Michigan Highway 94, not to be confused with Interstate 94, is a state highway in the middle of the Upper Peninsula. Its western end is at Michigan Highway 553 near Gwinn and the decommissioned Sawyer Air Force Base, in an area fifteen miles due-south of Marquette. From this western end, Michigan Highway 94 runs east to Munising, and then south-southeast to Manistique. The section from Munising to Manistique is more of a north-south highway; after all, it's connecting a town on the north shore of the Upper Peninsula to a town on the south shore. The southeast endpoint in Manistique occurs at US Route 2.
My photo of Michigan Highway 94 signage comes from a junction with US Route 41. Once Michigan Highway 94 sets out toward the east from its western endpoint near Gwinn, the first numbered route it encounters is US Route 41. Southeast of Marquette and Harvey, Michigan Highway 94 joins US Route 41 south for just a mile or two before continuing eastward. The photo shown here was taken at the southern junction of the two routes, where Michigan Highway 94 regains its eastward motion and its independence. The aperture faces west in this photo showing signage intended for westbound travelers. Thanks to the signage, travelers now know that continuing west on Michigan Highway 94 requires a turn to the north on US Route 41 for now. This photo was taken at the end of July 2022, as part of a drive to the Keweenaw, Drummond Island, and Alpena.