SC 35
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From: near Cayce (Lexington County)
To: West Columbia (Lexington County)
Total Length: 5.6 miles  
ROUTE LOG
I-77 (exit 2): 0 - 0
SC 2: 3.1 - 3.1
US 21, US 176, US 321: 0.9 - 4.0
US 1: 0.6 - 4.6
SC 12: 0.2 - 4.8
US 378: 0.5 - 5.3
Creation: Appeared on Official maps between 1993-96 running from US 21-176-321 along 12th St north to US 378 in West Columbia. This is the 2nd SC 35.
Adjustments: Between 1998-2000, SC 35 was extended south to I-77, with a break between Godley Rd and SC 2.
In 2005 SC 35 is shown as complete.

1996 Official
SC 35 appears
1996 Official
2000 Official
SC 35 expanded
2000 Official
2009 Official
SC 35 completed
2009 Official

Improvements: SC 35 was paved and multilaned on all segments upon opening.
Comment: SC 35 was not posted until the entirety of it was finished.
SC 35 provides an effective back way into Cayce from I-26 via I-77.

Previous SC 35's:

1937 ROUTE LOG
US 52, SC 34 EB: 0 - 0
SC 763: 1.0 - 1.0
SC 34 WB: 5.6 - 5.7
US 15: 7.9 - 13.6
Chesterfield-Darlington Line: 8.1 - 21.7
US 1: 5.8 - 27.5
SC 903: 9.8 - 37.3
SC 265: 6.3 - 43.6
SC 9: 8.4 - 52.0
NC STATE LINE: 3.4 - 55.4
SC 35 #1: An original state route. Ran from SC 41 (current US 52 Business) Darlington northwest through Hartsville to end at SC 50 (now US 1) McBee
In 1923, SC 35 was extended northwest as new primary routing through Jefferson to end at SC 9 Pageland.

1922 Auto Trails
SC 35 Darlington to McBee
1922 Auto Trails
1923 Auto Trails
SC 35 extended to Pageland
1923 Auto Trails

In 1925 or 1926, SC 35 was extended north as new primary routing into North Carolina.
In 1938, SC 35 was renumbered as SC 151. Today, SC 35 is still SC 151, using all the SC 151 Business routes up to Pageland, and US 601 north of Pageland.

1926 Official
SC 35 extended to NC
1926 Official
1938 Official
SC 151 replaces SC 35
1938 Official


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