Indiana State Road 25

Indiana State Road 25

State Road 25 is a highway in the U. S. state of Indiana. Although it is designated a north–south road, in practice it travels generally northeast from its southern terminus at State Road 32 (south of Waynetown and north of Shades State Park) to its northern terminus at State Road 15 in Warsaw.

Read more about Indiana State Road 25:  History, Hoosier Heartland Industrial Corridor, Major Intersections

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