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Regarding Question 1.


If one uses the 1915 USGS Lathrop topo, then you will conclude that the 1915 intersection Y (point B) is now under the freeway, as shown on this animation, using the USGS map.


The 1952 USGS shows the same Y, without any Y at point A. Therefore the Y at point A was built after 1952.




So you were right, the original Y is now under the freeway. Your theory is confirmed by “independent” “authority”


Now I'll look at the second question.




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