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.