Ohio State Route 240 marker



State Route 240 was a short state route near Sandusky, Ohio. Established in 1948, it connected SR-163 near Marblehead to East Harbor State Park, on the coast of Lake Erie. It only existed until 1967 or so, when it was folded into SR-269.

Our Ohio State Route 240 marker is an accurate replica of the signs used along this highway from 1952 on. It features the number and the word “Ohio” on a panel cut out in the shape of the state. Our sign precisely duplicates the Ohio outline and the fonts the original used. Finding an original Ohio State Route 240 marker is extremely hard. Since it was such a short route, and only existed for a short amount of time, it’s likely that only a dozen or so were ever made. Any remaining examples would certainly carry high prices on the private collectors’ market—if they ever show up, that is! Our recreated route marker saves you money and avoid the uncertainty. It is a handsome addition to any collection of Midwestern transportation memorabilia or mid-century-themed home decor!

Our Ohio 240 sign is flat printed on 14-gauge steel. Two convenient mounting holes are included. Its outdoor-grade, non-reflective finish is durable enough to withstand the elements outside, while looking great inside as well. We’ve made it available in the original 15¾ in. × 16⅜ in. size, as well as the scaled-down 11⅞ in. × 12¼ in. for your convenience. We also offer two scaled-up versions: 23⅝ in. × 24⅝ in. and 35½ in. × 36⅞ in. (Need a marker like this in a different size, or with another number? We’d be happy to customize it to your needs! Just contact Jake to place your custom order.)

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11⅞ in. × 12¼ in., 15¾ in. × 16⅜ in., 23⅝ in. × 24⅝ in., 35½ in. × 36⅞ in.

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