Everglades City put on a weekend-long celebration when the Tamiami Trail opened 80 years ago this week, on April 25th, 1928.
Everglades City put on a weekend-long celebration when the Tamiami Trail opened 80 years ago this week, on April 25th, 1928. COURTESY OF THE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES OF FLORIDA
Everglades City put on a weekend-long celebration when the Tamiami Trail opened 80 years ago this week, on April 25th, 1928. COURTESY OF THE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES OF FLORIDA

The Trail at 80: A new documentary retraces the eccentricities of South Florida's signature highway

April 20, 2008 03:01 AM

UPDATED April 25, 2008 01:40 PM

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