-105-PM 4.7 Route 105 in the City of Hawthorne. This is right of way in the City of Hawthorne, consisting of a reconstructed city street and a cul-de-sac.
08-Riv-215-PM 27.4/34.0 Route 215 in the City of Perris. This is reconstructed and relocated city streets at the intersection of Morgan Street and Nevada Avenue, and at Oleander Avenue.
2.5b.(1) State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Projects On the State Highway System. Item.2. Department of Transportation Mojave - from 4.1 km west of Junction Route 14 to West Junction Route 14, and from East Junction Route 14 to 6.8 kilometers east of Junction Route 14. Rehabilitate Route 58 for relinquishment. Note that this may not happen immediately due to funding.
Updated information and links on the following routes, again, primarily based on observations and findings from Chris Sampang: Route 1, Route 4, Pre-1964 Route 6, Route 9, Route 13, Route 14 (current and pre-1964 incarnations), Route 16, Route 17, Route 18, Route 21, Route 22, Route 24, Route 25, Pre-1964 Route 26,Route 30, Route 34, Route 35, Route 39, Route 41, Route 43, Route 44, Route 48, Route 53, Route 58, Route 61, Route 65, Route 70, Route 71, Route 74, Route 77, Route 79,Route 84, Route 88,Route 92, Route 93, Route 96, Route 99, Route 110, Route 111, Route 113, Route 115, Route 117, Route 128, Route 129, Route 138, Route 149, Route 152, Route 160, Route 163, Route 165, Route 169, Route 175, Route 176, Route 177, Route 178, Route 180, Route 183, Route 206, Route 211, Route 228, Route 237, Route 242, Route 256, Route 257, Route 259, Route 260, Route 299,I-5, I-8, I-80, I-405, Former I-480, I-680, I-880,US40, US 48, US 50, US 80, US 91, US 97, US 101, US 395,LRN 14, LRN 26, LRN 43, LRN 167, LRN 191.
Updated my link pages, including adding some new recommended books and some great photolog links of motorcycle rides in California. Added some more information on highway naming. Added a graphic for the Pacific Trail, courtesy of the Highwayman. Added a new answer to the Other Frequently Asked Questions.
Updated the legislative information page. Noted the passage of the following items (not all required changes to the route pages):
AB 260 (Jackson). State highways: litter
Requires Caltrans to assign a high priority to litter cleanup along state highway segments adjoining streams, rivers, beaches, the ocean, and other environmentally sensitive areas. Chaptered 9/24/2003. Chapter 489
AB 812 (Yee) Historic places: Transbay Terminal:
Provides legislative approval for the demolition of the Transbay Terminal building in the City and County of San Francisco, including its associated vehicle ramps, for construction of a new terminal. Chaptered 7/22/2003. Chapter 99.
AB 1717 (Multiple Authors). Transportation.
Various cleanup of route definitions to reflect relinquishements, including Route 39, Route 54, Route 73, Route 90, Route 91, Route 107, Route 110, Route 111, Route 126, and Route 160. Chaptered 9/25/2003. Chapter 525.
ACR 71 (Chu). El Monte Police Officer Donald Ralph
Johnston Memorial Highway.
Designates designate the portion of Route 10 between the intersection with Route 19 in the City of Rosemead and the intersection with I-605 in the City of Baldwin Park as the El Monte Police Officer Donald Ralph Johnston Memorial Highway. Chaptered 8/26/2003. Chapter 115.
SB 314 (Murray) Transportation funding: County of Los
Authorizes the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to impose, in addition to any other tax that it is authorized to impose, a transactions and use tax at the rate of 0.5% for 6½ years or less, for the funding of specified transportation-related purposes designated as capital projects or capital programs, upon voter approval as otherwise required by law. The projects in question are:
Chaptered 9/29/2003. Chapter 594.
SB 315 (Multiple Authors) Transportation.
Does a lot of different things, including congestion management planning, etc. From the point of view of this site, however, the significant thing that it does is redefine Route 2 to incorporate all relinquishments and to permit relinquishment in Beverly Hills. Chaptered 9/29/2003. Chapter 594
SB 612 (Oller) Vehicles: golf carts and low-speed
vehicles: State Highway Route 16: crossing.
Authorizes, until January 1, 2006, a golf cart or a low-speed vehicle to cross Route 16 at certain intersections, if the crossing is controlled by an official traffic control device and is at an angle of approximately 90 degrees to the direction of the highway. Additionally authorizes the Ranch Murieta Community Services District to take any reasonable measures within its jurisdiction that are necessary to ensure that golf carts and low-speed vehicles may cross safely and that highway traffic is not unreasonably impeded thereby. Chaptered 6/24/2003. Chapter 16.
SB 802 (Torlakson) Transportation: interregional road
Includes a new portion of Route 84 and all of Route 239 as an eligible interregional and intercounty route. Chaptered 9/29/2003, Chapter 598
SCR 24 (Morrow). California Highway Patrol Officers
Stephen M. Linen, Jr. and Sean Nava Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of I-5 from Leucadia Boulevard to La Costa Avenue in the City of Encinitas as the C.H.P. Officer Stephen M. Linen, Jr. Memorial Freeway, and the portion of I-5 from Tamarack Avenue to Route 78 in the City of Carlsbad as the C.H.P. Officer Sean Nava Memorial Freeway. Chaptered 9/12/2003. Chapter 127.
Reviewed the September CTC Agendas for items of interest. Noted the following items:
2.1a.(2). STIP Amendment 02S-100. The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) proposes to unprogram approximately $3.8M of RIP funds from the following two projects: the Route 23 Widening project (PPNO 1167D) and the Route 118 Widening project (PPNO 1238J).
2.2c.(6). Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding. Route 80 in Contra Costa County Construct an HOV lane in each direction near Crockett (ND).
2.3b Public Road Connection. Route 101 at Springville Drive 07-Ven-101 KP 27.0 (PM 16.8) in the City of Camarillo.
2.3c. Relinquishment Resolutions:
04-Sol-80-PM R25.9 Route 80 in the City of Vacaville. Relinquishes right of way in the City of Vacaville (City), at Bella Vista Road, consisting of frontage road.
09-Mno-395-KP 82.06 Route 395 in the County of Mono. Relinquishes right of way in the County of Mono (County), at Utility Road (County Road No. 3203), consisting of reconstructed and relocated county road.
There were no changes in September due to the Jewish High Holy Days.
Did the usual link updates, including updating references to the California portion of AARoads to refer to www.westcoastroads.com. Added some more information on the history of US Highway numbering.
Updated information on the following routes, primarily based on observations and findings from Chris Sampang (who's been sending me about five updates a day!): Route 1, Route 2, Route 4, Route 18, Route 19, Route 21, Route 24, Route 30, Route 33, Route 35, Route 36, Route 38, Route 42, Route 46, Route 58, Route 60, Route 75, Route 77, Route 78, Route 79, Route 84, Route 87, Route 92, Route 93, Route 98, Route 99, Route 107, Route 109, Route 117, Route 121, Route 125, Route 159, Route 163, Route 164, Route 168, Route 169, Route 185, Route 200, Route 225, Route 228, Route 229, Route 244, Route 251, Route 266, Route 271, Route 275, Route 285, US 48, US 50, US 101, US 395, I-5, I-10, I-15,I-80, I-205, I-280, I-380, I-880, Tulare County Route J40, San Diego County Route S7, San Diego County Route S8, San Diego County Route S21, San Diego County Route S29, Imperial County Route S78, Pre-1964 Route 10, Pre-1964 Route 26, LRN 105, LRN 130, LRN 184, LRN 255. Chris also provided some good information to update the History of San Francisco's Freeways, and a great link for the History of Sacramento's Freeways. Updates were also done to the page on the El Camino Real.
Updated the legislative information page. Noted the passage of the following items:
ACR 58 (Nakano). Blue Star Memorial Highway.
Designates Route 1 from its junction with Route 5 in Dana Point and its junction with Route 101 at Leggett in Mendocino County as a Blue Star Memorial Highway. Chaptered 7/29/2003. Chapter 108.
SCR 17 (Poochigian). Deputy Sheriff Dennis E. Phelps
Designated the portion of Route 168 from the Temperance Avenue interchange to Shepherd Avenue in the City of Clovis as the "Deputy Sheriff Dennis E. Phelps Memorial Highway". Chaptered 7/24/2003. Chapter 106.
Reviewed the August CTC Agendas for items of interest. Noted the following items:
There are lots of projects to delete widening efforts or to move them to local funds. My guess is this is the result of the budget problems, but as I generally don't keep track of widening, they don't go onto the pages.
2.2c.(4). Approval of Project for Consideration of Route Adoption and Future Consideration of Funding - Route Adopting A Controlled Access Highway at 04-SM-1 KP 61.8/64.1 (PM 38.4/39.8) in the County of San Mateo (FEIR). Resolution E-03-21
2.3c. One Relinquishment Resolution: 09-Iny-395-PM 90.9/99.6 Route 395 in the County of Inyo Resolution R-3554. This refers to right of way in the County of Inyo consisting of reconstructed and relocated county roads, and frontage roads.
2.3d. Vacation Resolution: 07-LA-210-PM R48.7 Route 210 in the City of La Verne Resolution A-853. This is right of way at Williams Avenue that is no longer needed.
2.3d. Vacation Resolution: 09-Iny-395-PM 90.0/99.6 Route 395 in the County of Inyo Resolution A-854. This is right of way in the County of Inyo, between North Fish Springs Road and 0.25 mi S of the Town of Big Pine, that is a right of way superseded by construction on a new alignment.
As for the minor projects, the stock words were: "The Department cannot recommend any project allocation until the State budget is enacted and FY 03- 04 allocation plans are approved by the Commission. In addition, the Commission should be cautious in considering any allocations until the federal budget for FFY 2004 is passed."
July 2003. Updated information on the following routes, again, mostly based on observations from Chris Sampang: Route 1, Route 9, Pre-1964 Route 14, Route 17, Route 20, Route 21, Route 22, Route 28, Route 33, Route 41, Route 58, Route 60, Route 63, Route 67, Route 74, Route 79, Route 94, Route 98, Route 99, Route 107, Route 109, Route 130, Route 135, Route 145, Route 163, Route 168, Route 185, Route 195, Route 228, Former Route 245, Route 259, Route 274, Former US 40, US 101, US 199, I-5, I-10, I-380. Did the usual round of link updates.
Updated the legislative information page. Noted the passage of the following items:
AB 965 (Kehoe). State emblems: official state tall
Establishes "the Californian" as the official state tall ship. Chaptered 7/24/2003. Chapter 113.
ACR 7 (Daucher). California Highway Patrol Officer Don
J. Burt Memorial Highway.
Designate Route 57 between Orangethorpe Avenue and Yorba Linda Boulevard in Orange County as the "CHP Officer Don J. Burt Memorial Highway." Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 80.
ACR 17 (Cogdill). Tuolumne County Vietnam Veterans
Designates that portion of Route 108 located in Tuolumne County as the "Tuolumne County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway." Chaptered 7/8/2003, Chapter 89.
ACR 19 (Aghazarian). Joash E. Paul Memorial
Designate Route 99 between Mitchell Road and the Stanislaus/Merced County line in the County of Stanislaus as the "Joash E. Paul Memorial Highway". Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 81.
ACR 29 (Benoit). Daniel J. Muehlhausen Memorial
Designates the portion of Route 62 from 5.4 miles west to 4.6 miles east of the intersection with State Highway Route 177 in Riverside County as the "CHP Officer Daniel J. Muehlhausen Memorial Highway". Chaptered 7/8/2003, Chapter 90.
ACR 30 (Samuelian). William "Bill" Lehn Memorial
Designates Route 99 between Mountain View Crossing in southern Fresno County to the San Joaquin River on the northern boundary as the William "Bill" Lehn Memorial Highway. Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 82.
ACR 35 (Samuelian). Steven Lindblom Memorial
Designates Route 99 from the San Joaquin River to the Madera/Merced County line in Madera County as the Steven Lindblom Memorial Freeway. Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 83.
ACR 38 (Houston). Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. Memorial
Designates the Fostoria Overcrossing on I-680 in the City of San Ramon as the Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. Memorial Bridge. Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 84.
ACR 39 (Chan). Alexander Zuckermann Bicycle-Pedestrian
Designate the bicycle-pedestrian path on the proposed new span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (I-80) as the Alexander Zuckermann Bicycle-Pedestrian Path. Chaptered 7/11/2003, Chapter 94.
ACR 54 (Strickland). Screaming Eagles Highway: 101st
Airborne Division Highway..
Designates the portion of US 101 in the County of Ventura as the Screaming Eagles Highway. Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 85.
ACR 73 (La Suer). Danielle van Dam Memorial
Designates the overpass on I-8 at 2nd Street in El Cajon the "Danielle van Dam Memorial Overpass." Chaptered 7/2/2003, Chapter 86.
Reviewed the June and July CTC Agendas for items of interest. Noted the following items:
June 2003. The June 2003 updates started late, due to various factors including temple, home remodeling work on the weekends, a kitchen remodel, and most importantly, my breaking my foot (actually, the latter helped with the updates, as I couldn't drive or do home remodeling work on the weekends).
Added a new question to the FAQ: How to find the date a highway was constructed. Did the usual set of link updates.
Updated information on the following routes: Route 1, Route 25,Route 57, Route 60, Route 74, Route 75, Route 99, Route 125, Route 146, Route 163, Route 180, US 101, I-710, I-980. Updated the stats pages, the old-to-new numbers pages, and the chronology. Most of these updates were based on observations from Chris Sampang.
Updated the legislative information page. Noted the passage of the following:
May 2003. As usual, link updates galore. Captured updated status and some fixes to the following highways: Route 2, Route 30, Route 56, Route 57, Route 60, Route 79, Route 86, Route 96, Route 99, Route 125, Route 138, Route 157, Route 171, Route 195, Route 252, Route 267, Former US 40, US 50, US 101, I-5, I-80, I-710, I-905. Thanks to the folks on misc.transport.road for a number of these updates.
Added some information "behind the names" to Route 68.
Updated the Interstate History Page based on information provided by Stephen Summersnote that there are still date discrepancies between Caltrans' history of the Interstates and the letters. This resulted in changes or reference updates on the following routes (routes shown with ¤ were never interstates in California, although the number at one time was proposed as an interstate): I-3¤, I-5, I-7¤, I-8, I-9¤, I-10, I-11¤, I-12¤, I-13¤, I-14¤, I-15, I-30¤, I-40, I-72¤, I-76¤, I-80, I-102¤, I-105, I-106¤, I-109¤, I-110, I-112¤, I-113¤, I-115¤, I-205, I-210, I-280, I-380, I-405, I-480, I-505, I-580, I-605, and I-680.
Added some more links to sites on California's Trolley Systems; for those interested, http://www.snowcrest.net/marnells/trolleys.htm is a great place to start. Added a pointer to Ron Dickson's Aviation History of the San Fernando Valley. This site has some great aviation information, as well as a good selection of old maps of the San Fernando Valley area, which also just happen to show highways as well :-).
Updated the legislative links page, and noted the passage of the following bill:
SB 104 (Machado). State Route 84.
Adjusts the definition of Route 84, and permits relinquishment in the city of West Sacramento, which would change the last segment to be "Route 12 at Rio Vista to the southerly city limit of the City of West Sacramento". Chaptered 4/21/2003. Chapter 5.
Incorporated items from the May 2003 CTC Meeting Agenda:
2.2b. Environmental Matters Comments on Documents in Circulation (Draft EIS/EIR). Route 46 in San Luis Obispo County Widen to fourlane expressway near Paso Robles (DEIR).
2.3c.(1). Relinquishment Resolution. 03-Yol-84-KP 25.25/38.95 Route 84 in the City of West Sacramento.
2.3c.(2). Relinquishment Resolution. 04-Ala-680-PM 12.9/14.1 Route 680 in the County of Alameda.
2.3c.(3). Relinquishment Resolution. 05-SLO-41-PM 16.7/16.9 Route 41 in the City of Atascadero.
2.3c.(4). Relinquishment Resolution. 08-SBd-66-PM 4.1/10.9 Route 66 in the City of Rancho Cucamonga.
2.3d. Vacation Resolution. 06-Ker-202-PM 8.9/9.9 Route 202 in the City of Tehachapi.
2.5b.(1.1). STIP Projects. 05S-SB-101 PM 84.1/90.9. Santa Maria from 0.4 km south of Santa Maria Way Undercrossing to Route 135/101 Separation. Widen to 6-lane freeway.
2.5b.(5). Projects Added to the SHOPP by Department Action. Yolo 03N-Yol-84 PM 15.7/24.2. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) for relinquishment of State Route 84 within the city limits of West Sacramento. [Upon Commission approval of this allocation for $6,199,000, the concurrent Relinquishment Resolution R-3547, and the recording of said resolution, the City of West Sacramento has agreed to immediately accept all elements of ownership, maintenance, operation and liability over the relinquished portion of State Route 84; but is willing to defer actual receipt of funds to as late as June 2006 (as stated in the Relinquishment Agreement).]
April 2003. April updates were minimal, as I was tied up with negotiations on our Rabbi's contract at Temple, which took most of my weekend update time. A few link updates and changes were done. Added some information on Chester Warlow to Route 99. Updated the FAQ answer regarding obtaining photos from about California Highways. Added a new FAQ answer regarding CHP jurisdiction.
March 2003. A relatively quiet month. First, we had the usual link updates and changes. Status and update changes were made on the following routes: I-5, I-15. Updated the legislative tracking page. Incorporate the following items from the February, March, and April CTC agendas, which for some reason I was not mailed. You can find the agendas online at http://www.catc.ca.gov/meetings/index.htm.
February 2003. (part 1) Added a few more name explanations (thanks to all those that got me names, including the reference librarian at the Naval Academy and Shirleigh Brannon at the Caltrans Library):
Did the usual link updates. Updated status information on I-680. Reviewed the January 2002 CTC Agenda for information for the site, but there is nothing of significance (due to the state budget crisis). Broke the regional links page into multiple pages. Updated the legislative information page. Added some status information to US 101 and Route 130.
Did an extensive link verification pass (DSL is great!). A link update razzberry to the folks at AARoads, who moved all of their California Pages around without telling me. You'll now see the following symbols near broken or quasi-broken links:
|Link Down or Disappeared. If you know to where this link has moved, please send me email. If I haven't heard anything, it may be removed at the next round of updates. Often, these are kept on the list in anticipation of their returning. The original URL is retained as an HTML comment.|
|Site is up, but is undergoing extensive renovation. If you are aware of renovation being completed on this site, please let me know.|
|Site may be down. The name was there, but the site was non-responsive at the last check. If you have further status on this site, please let me know.|
|No Longer Maintained. This site is still up, but is no longer being maintained.|
(part 2). Added some more name information and link information (quite a bit, as a matter of factfolks have been busy). In particular, created a new 3LD: http://aaroads.cahighways.org/which points to California Highways @ AARoads, which is replacing Andy Field's San Diego site.
Updated status information on Route 39, Route 84, Route 92, US 101, Route 130, Route 118, US 395, I-405. Added a new question to the Frequently Asked Questions: How Do I Get Pictures of Highways in California?
January 2003. Did the usual beginning of year housekeeping (i.e., changing all the copyright dates), as well as the usual process of link maintenance.
Added a Index to the Names given to all the state highways. This was in response to an idea germinated from an article in the Caltrans Journal of Sep-Oct, as well as a recent Behind the Wheel column in the Los Angeles Times. Added background on highway names to almost all highways. I'm still lacking information on the following; feel free to look them up and let me know who they are named after (and thanks to D. Thomas for finding the story behind four names for me):
[Note: Names for which stories have been found have been struck out]
Reworked the front page to broaden the sense of El Camino Real to Roads and Trails, to better capture the inclusion of the De Anza highway. Of course, since this effected the top navigation bar, it meant a change to every page in the site as well.
Updated the legislative information page. Although we'll probably see the same level of namings, major transportation work will likely be less this fiscal year, given the drastic budget cuts being imposed by Governor Davis.
Did minor status updates to the following routes: Route 1, Route 14,Route 19, Route 39, US 50 (I-305), US 97, Route 99, Route 164, Route 275, and I-680. Added information on a new bypass to Route 88. Added some history to US 101.
Added one book to the recommended reading list, and did a bit of web searching (DSL is a wonderful thing) to find some cover pictures for some of the books that didn't have them. Alas, some of the really great books are so long out of print that covers are not available.
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