From urban to rural, Route 25 spans Island's diversity
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Route 25 is a state highway that stretches the length of Long Island for 105 miles, from the East River to the East End, curving upward at each terminus like a handlebar mustache. Its westernmost point is near Second Avenue in midtown Manhattan, then it crosses the Queensboro Bridge and reaches eastward all the way to the tip of Long Island's North Fork.
Along the way, Route 25 is known by...