State Route 93 crosses the state of Ohio from north to south. It angles southwest from Akron, through the middle of the state, to the Ohio River in Ironton. Along the way, it also serves the city of Zanesville. In all, State Route 93 extends a little under 234 miles across the Buckeye State.
We’ve recreated the markers used along State Route 93 and made them available for your enjoyment. It makes a great addition to any garage, bar, man cave, or anywhere else you’d like to show your love for Ohio and its highways. We’ve made this marker using the exact specifications Ohio DOT uses to make their state route markers. That means that every detail is just like the real thing—the fonts, sizes, layout, even the exact outline of Ohio!
Our State Route 93 sign is flat printed on heavy 14 gauge steel. Its durable, non-reflective finish stands up to the harsh elements outdoors, while still looking great indoors. Choose one of four sizes: 12, 16, 24, and 36 inch square. (Real signage is normally 24 inches; 36-inch versions normally appear in places like freeways where high visibility is essential.) Each size contains two mounting holes for your convenience. (Looking for an older version of this route marker? Or perhaps one just like this for another number? Or a state route marker from a different state? We can help with all of those! Just ask Jake to get started on your custom order!)
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