Michigan Highway 60 is a highway between Niles and Jackson in southern Michigan, with an overall pathing toward the east-northeast. The western extent of Michigan Highway 60 frays into two paths, and the route sort of has two western endpoints as a result. The bypass route of Michigan Highway 60 dives around the southern side of Niles, to end at US Route 12, which comes from the southeast to take over as the route designation on the bypass. The Business Route of Michigan Highway 60, which lies north of the bypass route, ends at Michigan Highway 51. From Niles, Michigan Highway 60 heads east-northeast through Cassopolis, Three Rivers, Tekonsha and Homer, on the way to the Jackson area. Whereas Michigan Highway 60 once penetrated right to the heart of Jackson, it diverts northerly onto a newer four-lane highway just shy of reaching the Jackson city limits today. Michigan Highway 60 ends where that northward four-lane highway ends, at a trumpet interchange with Interstate 94 on the northwestern outskirts of Jackson, Michigan.
My photo of Michigan Highway 60 shows one of the western end markers, specifically the one along the business route in downtown Niles. Signage indicating the different directions of Michigan Highway 51 can barely be seen in the background of the photo. I was looking westward down the business route of Michigan Highway 60 as I took this photo in April 2018.