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Illinois 267
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Illinois State Route 267

Illinois route 267 is an alternate to US 67 between Jacksonville and Medora. This road was US 67 in the 1950s and 1960s. Originally, Illinois 267 connected to US 67 on both ends, but only meets its parent at the south the US 67 bypass opened in Jacksonville. Except for a portion in Jacksonville, it is a two lane road.
 
Illinois 267: Godfrey (US 67) < 59 miles > Jacksonville (Illinois 104)

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Cities Served: Brighton, Carrollton, Godfrey, Jacksonville, Jerseyville, Murrayville, Roodhouse, White Hall, Woodson
Counties Served: Greene, Jersey, Madison, Morgan, Scott
Multiplex: Illinois 111
Related Links: » Rich Carlson's Illinois Highway Page Routes 200 and up
  » Wikipedia - Illinois Route 267


  Northern Terminus: Jacksonville   at Illinois 104
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Looking north approaching route 104
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Looking east on route 104 at route 267
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A closeup of the begin sign
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A closeup of the end sign
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  Southern Terminus: Godfrey   at US 67
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Looking north where route 267 begins
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Looking north at the initial directional sign for route 267 on US 67
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Looking west at US 67 where Illinois 267 ends
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A closeup of the end sign
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  Multiplex Photographs:
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US 67/IL 267: Looking south from I-72
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Ill. 111/Ill. 267: Looking north near Brighton
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