and I were driving home yesterday, we drove down 202 (a.k.a. Daniel Shays Highway). We were looking for the turn to go to Shutesbury Center and, since it was dark, we were carefully watching the street signs. Before we found our turn (which happened to be Prescott Road), the four previous street signs were all for Cooleyville Road. Not only that, once we got on Prescott Road, we came across its intersection with Cooleyville Road. Furthermore, Prescott Road turned into Cooleyville Road. I'd love know how this evolved over time. Can you imagine given people directions that read:
Go down Daniel Shays Highway. After its fourth intersection with Cooleyville Road, turn right onto Prescott Road. When you get to the intersection with Cooleyville Road, continue straight onto Cooleyville Road.
If you look for the intersection of Cooleyville Road and Prescott Road in Shutesbury, MA in your favorite Internet atlas, you can follow Cooleyville Road north as it twists and turns and see the four intersections with Daniel Shays Highway.