SC 113
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From: near Salley (Aiken County)
To: Fairview Crossroads (Lexington County)
Total Length: 13.8 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 394: 0 - 0
SC 302 SB: 5.9 - 5.9
SC 39: 0.1 - 6.0
SC 302 NB: 0.2 - 6.2
Lexington-Aiken Line: 5.0 - 11.2
US 178: 2.6 - 13.8
Creation: SC 113 appeared in 1938 as new primary routing, running from US 1 Clubhouse Crossroads south to Gilbert. This is the only SC 113.
Adjustments: In 1939, SC 113 was extended north as new primary routing to end at SC 43 (now US 378).
In 1940, SC 113 was extended south as new primary routig to SC 215 (now SC 302) Wagener.
In 1942, SC 113 was extended south as new primary routing to end at SC 390 (now S-2-22) southwest of Salley.
In 1947, the entire 36 miles of SC 113 were decommissioned, leaving behind S-2-38, S-2-28, S-32-37 (I-20 cuts this off - south of I-20 it is now S-32-774), S-32-24, and S-32-37 (now also S-32-24).
In 1949, SC 113 was restored in its current routing.
Improvements: SC 113 was paved in 1949; no multilane sections.
Comment: SC 113 is a lonely road not serving much traffic.

1938 Official
SC 113 in Lexington County
1938 Official
1939 Official
SC 113 extended to SC 43
1939 Official
1940 Official
SC 113 extended south to Wagener
1940 Official
1942 Official
SC 113 extended south to SC 390
1942 Official
1948 Official
SC 113 decommissioned
1948 Official
1949 Official
SC 113 decommissioned
1949 Official


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