SC 152 
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SC 152  not currently assigned
Previous SC 152's:

1928 ROUTE LOG
SC 20: 0 - 0
SC 21: 12.0 - 12.0


1946 ROUTE LOG
SC 121: 0 - 0
Dorchester-Orangeburg Line: 6.0 - 6.0
SC 204: 0.4 - 6.4
SC ??: 0.9 - 7.3
US 15 NB: 2.0 - 9.3
US 15 SB: 1.5 - 10.8
SC ??: 5.7 - 16.5
US 178 WB, SC 2 WB: 1.6 - 18.1
US 178 EB, SC 2 EB: 0.8 - 18.9
SC ??: 1.3 - 20.2
US 178, SC 2: 10.4 - 30.6
SC 152 #1: Appeared about 1926 as new primary routing, running from SC 20 Belton east to SC 21 (now US 25) Ware Place.
In 1929, SC 152 was renumbered as SC 247. SC 152 may have used S-4-181 out of Belton.

1926 Official
SC 152 out of Belton
1926 Official
1929 Official
SC 247 replaces SC 152
1929 Official

SC 152 #2: Appeared in 1938 as new primary routing running from SC 121 (now SC 210) east to US 15.
In 1940, SC 152 was sent south with US 15, then east as new primary routing to end at US 178/SC 2 Harleyville.
In 1942, SC 152 was sent with US 178/SC 2 across Harleyville, then northeast 9 miles to the northern intersection of today's Mizell Rd.
About 1945, SC 152 was extended southeast as new primary routing to US 178/SC 2 near US 78.
In 1947, SC 152 became S-38-28; S-18-11; S-18-17 (now S-18-50 except Tunnel Rd in the vicinity of I-26 and used SC 453); S-18-28; S-18-51 (now also S-18-28)

1938 Official
SC 152 appears
1938 Official
1940 Official
SC 152 extended to Harleyville
1940 Official
1942 Official
SC 152 extended east again
1942 Official
1945 Dorchester County
SC 152 extended east again
1945 Dorchester County

 


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