Interstate 65 North - Clinton & Tippecanoe Counties

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Southwestern Clinton County continues the agricultural landscape of Interstate 65 to Fickle and the diamond interchange with Indiana 28 (Exit 158). Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 28 comprises a four-lane divided highway leading east from Exit 158 nine miles to the Clinton County seat of Frankfort. Westward the state road travels 1.3 miles to Fickle and U.S. 52 near Clarks Hill. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Exit 158 departs Interstate 65 north for SR 28. A 152.8-mile route, SR 28 travels across Indiana from the Illinois state line to Williamsport, Attica, Frankfort, Tipton, Elwood, Albany, Ridgeville and Union City. Photo taken 11/05/09.
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Interstate 65 continues 11 miles northwest to Dayton and 16 miles to the east side of Layette. Chicago is 137 miles. Photos taken 11/05/09.
Now in Tippecanoe County, Interstate 65 is within one mile of a folded diamond interchange (Exit 168) with Indiana 25 south and Indiana 38 by the town of Dayton. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 25 used to run through Lafayette on a shared alignment with U.S. 52 (Sagamore Parkway) between Teal Road and Schuyler Avenue. The state road now follows Indiana 38 southeast from U.S. 52 to Exit 168 and Interstate 65 north to Exit 175. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 38 begins in Lafayette, from U.S. 52 and Indiana 25 near Tippecanoe Mall, and leads east to Dayton, Mulberry and U.S. 421 south to Frankfort. Overall the state road stretches 116.4 miles to Noblesville, Pendleton, New Castle and Richmond. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 25 west from U.S. 52 joins Lafayette with Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana and Shadeland ahead of a southerly turn to Wingate, Waynetown and Indiana 32 west of Crawfordsville. Photo taken 11/05/09.
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A loop ramp faces south for Indiana 25 south and Indiana 38 (Walnut Street) opposite a Norfolk Southern Railroad line. U.S. 52 and southeast Lafayette is a 5.3 mile drive via SR 25 & 38 west. Photos taken 11/05/09.
Interstate 65 & Indiana 25 north
Indiana 25 uses Interstate 65 to bypass Lafayette on a seven-mile overlap. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Remington in southern Jasper County is the next community highlighted on northbound mileage signs beyond Lafayette. Chicago is 127 miles to the northwest. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 26 constitutes a commercialized arterial leading west from Exit 172 of Interstate 65 to U.S. 52 (Sagamore Parkway) in Lafayette. Photo taken 11/05/09.
One half mile south of the Exit 172 diamond interchange with Indiana 26. SR 26 joins Lafayette with Rossville and Kokomo to the east and suburbs to Monitor beside Interstate 65. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 26 provides the most direct route to Purdue University in West Lafayette. Ross-Ade Stadium traffic is advised to use Exit 175 via a route of Schuyler Avenue, U.S. 52 and Northwestern Avenue (currently U.S. 231). U.S. 231 is proposed to shift to a new bypass of West Lafayette. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 26 represents another cross-state route between the Illinois and Ohio State lines. The highway enters Indiana as Illinois 9 near Ambia and exits the state as Ohio 119 near Bellfountaine for a distance of 150.1 miles. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Interstate 65 & Indiana 25 straddle hilly areas of east Lafayette after the SR 26 on-ramp. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Delphi, the next community of interest along Indiana 25 north, is 17 miles. Remington follows along Interstate 65 north in 31 miles. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Eisenhower Road spans Interstate 65, one mile south of the Exit 175 diamond interchange with Indiana 25 north and Schuyler Avenue (former SR 25) south. INDOT is currently upgrading SR 25 from Lafayette to Logansport as part of the Hoosier Heartland Industrial Corridor . Photo taken 11/05/09.
Interstate 65 & Indiana 25 wind toward a crossing of the Wildcat Creek. This stretch of freeway opened in 1969. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 25 travels 32 miles northeast from Lafayette to Logansport parallel to a Norfolk Southern Railroad line. The state road bypasses, or will bypass as part of the expressway upgrade project, several towns along the way including Americus, Delphi, Rockfield, Burrows, and Clymers. Photos and additional information of the Indiana 25 project can be found on the AARoads Forum. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Exit 175 and Indiana 25 northbound part ways with Interstate 65 north. Indiana 25 continues north from Logansport to Rochester and a northern terminus at Warsaw. Schuyler Avenue (former Indiana 25 south) serves the industrial north side of Lafayette from Wildcat Creek to U.S. 52 (Sagamore Parkway). Photo taken 11/05/09.
Interstate 65 north
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Interstate 65 leaves Lafayette and crosses the Wabash River en route to Battle Ground. Photos taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 43 crosses paths with Interstate 65 at Battle Ground via a parclo interchange (Exit 178). Another two-segment route, Indiana 43 travels from West Lafayette to Reynolds to the north and Cincinnati and Whitehall to the south. Photo taken 11/05/09.
One half mile south of the Exit 178 off-ramp to Indiana 43. The state road joins Battle Ground and Interstate 65 with Brookston (Indiana 18) in adjacent White County. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Exit 178 departs Interstate 65 north for Indiana 43. Battle Ground is home to Prophetstown State Park and Tippecanoe Battlefield State Memorial, both of which are accessible via Indiana 225 east from SR 43. SR 43 north also serves interests to Lakes Shafer and Freeman of the Tippecanoe River via connections with U.S. 421 at Reynolds. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Reassurance shield posted for Interstate 65 north as the freeway nears Burnett Creek near Battle Ground. Photo taken 11/05/09.
The next exit lies ten miles to the north with Indiana 18. Interstate 65 remains through agricultural areas until Remington (Exit 201). Photo taken 11/05/09.
Interstate 65 straightens out and approaches the County Road 725 North over crossing in northern Tippecanoe County. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Entering White County along an uninterrupted stretch of Interstate 65 between Cairo and Badger Grove. Photo taken 11/05/09.


 


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11/05/09 by AARoads

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