SC 210
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From: Branchville (Orangeburg County)
To: Vance (Orangeburg County)
Total Length: 28.4 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 21: 0 - 0
US 178 WB: 9.7 - 9.7
US 178 EB: 0.1 - 9.8
I-26 (exit 165): 5.5 - 15.3
US 176: 4.7 - 20.0
US 15: 2.9 - 22.9
SC 310: 5.0 - 27.9
SC 6: 0.5 - 28.4
Creation: SC 210 appeared in 1964 as a renumbering of SC 121, running as it does today. This is the 2nd SC 210.
Adjustments: None

1951 Official
SC 121 Branchville to Vance
1951 Official
1964 Official
SC 210 replaces SC 121
1964 Official

Improvements: SC 210 was fully paved upon creation; no multilane segments
Comment: SC 210 is blown off by I-95, although it passes very near the US 15 exit.

Previous SC 210's:

1949 ROUTE LOG
US 178: 0 - 0
Calhoun-Orangeburg Line: 8.9 - 8.9
SC 172: 4.6 - 13.5
SC 6 EB: 0.1 - 13.6
SC 6 WB: 1.6 - 15.2
Lexington-Calhoun Line: 3.1 - 18.3
Calhoun-Lexington Line: 2.8 - 21.1
SC 31: 1.8 - 22.9
SC 210 #1: Appeared in 1937 as new primary routing, running from US 178 Orangeburg north to US 21/SC 2 (now US 176) Sandy Run.
About 1941, SC 210 was removed from SC 6/S-9-35; Lewis Rucker Rd/Saylor Rd in far southeastern Lexington County; S-32-1470 Oak Grove Rd north of I-26; Stabler Hill Rd into Sandy Run
About 1946, SC 210 was rerouted onto Boundary St in Orangeburg as partly new construction and replacing US 21 and SC 2. The old route on Columbia Rd stayed in the primary system with an unknown designation that is now the US 21-178 Bus CONN.
In 1950, SC 210 was renumbered as part of US 21. South of the US 178 Bypass is now a little US 21-178 Bus CONN plus S-38-25 Boundary St.

1937 Official
SC 210 appears out of Orangeburg
1937 Official
1950 Official
SC 210 replaced by US 21
1950 Official


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