Fifth Avenue, Wicks Road, Crooked Hill Road
Northbound Views
Fifth Avenue begins at Montauk Highway (NY 27A) in Bay Shore. At first, it is a northbound one-way street with a single lane.
Photos taken February 2021.
Fifth Avenue widens to two lanes. There is a traffic light at Union Boulevard (CR 50). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photos taken February 2021.
There is a railroad crossing at the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photos taken February 2021.
Fifth Avenue continues north as a two-lane one-way street for a short distance.
Photos taken February 2021.
Clinton Avenue (CR 13A) joins Fifth Avenue to form a four-lane road. There is a replica of the Fire Island Lighthouse in the median as the two routes merge.
Photos taken February 2021.
Fifth Avenue runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken February 2021.
There is a traffic light at Howells Road (CR 57). Turn right to go east or left to go west.
Photos taken February 2021.
There is an interchange with Sunrise Highway (NY 27).
Photos taken February 2021.
Fifth Avenue continues north through Bay Shore.
Photos taken February 2021.
There is an interchange with the Southern Parkway.
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Fifth Avenue continues north to Brentwood.
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Welcome to Brentwood!
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There is a railroad crossing at the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photos taken February 2021.
North of the railroad crossing, Fifth Avenue becomes Wicks Road.
Photos taken February 2021.
The roadway splits. Bear left onto Crooked Hill Road to stay on CR 13. Bear right for Wicks Road, which is designated CR 7 north of here.
Photos taken February 2021.

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