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The Highways of South Carolina SC 230 to 239 
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SC 230
From: US 25SC 121 North Augusta (Aiken County)
To: SC 23 West Store Crossroads (Edgefield County).
Total Length: 9 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 25, SC 121: 0 - 0
US 25 Bus: 0.5 - 0.5
I-20 (exit 1): 3.2 - 3.7
Aiken-Edgefield Line: 0.4 - 4.1
SC 23: 17.1 - 21.2
Creation: Arrived in 1939 as a new primary routing. Originally ran as a 4-mile stub south off SC 23 to Colliers.
Adjustments: In 1940, SC 230 was extended south to its current end at US 25 Bus.
Improvements: SC 230 was paved in 1948 except a several mile stretch south of Colliers; the remainder of SC 230 was paved in 1951 or 1952
SC 230 is not shown as multilane on the 2005 Official Map, but I know for sure it has been 4-lane below I-20 for a few years.
Comment: SC 230 runs through a big chunk of the Sumter National Forest.
If you continue straight across SC 23 at SC 230's end (on S-19-51) with a slight left bearing at S-19-35, you come out at SC 67's south end at US 378.

 
 
SC 231  not currently assigned
Previous SC 231's: SC 231: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 430 near its north end southeast to SC 19 (current SC 121) at the Saluda-Edgefield Line, then followed 19 south to Johnston, then proceeded southeast to end at US 1 near the Aiken Wayside Park. The total distance for SC 231 was 25 miles.
In 1948, SC 231 was downgraded to S-19-21, S-19-17 and S-2-25, with SC 19 remaining in place.

 
 
SC 232  not currently assigned
Previous SC 232's: SC 232: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran as a 1.2 mile cutoff between SC 397 (current S-41-22) and the SC 23-39 split at Ridge Spring.
In 1948, SC 232 was downgraded to S-41-23.

 
 
SC 233  not currently assigned
Previous SC 233's: SC 233: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 231 (current S-19-17) in northeastern Edgefield County north to SC 23 near Ward.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 233 was extended west along SC 23, then north as new routing to end at SC 193 above the Dry Creek Bridge. This made SC 233 6 miles long.
In 1948, SC 233 was downgraded to S-41-29, S-41-24, and S-19-23, with SC 23 remaining in place.

 
 
SC 234  not currently assigned
Previous SC 234's: SC 234: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 193 Ward northeast through Blacks and ending at SC 434 (current S-41-26) for a total distance of 13 miles.
SC 234 was downgraded to S-41-25 in 1948.

 
 
SC 235   not currently assigned
Previous SC 235's: SC 235: Appeared as new primary routing in 1940. Ran as a 2 mile cutoff between US 21-SC 2 (current US 176) Hammond Crossroads northeast to SC 691 (current S-9-24).
In 1941 or 1942, SC 235 was extended in both directions: west to SC 6-SC 210 (current US 21/SC 6 north split) and east along SC 691, then over new routing to end at SC 267 (current SC 419/S-9-80 jct) Ft. Motte. This brought SC 235 to be 17 miles long.
In 1948, SC 235 was downgraded to most of S-9-30, S-9-23, a little of S-9-24, and S-9-25.

 
 
SC 236  not currently assigned
Previous SC 236's: SC 236: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran as a 0.9 mile cutoff between SC 117 (current S-9-24/32 jct) north of St. Matthews and SC 235 (current S-9-24/25 jct) at Bates Mill Creek Bridge
SC 236 was downgraded to part of S-9-24 in 1948.

 
 
SC 237  not currently assigned
Previous SC 237's: SC 237: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from SC 404 (current S-19-75) northeast and looping back to Johnston, then along SC 23 for a mile before exiting west as a stub route and ending at today's S-19-18. SC 237 was 8 miles long.
SC 237 was downgraded to S-19-40, S-19-41, and S-19-57 in 1948.

 
 
SC 238  not currently assigned
Previous SC 238's: SC 238: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from SC 23-39 Ridge Spring southeast to the Aiken County line for a total distance of 1.8 miles.
SC 238 was downgraded to S-41-41 in 1948.
SC 239  not currently assigned
Previous SC 239's: SC 239: Created in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran as a 1.2 mile cutoff between SC 235 (current S-9-23/30 jct) and US 21-SC 2 (current US 176) near Hammonds Crossroads.
SC 237 was downgraded to part of S-9-30 in 1948.

Last Update: 26 May 2005

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