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Photos of places in the East End Connector's path

A public park will be paved over as part of the proposed East End Connector.

Photo by Jeremy M. Lange

A public park will be paved over as part of the proposed East End Connector.

This is one of two churches that will be demolished to make way for the new road. - PHOTO BY JEREMY M. LANGE

Seven businesses will also be affected, as N.C. DOT plans to widen portions of U.S. 70. - PHOTO BY JEREMY M. LANGE

The targeted neighborhood includes abandoned homes and warehouses. - PHOTO BY JEREMY M. LANGE

A train yard runs along Angier Avenue near where the East End Connector will link U.S. 70 and N.C. 147. - PHOTO BY JEREMY M. LANGE
  • Photo by Jeremy M. Lange
  • A train yard runs along Angier Avenue near where the East End Connector will link U.S. 70 and N.C. 147.

  • Photos of places in the East End Connector's path

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