Michigan Highway 125 is a route in the southeast corner of Michigan, parallel with US Route 24 as it runs north-northeasterly out of Toledo, Ohio. Michigan Highway 125 is a remnant of US Route 25, which no longer enters Michigan. The southern end of Michigan Highway 125 is a point along the Ohio state border. The roadway continues south into Ohio as "Detroit Avenue," which eventually converges with US Route 24. The northern end of Michigan Highway 125 also converges with US Route 24, just north of Monroe, the only sizeable town Michigan Highway passes through. That northern terminus is about halfway between Toledo and Detroit.
My photo of Michigan Highway 125 shows the southern start of the highway. The signage depicted is the first northbound reassurance marker, seen by traffic that just crossed the border from Ohio into Michigan. This photo was taken in October 2016, at a point earlier than my other Michigan highway photographs. This trip in October 2016 was a drive around Ohio on the way home from West Virginia--it wasn't oriented around Michigan at all.