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SC 215: 0 - 0
Fairfield-Richland Line: 2.3 - 2.3
US 321: 10.0 - 12.3
Creation: SC 269 appeared in 1942 as new primary routing, running from SC 224 (now S-20-21) Winnsboro Mills south to US 21 (now SC 34) Rockton. There was a gap, then SC 269 continuned from SC 218 (now US 321) near Rockton southwest to the Richland County Line. This is the only SC 269.
Adjustments: By 1946, the gap in SC 269 was filled, replacing what had been part of SC 218.
In 1947, SC 269 was downgraded to S-20-34 from Winnsboro Mills to Rockton; S-20-40 (now also S-20-34) Rockton to SC 218; S-20-27 from SC 218 to Richland County.
In 1950, SC 269 was resurrected from US 321 southwest to SC 215. The Richland County portion was not in the primary or secondary system prior to this.
Improvements: SC 269 was paved on its current routing in 1942; no multilane segments
Comment: SC 269 is another alternative to reach Winnsboro from Columbia, via SC 215.
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