SC 522
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From: Liberty Hill (Kershaw County)
To: North Carolina State Line above Dr. Sapps Crossroads (Lancaster County)
Total Length: 29.3 miles  
The route continues a few more miles as NC 522 to end at NC 200 southwest of Monroe, NC.
ROUTE LOG
SC 97: 0 - 0
Lancaster-Kershaw Line: 4.2 - 4.2
US 521 SB: 8.1 - 12.3
US 521 NB: 1.7 - 14.0
SC 903: 5.3 - 19.3
SC 9: 4.7 - 24.0
NC STATE LINE: 5.3 - 29.3
Creation: SC 522 appeared in 1936 or 1937 as new primary routing, running from US 521 Pleasant Hill north to SC 9 (now SC 903).
Adjustments: In 1947, SC 527 was downgraded to S-29-14.
In 1949, SC 522 was revived to run from US 521 Pleasant Hill to the North Carolina line replacing S-29-14 and S-29-52.
In 1950, SC 522 was extended south with US 521, then southwest replacing S-29-53, S-28-29, S-29-58, S-28-28, plus a little S-28-13 which had been part of SC 265.
Between 1957-63, SC 522 was removed from S-29-302 near Dwight Crossroads and S-29-429 near Rich Hill Crossroads.

1937 Official
SC 522 appears in Lancaster County
1937 Official
1948 Official
SC 522 disappears
1948 Official
1949 Official
SC 522 revived and sent to NC
1949 Official
1950 Official
SC 522 extended south to SC 97
1950 Official

Improvements: Paved in 1939; no multilane segments
Comment: SC 522 used to dip back into Kershaw County at Stoneboro but in the 1970s the county line was moved southward.


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