Indiana State Road 335
|Maintained by INDOT|
|Length:||14.51 mi (23.35 km)|
|Length:||4.53 mi (7.29 km)|
|South end:||SR 135|
|North end:||SR 64|
|Length:||9.98 mi (16.06 km)|
|South end:||US 150|
|North end:||SR 60 in New Pekin|
|Counties:||Harrison, Floyd, Washington|
The southern route is about five miles (8 km) long. It connects State Road 64, three miles (5 km) east of New Salisbury, with State Road 135 (its parent route) between New Salisbury and Corydon. Halfway along this road is the town of Crandall.
The northern route is a north–south route that connects the rural areas of northwestern Floyd County and southeastern Washington County. Its southern terminus is U.S. Route 150 near Greenville with the northern terminus at Indiana 60 near Pekin. Halfway through the twelve-mile (19 km) route it passes through the tiny town of Martinsburg.
|Harrison||Jackson Township||0.00||0.00||SR 135 – Corydon, New Salisbury||Southern terminus of SR 335|
|4.53||7.29||SR 64 – New Salisbury, Georgetown||Northern terminus of the southern section of SR 335|
|Gap in route|
|Floyd||Greenville Township||4.53||7.29||US 150 – Palmyra, Greenville||Southern terminus of the northern section of SR 335|
|Washington||New Pekin||14.51||23.35||SR 60 – New Pekin, Sellersburg||Northern terminus of SR 335|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "INDOT Roadway Referencing System" (PDF). staff.