Monthly Archives: July 2015

Signs show route of old Michigan Road

In northern Indiana, when it comes to historic roads the Lincoln Highway often comes to mind. It was, after all, a coast to coast road. But when thinking of  historic roads that were only in Indiana, the Michigan Road is … Continue reading

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Stone marks historic Chicago Road in Michigan

Last summer I took a day trip across part of southern Michigan on the historic U.S. Highway 12, not far from the Indiana border. And when I say historic, I’m not exaggerating in the least bit. There are many interesting … Continue reading

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Former heavy industrial area in Goshen

Maybe you are fairly new to the Goshen area and have wondered just what used to be located near the State Road 15 railroad overpass on the north side of Goshen. This is north of Rock Run Creek and near … Continue reading

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Road in Milford Junction cut off by SR 15

Milford Junction is a very small unincorporated community just north of Milford in Kosciusko County. As its name implies, it was once a railroad junction and there was a depot near the junction. Both railroad lines are still active today, … Continue reading

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