Just after leaving Worthington, the original alignment of State Road 67 forks left from the current road.
This road wanders through the Greene County countryside, When it reaches CR 200 W, Old SR 67 turns right. When it reaches US 231, it turns left.
Notice that US 231 diverges from current SR 67 just north of this point. State Road 57 begins its southbound journey there and these two roads run concurrently. Old SR 67 followed this road to the intersection with SR 54, where it turned right.
Old SR 67 enters Switz City on what is now SR 54. When it reaches Chestnut Street, it turns right and then left onto CR 100 N, and continues on it until that road flows back into SR 54. Current SR 67 enters Switz City from the north and exits to the south.
I didn’t stop in Switz City; sadly, there wasn’t much to photograph. After leaving Switz City, Old SR 67 turned south at the first opportunity, which is now CR 750 W. That road leads directly to the town of Lyons, where it becomes Jefferson Street. Old 67 and current 67 meet for the few blocks of town, but then Old 67 follows the blue line out of town.
Lyons was once important enough to have a row of buildings in its downtown, but they are mostly vacant today.
Its post office still operates, though.
Old SR 67 south of Lyons is paved.
When the road reaches the first crossroads, it turns right onto gravel CR 400 S.
At the second crossroads, Old 67 turned left onto CR 900 W. Then at a road Google thinks is both CR 1000 and CR 610, Old SR 67 turned right and crossed a railroad track.
This road is paved.
Shortly Old SR 67 reaches Marco Cemetery.
Then Old SR 67 enters the small town of Marco. Old SR 67 crosses current SR 67 on its way through town.
I didn’t stop in Marco, but I did get this long photo from my car’s front seat.
Old SR 67 exits Marco on CR 600 S. It follows that road until it ends at State Road 59. It turns left onto SR 59 to continue its southbound journey, leaving Greene County on that road.
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