When the Great Renumbering occurred on 1 October 1926, the new United States Highway number 41 left Evansville aiming due south. At that time, there was a ferry across the Ohio River, allowing passengers to connect to the rest of the country via US 41 through Kentucky. For a brief time in 1930, US 41 […]

via US 41 and Ohio River Bridge at Evansville — Indiana Transportation History

A little history about a highway bridge over the Ohio River and a major highway connecting Chicago and the southeast.

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