Ind 118*

Indiana 119

Ind 120

Buffalo
Ind 19 west of Goshen

← 18.2 miles →
← 10.4 miles →

Winamac
Goshen

Cities Served:

Pulaski, Headlee
Goshen

About Ind 119:

The northern portion of IN-119 is part of a historic trail, the Ply-Goshen trail, which ran from Goshen to Plymouth via Bremen. The rest of the trail still exists (with a few gaps) as Elkhart and Marshall county roads, and even extends northeast to near Middlebury.

One can almost see the southern portion of Indiana 119 as an extension of the northern poriton of Indiana 119, except that the maps I own have no sign of any roads -- complete or interrupted -- that would connect the two. At one point the southern portion of Indiana 119 went all the way to Monticello, but as Indiana 39 worked it way north to the Michigan border Indiana 119 was cut back to Buffalo.

Southern Section:

Original Southern Terminus: Monticello

The historic southern terminus of this portion of Indiana 119 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with discriptions.


Present Southern Terminus: Buffalo

The present southern terminus of this portion of Indiana 119 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with discriptions.


Northern Terminus: Winamac

This northern terminus of Indiana 119 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with discriptions.

Northern Section:

Western Terminus: Indiana 19 West of Goshen

This is the view south on Ind 119 at the signage of the intersection with Ind 119.

photo by Tom Weinkauf, up March 23, 2003

Looking at the western terminus of 119 with Indiana 19. There is no "END 119" signage.

photo by Tom Weinkauf, up March 23, 2003


Eastern Terminus: Goshen.

The intersection with the marked "END Indiana 119" signage at Main and Plymouth, Goshen.

photo by Tom Weinkauf, up March 31, 2003

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2003, Indiana Highway Ends
Page put online: March 23, 2003
Last Updated: December 1, 2003