Road Trip 1926: SR 64

Today’s roadtrip is a VERY short one. According to Google maps, the entire journey should take less than one half hour.

According to the Indiana State Highway Commission press release before the Great Renumbering, state road 64 can be described as follows: “State Road 64 – Chrisney to Cannellton. (Now State Road 47.)”

By 1932, the number on this road will have changed twice, and the number would be moved north to a new road, and to replace what was SR 56 at Princeton. The two numbers that this replaced SR 64 was SR 66 in 1930, which followed this route, and SR 70 (still is today), which replaced part of SR 66 when SR 66 was built along the Ohio River.

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