Florida State Road 10 (pre-1945)

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State Road 10 marker

State Road 10
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Existed: 1923 – 1945
Highway system

SR 10 was defined by number in 1923 state law, chapter 9311, approved June 8, 1923:

Route[edit]

SR 10 was extended by number in 1925 state law, chapter 10269, approved June 1, 1925:

SR 10 was slightly realigned by number in 1927 state law, chapter 12300, approved May 13, 1927:

A shortcut was added to SR 10 by number in 1929 state law, chapter 13835, approved June 10, 1929:

A spur was added to SR 10 by number in 1931 state law, chapter 14991:

The same act repealed part of SR 10:

  • That part of Road 10 from Woodville via New Port as near as practicable to St. Marks as defined in the Acts of 1925, Chapter 10269.

1931 state law, chapter 15652, approved June 26, 1931, did exactly the same thing as chapter 14991.

Another spur was added by number in 1931 state law, chapter 15645, approved June 26, 1931:

Certain streets in Panama City were defined as part of SR 10 in 1941 state law, chapter 20292, filed May 12, 1941:

  • Beginning at a point on State Road No. 10 where said road intersects and crosses the Eastern boundary line of the Northwest quarter of Section 11, in Township 4 South, Range 14 West, which is Panama City corporate limits on the East, and running thence Northwesterly and Westerly along State Road No. 10 as constructed by the State Road Department to the Street known as Cherry Street in Milville; thence continuing Westerly along the concrete paved street constructed by Panama City and known as Panama City and Millville Road to Oak Avenue in plat of Old Orchard; thence continuing Westerly and Northwesterly along the concrete paved street and bridge as constructed by the State Road Department across Watson Bayou, thence along the asphalt slag paved street as constructed by the State Road Department to Magnolia Avenue; thence Westerly along the concrete paved streets constructed by City of Panama City as follows: Along Sixth Street to Seaview Avenue or Beach Drive; thence along Seaview Avenue to Frankford Street; thence along Frankford Street to Buna Vista Avenue; thence along Buna Vista Avenue to Chestnut Street; thence along Chestnut Street to Commerce Avenue; thence along Commerce Avenue to Beck Street; thence along Beck Street to Wyoming Avenue; thence Westerly along the asphalt slag street as constructed by State Road Department to the Hathaway Bridge across St. Andrews Bay.

The sections between St. Marks and Panacea and northeast from Newport were never built, though the former was still planned in 1945. Here's what each section became in the 1945 renumbering: