SC 133
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From: Clemson (Pickens County)
To: Keowee-Toxaway State Park (Pickens County)
Total Length: 20.9 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 76, US 123, SC 28: 0 - 0
SC 137 SB: 8.3 - 8.3
SC 137 NB: 0.5 - 8.8
SC 183: 2.2 - 11.0
SC 11: 9.9 - 20.9
Creation: SC 133 appeared in 1936 or 1937 as what I believe to be a renumbering of a different designated route (possibly SC 13 ALT) from US 76/SC 13-24 (now SC 93) from Clemson College to today's US 76-123/SC 28 Calhoun (now part of Clemson), then continued as new primary routing to SC 183 northeast of Six Mile. This is the only SC 133.
Adjustments: Between 1954-59, SC 133 was rebuilt north of Calhoun onto mostly new construction plus replaced some S-39-15. This left behind Calhoun St, Clemson Rd, Old Jewel Bridge Rd, and Old Six Mile Rd

1953 Pickens County
SC 133 original route out of Clemson
1953 Pickens County
1959 Pickens County
SC 133 straightened
1959 Pickens County

In 1976, SC 133 north was rerouted at Six mile to instead head northwest replacing S-39-45, S-39-50, and S-39-32 to SC 11. The old route northeast of Six Mile became part of SC 137.

1937 Official
SC 133 appears out of Clemson
1937 Official
1976 official map
SC 133 extended to SC 11
1976 Official

Sometime after 1993, SC 133 south was truncated to US 76-123/SC 28.

1993 Pickens County
SC 133 original south end at SC 93
1993 Pickens County
2005 Pickens County
SC 133 truncated to US 76-123/SC 28
2005 Pickens County

Improvements: SC 133 was paved upon designation
By the late 1980s, SC 133 was multilaned for 3/4 mile centered around US 76-123/SC 28.
Comment: SC 133 provides an easy connection from SC 11 or SC 183 to Clemson.


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