SC 177
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From: Wallace (Marlboro County)
To: North Carolina State Line (Marlboro County)
Total Length: 7.8 miles  
The route continues 17 more miles as NC 177 to end at US 1 in Marston NC.
ROUTE LOG
SC 9: 0 - 0
NC STATE LINE: 7.8 - 7.8
Creation: SC 177 appeared in 1961 as a renumbering of SC 77, running the way it does now. This is the 3rd SC 177.
Adjustments: None
Improvements: paved upon inception; no multilane segments
Comment: SC 177 is an alternative to US 1, if you'd rather drive through Hamlet, NC than Rockingham, NC.

1938 Official
SC 77 northeast of Cheraw
1938 Official
1961 Official
SC 177 northeast of Cheraw
1961 Official

Previous SC 177's:

1934 ROUTE LOG
US 176, US 221: 0 - 0
NC STATE LINE: 18 - 18


1950 ROUTE LOG
US 76: 0 - 0
Newberry-Richland Line: 9.2 - 9.2
SC 202: 5.5 - 14.7
SC 773: 1.5 - 16.2
SC 219: 2.6 - 18.8
SC 22: 4.8 - 23.6
US 176: 5.9 - 29.5
SC 177 #1: Appeared in 1933 as new routing running from the NC Line above New Prospect south about halfway to Spartanburg.
In 1934, SC 177 was likely extended south to US 176-221 (now US 221-SC 56 jct) Spartanburg.
In 1935, SC 177 was renumbered as part of SC 9. It is still SC 9 except in Spartanburg it is now a bit of US 221; SC 9 CONN; SC 9; Old Boiling Springs Rd (cutoff by I-85 Bus).

1933 official map
SC 177 north of Spartanburg
1933 Official
1935 Official
SC 177 becomes SC 9
1935 Official

SC 177 #2: Appeared in 1937 as new primary routing, running from US 76/SC 2 near Ballentine northwest via Pomaria to end at US 176 (now SC 121) north of Newberry.
In 1947, SC 177's northern end was shifted a couple miles north, replacing SC 664. The old SC 177 from Bakers Crossroads west to US 176 became S-36-15 (now S-36-81).

1943 Newberry County
SC 664 between SC 177 and US 176
1943 Newberry County
1947 Official
SC 177 replaces SC 664
1947 Official

In 1950, SC 177 was removed from S-36-39/S-40-597 Capers Chapel Rd and put on current US 176; S-36-107 Holloway St in Pomaria and put on current US 176; removed from SC 219/abandoned routing and put on current US 176; removed from what is now abandoned routing through Bakers Crossroads and unpaved Larry Cope Rd opposite S-36-36/US 176 and placed on current US 176 (this moved its north end southward).

1943 Newberry County
SC 177's original route through Bakers Crossroads
1943 Newberry County
1951 Newberry County
modern route west of Bakers Crossroads
1951 Newberry County

1943 Newberry County
original SC 177 route at SC 219
1943 Newberry County
1951 Newberry County
modern SC 177 shifted east
1951 Newberry County

1943 Newberry County
SC 177's original route through Pomaria
1943 Newberry County
1951 Newberry County
modern route through Pomaria
1951 Newberry County

In 1951, SC 177 was renumbered as part of US 176.

1937 official map
SC 177 appears in Pomaria
1937 Official
1951 Official
SC 177 becomes US 176
1951 Official


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