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Indiana 39

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Indiana 37 SE of Martinsville

← 194.84 miles →

M-239, Michigan State Line

Cities Served:

Monrovia, Danville, Lebanon, Frankfort, Delphi, Monticello, La Porte

About Ind 39:

Indiana 39 is a north-south road that fits well in the Indiana grid system.

At first, Indiana only made it as far north as Monticello, with Indiana 116 going south to meet it there. However, in the forties and fifties the road was extended; first in sections (Indiana 14 to Lake Hudson, La Porte to Michigan) than, by 1958, as a signed road all the way up.

Southern Terminus: Indiana 37 SE of Martinsville

The Southern terminus of Indiana 39 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with discriptions.

Northern Terminus/Endpoint

Original Terminus: Monticello

The original northern terminus of Indiana 39 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with discriptions.


Present Terminus: M-239, Michigan State Line

Signage and scenery at the first reassurance sign for Indiana 39 just south of the Michigan/Indiana border. Amongst other things, Indiana is known for loose fireworks laws that draw people over from Michigan and Illinois. Indeed, Illinois has started watching the fireworks stores near its border and arresting people who buy fireworks and reappear in the state.

photo by Neil Bratney; taken June 16, 2002, up April 7, 2003

"END Indiana 39 signage almost next to the "Welcome to Michigan" singage. This road continues for about a mile or so as M-239 to the interchange with I-94 - an interchange built because Indiana took so long in completing its portion of Interstate 94.

photo by Neil Bratney; taken June 16, 2002, up April 7, 2003

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2003, Indiana Highway Ends
Page put online: April 7, 2003
Last Updated: December 1, 2003