The SS17 is the principal artery running down the central spine of Italy, from Antrodoco in Lazio to Foggia in Puglia. It has been greatly improved in recent decades, but it remains almost entirely S2. It features some very long straights interspersed with gigantic parabolic curves.
Bend ahead with an old cast iron fingerpost
Remote stretch of Route 71 in Nebraska
Rochester Bridge seen from the east side with a moody sky in the background
Brutalist concrete in the 21st century, seen from Wigg Island
The causeway to Holy Island, at high-tide.
The A855 on the North end of the Trotternish peninsula of Skye.