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SC 194: 0 - 0
Newberry-Saluda Line: 3.4 - 3.4
SC 34: 9.3 - 12.7
SC 121: 2.5 - 15.2
Creation: SC 395 appeared in 1939 as new primary routing, running from SC 391 near the Saluda River northwest for about 9 miles. This is the only SC 395.
Adjustments: In 1940, SC 395 was extended north as new routing to end at SC 19-22 (now S-36-90 Boundary St) Newberry.
In 1947, SC 395 was downgraded to S-36-17 and S-36-18 (now S-36-42).
In 1950, SC 395 reappeared with its north end again at SC 19-34 (S-36-90 Boundary St), but instead headed due south to end at SC 194 in Saluda County as it does today. This was a replacement for mostly S-36-41, S-36-46, and S-41-32 (this Saluda County road had been SC 372 prior to 1947).
About 1975, SC 395 was moved from Caldwell St onto newly constructed Nance Ave which was extended north over S-36-103 through Newberry to end at SC 121.
Improvements: Paved near Newberry in 1940
SC 395 was fully paved upon returning in 1950.
SC 395 was multilaned from SC 34 Bypass north to SC 121 in 1975.
Comment: SC 395 serves as a backdoor route from Saluda to Newberry.
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