SC 69 
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SC 69  not currently assigned
Previous SC 69's:

1937 ROUTE LOG
SC 4: 0 - 0
SC 31: 9 - 9


1946 ROUTE LOG
SC 546: 0 - 0
US 178: 3.0 - 3.0
SC 6: 6.7 - 9.7


1980 ROUTE LOG
US 17: 0 - 0
US 17: 5.7 - 5.7
SC 69 #1: Created in 1934 or 1935 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 4 (now S-38-1) Orangeburg east about 5 miles.
In 1936 or 1937, SC 69 was extended west as new primary routing to end at SC 31 (now US 176) Cameron.
In 1938 SC 69 was renumbered as part of SC 33. The 1938 Official Map clearly shows it south of the railroad tracks in Orangeburg County. This means SC 69 used Myers Rd, S-38-1445, S-38-1863, and several unnumbered dirt roads.
1935 official map
SC 69 out of Orangeburg
1935 Official
1937 official map
SC 69 extended to Cameron
1937 Official
1939 official map
SC 69 becomes SC 33
1939 Official


SC 69 #2: Created in 1939 as a renumbering of part of SC 45 from SC 6 Swansea west to US 178 Pelion.
In 1942, SC 69 was rerouted to run southwest across US 178 and ending at SC 546 (now S-32-45). The old route to Pelion remained secondary and is now S-32-246.
In 1947, SC 69 was downgraded to S-32-55 west of S-32-246 (this is now S-32-9 east of US 178) and S-32-9 east of S-32-246.
1930 Official
SC 45 Swansea to Pelion
1930 Official
1939 Official
SC 69 replaces SC 45 to Pelion
1939 Official
1942 Official
SC 69 rerouted southwest of Pelion
1942 Official


SC 69 #3: Appeared in 1977 as new primary routing. Ran from US 17 Atlantic Beach up to Cherry Grove Beach replacing S-26-25, then cut west back to US 17 at its Intracoastal Waterway bridge. The piece cutting back to US 17 over S-26-20 was once part of SC 9.
In 1981, SC 69 was renumbered as SC 65. The northern connection back to US 17 is now part of SC 9.
1977 Official
SC 69 in North Myrtle Beach
1977 Official
1981 Official
SC 69 becomes SC 65
1981 Official

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