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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. M-204 runs across the Leelanau Peninsula between Leland and Suttons Bay in the northwestern Lower Peninsula of the US state of Michigan. Originally a gravel road, it was later paved, and still later (1969) was relocated in Lake Leelanau. Old 204 is still a public street, and another Old 204 east of Lake Leelanau is still drivable.M-204 starts at an intersection with Manitou Trail/M-22 south of Leland next to Duck Lake. From there it runs along the south shore of Lake Leelanau's northern lobe. At the village of Lake Leelanau, M-204 crosses the Narrows and turns northeasterly. Near the intersection with Horn Road, M-204 turns southeasterly into the village of Suttons Bay. Inside the village, it is known as Race Street. It ends downtown at St. Joseph Avenue/M-22.
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M-204 (Michigan Highway)
Michigan Department of Transportation, M-22 (Michigan Highway), Leelanau Peninsula
Adélaïde Laurie Felicie
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