SC 185
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From: south of Anderson (Anderson County)
To: Hodges (Greenwood County)
Total Length: 26.8 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 28: 0 - 0
SC 284: 6.6 - 6.6
Abbeville-Anderson Line: 2.5 - 9.1
SC 20 NB: 2.5 - 11.6
SC 184 WB: 3.6 - 15.2
SC 184 EB: 0.4 - 15.6
SC 20 SB: 2.6 - 18.2
SC 203: 3.5 - 21.7
Greenwood-Abbeville Line: 0.9 - 22.6
US 25, US 178: 4.2 - 26.8
Creation: SC 185 appeared in April 1938 (SCDOT) as new primary routing, running from SC 28 southeast to the Abbeville County line This is the only SC 185.
Adjustments: In 1939, SC 185 was extended east as new primary routing to SC 20 Due West.
In 1940, SC 185 was extended east as new primary routing to US 25 ALT (now Townsend/Parker Rd) Hodges.

1938 Official
SC 185 appears in Anderson County only
1938 Official
1939 Official
SC 185 extended to Due West
1939 Official
1940 Official
SC 185 extended to Hodges
1940 Official

In 1941, SC 185 was straightened out between Due West and today's SC 20 split northwest of town leaving behind abanadoned alignments plus Ricketts Ln, Rothary Rd, and Dallas Rd.
Between 1941-45, SC 185 was extended east replacing US 25 ALT in Hodges to end at US 25-178.

1940 Greenwood County
SC 185 ending at central Hodges
1940 Greenwood County
1945 Greenwood County
SC 185 replaces US 25 ALT
1945 Greenwood County

Improvements: SC 185 in Anderson County was paved in 1939.
SC 185 was paved between SC 203 and Hodges in 1940.
SC 185 was paved everywhere except between SC 20 SB split and SC 203 in 1942.
SC 185 has been fully paved since 1948.
Comment: SC 185 can be a useful alternative to go from Greenwood to Anderson.
Official maps imply SC 185 ends opposite SC 246 in Hodges, but that is not the case.


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