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Goshen does have a small municipal airport on the southeast edge of town but you can't catch flights into there. The closest airport with commercial service is South Bend Regional Airport, a good 45 minute to an hour drive. Amtrak goes through Goshen but doesn't stop here. I know it used to stop nearby in Elkhart. But you may have to take it to South Bend to get to Goshen. And Greyhound buses don'tcome close to Goshen either.
Thus, you will be coming to Goshen by car. Two major state highways run right through downtown, State Road 15 and U.S. 33. From Fort Wayne, just follow U.S. 33 straight into town. From areas east and west, follow U.S. 20 until you hit State Road 15 if coming from the east or U.S. 33 if coming from the west and follow those south to town. You can also take the Indiana Toll Road (I-80/90) to the State Road 15 Bristol/Goshen exit. The bottom line is, Goshen is quite easy to get to.
Written Sep 8, 2006
Neptune was dedicated in 1912 as a gift to the city by Greek immigrant James Polezoes. Arriving in the United States in 1901, Polezoes settled in Goshen in 1910 where he sold candy, ice cream and owned a downtown theatre. The 6 foot - 10 inch bronze over lead and zinc statue was his way of thanking his adopted home for helping him achieve the American Dream.
Written Sep 2, 2002
Favorite thing: Across America, Greek Revival Architecture from the 1830s to the 1850s expressed early America's desire to model itself upon the modest democracy of ancient Athens. Small, simple, and noble, this courthouse annex in Goshen is a reminder of the far-away time before the United States became a empire.
Written May 2, 2003