Indiana State Route 267 is a north-south route west of Indianapolis, that is gradually being eaten away by various jurisdictional transfers. The northern end is at Interstate 65, exit 133, near Whitestown. From there, Indiana Route 267 runs south to Interstate 70 in Plainfield-- but by the time you read this, another handful of miles at the end might be deleted, who knows. Deletions of this route keep truncating the southern end farther and farther north, as INDOT continues in its endless quest to absolve itself of more and more responsibility.
My photo of Indiana State Route 267 was the last photo I took for my Indiana route marker photo collection, as my original plans to photograph it in the Plainfield area were stymied by Route 267's constant shrinking. This photo is the first southbound trailblazer coming off of Interstate 65 near Whitestown. Back to the Indiana main page. Back to the home page.