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SR 156
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State Road 156

SR 156 meanders with the Ohio River from Aurora to Vevay in extreme southeast Indiana. It is a scenic route with river views and high hills, and is part of the Ohio River Scenic Byway route. It connects with SR 56 on both ends. SR 156 serves as access to a casino and the bridge to Kentucky at the Markland Dam on the Ohio River.

The original designation for this route was SR 58 before Indiana started having 3 digit route numbers.
 
SR 156: Vevay (SR 56) < 27.2 miles > (SR 56)

Google Map of SR 156

 


Cities Served: Patriot, Vevay
Counties Served: Ohio, Switzerland
INDOT County Flow Maps (AADT): Ohio, Switzerland
Parent Highway: SR 56
Siblings: SR 256, SR 356
Ending at SR 156: SR 101, SR 250
Related Links: » Indiana State Road 156 from Wikipedia
  » Indiana's Ohio River Scenic Byway
  » Ohio River Scenic Byway


Full Route

Cities Served:Patriot, Vevay
Counties Served:Warren
 
 
  Eastern Terminus: (SR 56)
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Looking south at SR 56 (east junction)
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Looking north at the SR 56/SR 156 eastern junction
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A closer view of the end sign at SR 56
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Looking east on SR 56 at SR 156
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Looking north at SR 56 near Rising Sun
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Looking south at SR 56 under the high bluffs
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  Western Terminus: Vevay   at SR 56
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Looking east east of SR 56
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Closeup of the end sign
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Looking east in downtown Vevay
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  Other Photographs:
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A church in Patriot
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A look at the Ohio River along side SR 156
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Looking east on SR 156 next to the Ohio River
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Eastbound on SR 156 at an Ohio River Scenic Byway sign

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