Vermont Route 30 is a north-south highway extending from Brattleboro to Middlebury. Extending for just over 110 miles (180 km), much of its route passes through or is immediately adjacent to either the Green Mountains or the Taconic Mountains. The views of these two ranges, and of the Adirondacks further off to the west, makes Route 30 one of the most scenic drives in Vermont.
We’ve recreated the Vermont Route 30 highway marker so you can relive your journeys down this idyllic road. Our sign is made according to the exact state standards introduced circa 1993, and still in use in the present day. Show your love for the Vermont mountains by adding this marker to any room in the house.
Our Vermont Route 30 marker is flat printed in the USA on heavy 14-gauge steel. Its glossy, non-reflective finish will last for years, indoors or outdoors, even through a harsh New England winter. We offer it in both of the original sizes as seen on the road: 24 inches square for ordinary use, and the 36-inch “oversize” marker used on freeways and important junctions. We also offer scaled-down 12-inch and 16-inch markers for those looking to conserve space or decorating budget. All four sizes include two convenient pre-drilled mounting holes. (We can fully customize this sign to your needs! Need it in a size not listed here? Or are you looking for a different route number? Perhaps you need a totally different sign, from Vermont or elsewhere. We’ve got you covered! Just contact Jake to get started on your custom order!)