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A Roadmap for Roadbeds
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Updated: September 21, 2007, 1:58 PM ET
By Tim Tucker

Forgotten Highways There is no doubt that the most consistently productive submerged roadbeds are those that don't get hammered on a regular basis. Aaron Martens' most memorable roadbed is located in Lake Cachuma, a 3,000-acre lake in California's Santa Barbara County. It runs about 2 miles and features several bridges that were not demolished.

"As a kid growing up fishing that lake it kind of taught me a lot," he recalls. "I'd follow that roadbed, which had bushes and medium-sized oak trees ...

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