I-820 East Roadside Views
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Page last updated or reviewed: Created December 19, 2007. Reviewed June 1, 2015
The eastern edge of Loop 820 is very old. It is mostly in its originally-built configuration dating back to its opening in September 1963. The only major improvement since its original construction is the interchange at I-30. 2015 update: Changes have been minimal since these photos were taken in 2007, and these photos are still accurate depictions.
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(Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
Looking south at the merge with TX 121. TX 121 comes in from the right, and northbound 820 traffic comes from straight ahead on the left side. (Photo date: 4-Aug-2007)
This view shows the I-820 southbound main lanes, which curve to the left to continue south. The TX 121 main lanes are on the left and they turn right to proceed westbound to downtown Fort Worth. (Photo date: 2-Aug-2007)
This view looks north at Trinity Blvd (Photo date: 15-April-2007)
Looking north at Randol Mill, with the Trinity River bridge just ahead. (Photo date: 4-Aug-2007)
Looking north at John White road. I-30 is just to the south. The extra lanes associated with the I-30 interchange quickly diminish. (Photo date: 4-Aug-2007)
High resolution Looking south toward the I-30 interchange. (Photo date: 4-Aug-2007)
Looking south along the southbound frontage road, with the I-30 mainlane bridge just ahead. (Photo date: 4-Aug-2007)
Looking south at Meadowbrook, which is just south of I-30. I-820 retains 6 main lanes for a short distance south of I-30. (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
High resolution Looking south at Van Natta, with US 80 just ahead. The freeway is reduced to four main lanes at this point. (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
Looking south at Craig (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
Looking south along the southbound main lanes at Ramey (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
Looking south at Berry (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
High resolution Looking south at Wilbarger, with the US 287 interchange ahead (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)
Looking north at Sun Valley. This section of freeway carries both I-820 and US 287, so it has 8 main lanes. (Photo date: 8-Jun-2007)