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Old Spanish TrailOLD SPANISH TRAIL - Launched in 1915 in Mobile, Alabama as a connector route between New Orleans and Florida, the Old Spanish Trail (OST) soon expanded to a transcontinental trail, linking St. Augustine, Florida, to San Diego, California.

OLD SPANISH TRAIL CENTENNIAL - Old Spanish Trail 100 has been organized to locate, revitalize and preserve the roadway, businesses and historic sites of the original 1920s OLD SPANISH TRAIL auto highway for a decade long Centennial Celebration with a 2029 motorcade grand finale from St. Augustine, Florida to San Diego, California.

DRIVE THE OLD SPANISH TRAIL - The 2,743-mile-long Old Spanish Trail passes through a landscape rich in culture and scenery. From its start in St. Augustine, a city steeped in Spanish history, to its finish in balmy San Diego, the Old Spanish Trail provides a diverse view of our American heritage. Drive the Old Spanish Trail is dedicated to the identification, interpretation, and preservation of the old road and its historic roadside resources, as well as to the appreciation of its contemporary reality.

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