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The Highways of South Carolina SC 340 to 349 
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SC 340
From: SC 403 (Darlington County)
To: SC 34 Darlington (Darlington County)
Total Length: 10.6 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 403: 0 - 0
I-20 (exit 137): 3.8 - 3.8
US 52: 5.9 - 9.7
SC 34: 0.9 - 10.6
Creation: Created in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran as it does today.
Adjustments: None
Improvements: Paved in 1948; no multilane sections
Comment: SC 340 north of US 52 is not well posted or respected. It has a stopsign in a neighborhood with a non-descript street before it reaches SC 34.

 
 
SC 341
From: BUSUS 521 US 601 Kershaw(Lancaster County)
To: SC 41SC 51 Johnsonville (Florence County)
Total Length: 93.1 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 521 Bus, US 601: 0 - 0
SC 157: 0.2 - 0.2
Kershaw-Lancaster Line: 4.2 - 4.4
SC 346: 12.6 - 17
US 1: 0.4 - 17.4
Lee-Kershaw Line: 4.6 - 22
US 15 NB, SC 34 EB: 9.9 - 31.9
US 15 SB, SC 34 WB: 1.4 - 33.3
I-20 (exit 120): 3.2 - 36.5
SC 527: 2.9 - 39.4
US 401: 3.6 - 43
US 76: 6 - 49
SC 58: 0.8 - 49.8
Sumter-Lee Line: 3.3 - 53.1
I-95 (exit 146): 1.1 - 54.2
SC 53: 2.4 - 56.6
Florence-Sumter Line: 3.2 - 59.8
US 301: 1.8 - 61.7
SC 541: 0.9 - 62.6
SC 403: 6.5 - 69.1
US 378, US 378 Bus BEGIN: 1.7 - 70.8
US 52: 1.7 - 72.5
US 378 Bus EB: 0.6 - 73.1
SC 41, SC 51: 20 - 93.1
Creation: Appeared as a new state route in 1923, running from SC 34 and SC 42 (current US 15) Bishopville southeast to SC 3 (current US 76) Lynchburg.
Adjustments: By 1926, SC 341 was extended east as new routing to SC 51-411 (now SC 41-51) Johnsonville.
In 1928, SC 341 was extended as new routing west to SC 26 (now US 521-601) Kershaw.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 341 was extended northwest to SC 9 (current SC 903), giving SC 341 a maximum length of 101 miles.
In 1948, SC 341 was restored to its Kershaw to Johnsonville routing, leaving behind S-29-26.
Improvements: The first piece of SC 341 to be paved was US 76 east to the Sumter County line, by 1935.
In 1937 or 1938, SC 341 was paved from Kershaw to Bethune; Bishopville to Sumter Line; Lake City to Johnsonville.
In 1940, SC 341 from the Sumter Line to Olanta was paved.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 341 was paved from Olanta to Lake City, completing the pavement from Kershaw to Johnsonville.
There are no multilane sections on SC 341 to speak of, although it is possible small sections exist within Lake City and Bishopville.
Comment: SC 341 serves Johnsonville, Lake City, Olanta, Bishopville, Bethune and Kershaw. It generally parallels the Lynches River.

 
 
SC 342  not currently assigned
Previous SC 342's: SC 342: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 155 (current S-16-13) Lewis Crossroads to SC 34-151 Darlington, a distance of 6 miles.
In 1948, SC 342 was downgraded to S-16-14.

 
 
SC 343  not currently assigned
Previous SC 343's: SC 343:Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 305 (current S-21-24) Quinby north to SC 34 east of Mechanicsville for a distance of 13 miles.
SC 343 was downgraded to S-21-26 and S-16-495 in 1948. Today part of this may be an extended SC 327. SC 343 followed some of today's TV Road and used McIver Rd down to Old Marion Hwy (old SC 305).

 
 
SC 344  not currently assigned
Previous SC 344's: SC 344: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 34 west of Bishopville west to the Kershaw-Lee Line.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 344 was extended west back to SC 34 east of Camden, for a total of 18 miles.
SC 344 was downgraded to S-31-15, S-31-21, and S-28-19 in 1948.
SC 345  not currently assigned
Previous SC 345's: SC 345: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 34 just west of today's I-95 interchange north through Little Rock and ending just north of the Little Pee Dee River (at today's S-17-61).
In 1941 or 1942, SC 345 was extended north to the North Carolina State Line (continues as SR 1138 to the US 501-NC 710 jct), for a total of 10 miles.
SC 345 was downgraded to S-17-23 in 1948.

 
 
SC 346
From: SC 341 Bethune (Kershaw County)
To: SC 903 (Kershaw County)
Total Length: 12.6 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 341: 0 - 0
SC 157: 11.8 - 11.8
SC 903: 0.8 - 12.6
Creation: Resurrected as a state route in 1949. Ran as it does today.
Adjustments: SC 346 was originally created in 1940, running the way it does now.
In 1948, SC 346 was downgraded to an unknown secondary route for a short time before being resurrected.
Improvements: Paved in 1949; no multilane sections
Comment: SC 346 parallels the Lyches River in eastern Kershaw County. I have not driven this one, so no idea about its character.

 
 
SC 347  not currently assigned
Previous SC 347's: SC 347: Implied to have begun in 1939 running from SC 341 Wisacky to SC 763 (current US 401) Elliott.
In 1940, SC 347 explicitly labeled in 1940 as doing that plus extended south past US 76 to the Sumter County Line.
In 1942, SC 347 was renumbered as part of an extended SC 527, which it remains today.

 
 
SC 348  not currently assigned
Previous SC 348's: SC 348: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 344 (current S-31-21) Zemp to Lucknow (current S-31-41, which later was SC 153 briefly), a total of 2 miles.
In 1948, SC 348 was downgraded to S-31-50.
SC 349  not currently assigned
Previous SC 349's: SC 349: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from SC 34 near Lees Crossroads northeast to SC 151-405 (current SC 151-SC 151 Bus) Flinns Crossroads, a total of 2 miles.
In 1948, SC 349 was downgraded to S-16-25.

Last Update: 9 March 2005

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