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             B: Red-eyed Pete was a stoplight, said to be the last on an interstate. In a ceremony held near Caldwell, Idaho in 1984, old Pete was removed from his post, deposited in a coffin, dropped into a grave, and buried. He was the last representative of his kind to maintain an outpost on the Interstate Highway System.

            Pete represented the end of an era. With him gone, you could travel the entire interstate system without encountering an obstacle to your progress (except for heavy traffic, rain, snow, ice, wrecks, police action, tires falling off trucks, birds, etc).

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