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State Route 104
NY 104 runs east-west and covers much of the northern part of the state. The route was originally designated as US 104 before being transferred to state control in 1971, and one US 104 marker still exists in Niagara Falls.

Western Terminus: Junction of NY 384 in Niagara Falls.

Eastern Terminus: Junction of NY 13 in Williamstown.

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