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San Antonio Area Freeway System
Interstate 35 North Roadside Photos

This page last updated January 01, 2010

I-35 North highlight map Below are pictures from the roadside and overpasses along I-35 North from N. New Braunfels Ave. to FM 482.  The map below shows the locations of available photos.  The letters are clickable.  There may be more than one picture from each location.

Click here to return to the I-35 North photo galleries page.



 

A
From the Pine St. overpass looking west (southbound)
The exit to I-37 southbound is on the right side.
(August 2005)

 

A
From the Pine St. overpass looking east (northbound)
(August 2005)

 

B
From the N. New Braunfels Ave. overpass looking west (southbound)
(August 2005)

 

B
From the N. New Braunfels Ave. overpass looking east (northbound)
(August 2005)

 

C
From the N. Walters St. overpass looking west (southbound)
The railway overpass is now abandoned.
(August 2005)

 

C
From the N. Walters St. overpass looking east (northbound)
(August 2005)

 

D
From the northbound Loop 410 to southbound I-35 connector, looking south
(August 2005)

 

D
Between the ramps to/from Loop 410 East from I-35 at FM 78/Binz-Engleman Rd.
This is the southwestern corner of the triangle formed by I-35 and Loop 410 near BAMC.
(August 2005)

 

E
Looking south at the northbound Loop 410 to southbound I-35 connector
(August 2005)

 

E
From the northbound Loop 410 to southbound I-35 connector, looking north
The underpass is Binz-Engleman Rd.
(August 2005)

 

E
From the northbound Loop 410 to southbound I-35 connector, looking north
This is a zoomed view of the George Beach (BAMC) overpass
(August 2005)

 

F
From the George Beach (BAMC) overpass, looking south

(August 2005)

 

F
From the George Beach (BAMC) overpass, looking north

(August 2005)

 

G
Looking south from the O'Connor Rd. overpass
This section of I-35 used to have a concrete surface, but was recently paved over with asphalt because the surface was too slippery when wet and too loud.  You can still see the concrete surface on the outside shoulders.
(August 2005)

 

G
Looking north from O'Connor Rd.
(August 2005)

 

H
Looking south from Judson Rd.
(August 2005)

 

H
Looking north from Judson Rd.
(August 2005)

 

I
Looking south from the Shin Oak Dr. overpass
The entrance on the right is from Pat Booker Rd.
(August 2005)

 

I
Looking north from the Shin Oak Dr. overpass
The Loop 1604 interchange is at the top of the hill.
(August 2005)

 

J
Looking south from the Forum Pkwy. overpass
This is the northern edge of the Loop 1604 interchange.
(August 2005)

 

J
Looking north from Forum Pkwy.
(August 2005)

 

K
Looking south from the Olympia Pkwy. overpass
(August 2005)

 

K
Looking north from Olympia Pkwy.
This is Selma, once a renown speed trap.  Speed enforcement is still rather rigorous here, but significantly toned-down since its heyday, much of that due to an increase in the speed limit here to 70 mph and a dramatic increase in development.
(August 2005)

 

L
The I-35 overpass over Cibolo Creek
(August 2005)

 

M
Looking south from the Schertz Pkwy. overpass
(August 2005)

 

M
Looking north from Schertz Pkwy.
(August 2005)

 

N
Looking south from FM 3009

(August 2005)

 

N
Looking north from FM 3009
The developed area starts to thin-out here.
(August 2005)

 

O
Looking south from Wiederstein Rd.
(August 2005)

 

O
Looking north from Wiederstein Rd.
(August 2005)

 

P
Looking south from the FM 482/FM 2252 overpass

(August 2005)

 

P
Looking north from FM 482/FM 2252

The freeway continues essentially as you see here to just south of New Braunfels.
(August 2005)
 





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