SC 175 
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SC 175  not currently assigned
Previous SC 175's:

1951 ROUTE LOG
US 52, SC 527 WB: 0 - 0
SC 377, SC 527 EB: 0.5 - 0.5
SC 512: 16.6 - 17.1
SC 51 SB: 7.1 - 24.2
Florence-Williamsburg Line: 2.1 - 26.3
SC 341: 2.4 - 28.7
SC 51 NB: 3.8 - 32.5
Marion-Florence Line: 1.8 - 34.3
SC 908: 7.2 - 41.5
SC 57: 3.5 - 45.0
US 501: 9.2 - 54.2
SC 175: Appeared in 1928 as a renumbering of SC 411 from US 17 (now S-45-8 Academy St) Kingstree east to Hemingway then north to end at SC 38 (now US 501) south of Marion.

1926 official map
SC 411 from Kingstree to Marion
1926 Official
1930 official map
SC 411 renumbered as SC 175
1930 Official

If SC 175 ever used today's Rich Rd/SC 908 or Blackburn Rd near US 501 it stopped doing so by 1935.
In 1937, SC 175 was extended northwest using Academy St through Kingstree then west to the Sumter County Line as new primary routing, and a separate piece was created as new primary routing between SC 54 (current US 378) and US 301 Sardinia.
In 1940, SC 175 west was truncated to US 52 Kingstree. West to SC 54 became SC 527.

1937 official map
SC 175 extended west to SC 54
1937 Official
1940 Official
SC 175 truncated back to Kingstree
1940 Official

In 1950, SC 175 was rerouted onto new construction around the east of Gresham and more direct to SC 908. The old route used S-34-9; abandoned routing west of RR in Gresham; Frank Jones Rd/Curve Rd/Old Tram Rd/Old County Rd back to current SC 41.
In 1952, SC 175 was renumbered as SC 261 from Kingstree to Hemingway; SC 41 from Hemingway to Centenary; SC 41 ALT from Centenary to US 501.

1943 Marion County
SC 175 original Gresham routing
1943 Marion County
1950 Marion County
SC 175 bypasses Gresham
1950 Marion County
1952 Official
SC 175 renumbered as SC 261, SC 41, and SC 41 ALT
1952 Official

 


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