US 35

US 36

US 40

Illinois Line just north of Randall

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Ohio Line east of Crete

Cities Served:

Rockville, Bainbridge, Danville, Indianapolis, Emporia, Mount Summit, Lynn

Other Pages:

US 36 endings page
US 36 In Ohio

About US 36:

One of the original US roads, its eastern terminus was originally in Indianapolis. In 1932, it was extended into Ohio.

Western Entrypoint: Illinois Line just north of Randall

The Western entrypoint of US36 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with discriptions.

Eastern Terminus/Entrypoint:

Present Entrypoint: Ohio State Line East of Crete

This is US 36 entering into Indiana. The thumbnail is an attempt at showing the "Welcome to Indiana" sign, the picture shows the rest of the scene.
Photo by James Schul; up August 6, 2003.

This is US 36 exiting Indiana into Ohio. The "Ohio Welcomes You" sign, highlighted in this thumbnail, is a part of this picture.
Photo by James Schul; up August 6, 2003.


Historic Terminus for US 36: Western Indianapolis
at the intersection of Rockville and Washington.

This is looking down what would have been Washington (old US 40) at the intersection with Rockville Road (old US 36). Rockville (was US 36) goes to the right, Washington (was US 40) would have gone under the rail Viaduct.
Photo by Don Hargraves; up Feb 19, 2003.

This is looking down Rockville Rd (old US 36) to its intersection with Washington Rd (old US 40).
Photo by Don Hargraves; up Feb 19, 2003.

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2003, Indiana Highway Ends
Page put online: Feb 19, 2003
Last Updated: August 6, 2003