Virginia State Route 269

Virginia State Route 269 (SR 269) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia. Known as Longdale Furnace Road, the state highway runs 6.80 miles (10.94 km) from Interstate 64 (I-64), U.S. Route 60 (US 60), and SR 42 near Nicelytown east to I-64 and US 60 at Longdale Furnace. SR 269 forms part of the old alignment of US 60 in eastern Alleghany County.

Read more about Virginia State Route 269:  Route Description, Major Intersections

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Virginia State Route 269 - Major Intersections
... The entire route is in Alleghany County ... Location Mile km Destinations Notes Nicelytown 0.00 0.00 I-64 / US 60 / SR 42 north (Forty Two Road) – Lexington, Clifton Forge, Craigsville Western terminus I-64 Exit 29 west end of concurrency with SR 42 0.18 0.29 SR 632 west (Longdale Furnace Road) – Clifton Forge Southern terminus of SR 42 Longdale Furnace 6.80 10.94 I-64 east / US 60 / SR 850 (North Mountain Road) – Clifton Forge, Lexington Eastern terminus I-64 Exit 35 1.000 mi = 1.609 km 1.000 km = 0.621 mi ...

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