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On 4/18/2019 at 6:55 AM, Frosty said:

Dixon Illinois - childhood home of Ronald Reagan Dixon Illinois? Does it still have the 4-way stop in the middle of town? I was best man in a buddy's wedding in Dixon Illinois.

If you mean on Peoria Avenue, maybe.  There is a Stop Light  after you go over the Rock River, and then the Next intersection has a Stop Sign at all 4 corners with an Old Church there.  That USED to have a OLD Stop Light at all 4.

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10 hours ago, LawMan62 said:

If you mean on Peoria Avenue, maybe.  There is a Stop Light  after you go over the Rock River, and then the Next intersection has a Stop Sign at all 4 corners with an Old Church there.  That USED to have a OLD Stop Light at all 4.

That's probably it. It's been 25-30 years since I was there. I remember the hotel we stayed at was brand new. There were cornfields across the street, part of which had been cut down and used cars had been placed on it. I think it was somewhere on the Lincoln Highway but I'm not 100% certain.

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