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South Medford Interchange Project
Gallery of Historical Images

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July 1974:Barnett Road Interchange/south Medford
Old Jackson County Fairgrounds is where Fred Meyer and Hometown Buffet are currently located. Note undeveloped area of east Medford.
Sept. 1966 looking SW.
Gas station and a home is where Dairy Queen, TraveLodge and Days Inn are now located.

Sept. 1966: Looking west.
Note Bear Creek/Barnett Bridge and Interstate overpass are two lane structures. Road work west of Stewart Ave. is widening Barnett Road.
Sept. 1966: looking south.
Original Rogue Valley Manor building in background and much undeveloped land.

Sept. 1966: Southbound off ramp and Barnett Road/Stewart Avenue. Note no signals at ramps. 

Interstate 5, looking north, prior to completion in the early 1960's, between Talent and Phoenix. Photo courtesy: S.O.H.S.Interstate 5, looking north, looking down at the Talent
Interchange, prior to opening. Photo courtesy: S.O.H.S.

Highway 99, looking north near Talent. ODOT Archives: Nov. 1953Highway 99, looking south near the site of the current Armory and Miles Field. ODOT Archives: Nov. 1950

Pouring concrete on the new northbound lanes of I-5 between Phoenix and Talent. Photo courtesy: S.O.H.S.Highway 99 between Phoenix and Ashland, looking south. ODOT Archives: June 1953.