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Southern terminus: Indiana state line, north of Elkhart, IN; becomes IN-19
Northern terminus: US-12, between Edwardsburg and Sturgis
Distance: 1.7 miles

M-205 is a short connector between IN-19 at the Indiana state line north of Elkhart, IN, and US-12.  It is amongst the shortest highways in Michigan, at a length of 1.7 miles. 
 
Here, Brian Reynolds got a shot of the state line in Indiana, looking north into Michigan, at M-205's southern terminus / IN-19's northern terminus.  (Note that you can just barely see the "SR-19" intersection sign on the right side.)  You can also see the first NORTH M-205 shield just past the state line ahead.  The photo was taken on May 4, 2002.

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Below, Brian got a shot of the northern end of M-205 at US-12, between Edwardsburg and Sturgis.  This terminus was shot on May 4, 2002 as well.

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M-205 page last updated on May 7, 2002.