New York 215
(Hamlin, 1940-70)

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Decommissioned: c. 1970
Southern Terminus: NY 360, Hamlin
Northern Terminus: Hamlin Beach State Park
Length: 2.46 miles (3.96 km)
Orientation: North-South
Counties: Monroe
Cities: None
Villages: None
Towns: Hamlin
Name(s): Redman Rd.

From the 1940s through the early 1970s, NY 215 was assigned to Redman Rd. between Morton Rd. (Former NY 360) and the original western end of the Lake Ontario State Parkway in northwestern Monroe County with an entrance to Hamlin Beach State Park. When the parkway was extended west into Orleans County in the early 1970s, the NY 215 designation was removed as the Redman Rd. connection to the parkway and park had been eliminated.
Replaced with:

Reference Route 941P (1970s-2007),
Monroe CR 236 (2007-Present)

Scan from the 1971 Gulf Rand McNally New York State
Map showing the 1940s-70s alignment of NY 215
in Monroe County.

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Reference marker found along NY 215's old alignment on Redman Rd. in Hamlin, Monroe County.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 08/07/2004)

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Page Created: August 13, 2022 | Page Updated: August 13, 2022