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        Old Red Trail | Early Red Trail Travel

        In 1923, state highways were designated by number and the Old Red Trail became State Highway 3, then was named Highway 10 after becoming part of the national highway system in 1927 from Ludington, Michigan, to Seattle.  It remained a gravel road until the 1950s, and in early years, travel was hampered by road and weather conditions and poor signage.

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