A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway
Built in 1913 as the fastest, smoothest path from one coast of the United States to the other, Lincoln Highway is the star of this Rick Sebak-hosted documentary. As Sebak travels the highway between New York and San Francisco, he discovers much about America through conversations with historians, travelers, motel operators, restaurateurs and others in spots ranging from a Mexican restaurant in Rahway, N.J., to a cornfield near Scranton, Iowa.
- Writer:Rick Sebak
A history and celebration of the Lincoln Highway, dedicated in 1913 as the first automobile route to span the United States coast-to-coast from New York City to San Francisco. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway torrent reviews
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