🚙 Drive America’s Highways for 30 miles west along U.S. Highway 70 from Nashville to Dickson, Tennessee 🛣️
We start the video turning onto U.S. Highway 70 a few dozen feet west of the intersection with River Road on the far west side of Nashville. Driving southwest on Charlotte Pike, we cross the intersection with Tennessee Highway 251 to enter Bellevue. Continuing our southwesterly drive through Bellevue, we pass the western terminus of highway 70S before bending our way along the north bank of the Harpeth River. Leaving Bellevue, we enter Pegram where we drive northwest to intersect TN-249. Winding our way around the northern banks of the Harpeth River once again, we leave Pegram, passing the service road to the Narrows of Harpeth, and continue west into White Bluff, where we intersect Tennessee Highway 47.
Leaving White Bluff, we continue west on Highway 70 to pass through the northern parts of Montgomery Bell State Park, where we make a brief stop. Resuming our westerly drive on 70, we soon enter Dickson, where we pass the terminus of TN-96. Continuing into Dickson, we cross several local intersections while driving through a commercial district in town before turning northwest on Henslee Drive to bypass downtown. A block or so later, we reach the intersection with Mathis Dr, where we end the video at a red light.