Ohio State Route

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Akron Metropolitan Area - Transportation - Highways
... Interstate 76 Interstate 77 Interstate 80 (Ohio Turnpike) Interstate 271 Interstate 277 Interstate 480 U.S ... Route 224 Ohio State Route 5 Ohio State Route 8 Ohio State Route 14 Ohio State Route 18 Ohio State Route 21 Ohio State Route 43 Ohio State Route 44 ...
Ohio State Route 533
... Ohio State Route 533 (OH 533) is a short two-lane north–south state highway in west central Ohio ... to the northeast of the county seat of Bellefontaine, Ohio State Route 533 runs a distance of 1.8 miles (2.9 km) miles between Ohio State Route 540 and ...
List Of State Highways In The United States Shorter Than One Mile - Ohio
... Note Only mainline routes are listed Ohio State Route 253 Ohio State Route 319 Ohio State Route 358 Ohio State Route 365 Ohio State Route 371 Ohio State Route 372 Ohio State ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Athens County, Ohio - Current Listings
... Athens County Infirmary 02003-05-01May 1, 13183 ... State Route 13 Dover Township Currently known as "The County Farm" or "The County Home." Today, it houses Job Family Services ... State, E ... Union Sts Athens Athens State Hospital 01980-03-11March 11, 1980 State Route 682 and Richland Ave Athens The former state mental hospital, and formerly a working farm ...

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