Longtime readers know that I spent my spare Saturdays last summer exploring US 50 across Indiana. Reports from the road filled this blog for weeks. But I didn’t share everything with you.
I didn’t show you all the vintage signs attached to a building near Lawrenceburg.
I didn’t tell you about the brief abandoned alignment I found west of Dillsboro.
I didn’t mention the welcoming committee that met me in Aurora.
I overlooked that US 50 crosses both alignments of the historic Michigan Road.
I could have showed way more about the towns I visited, such as this shot from Vincennes.
I sort of forgot to bring up the tank on the courthouse lawn in Brownstown.
And I kept to myself the big rock formation on old US 50 south of Shoals.
I can keep these and many other overlooked gems along Indiana’s US 50 secret no longer! I have written them all up, with my usual obsessive-compulsive thoroughness, on my roads pages at jimgrey.net.
I’ve also covered US 40 and the National Road in western Indiana in detail. Check it out.
Last updated on 22 February 2020 by Jim Grey