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The Highways of South Carolina SC 430 to 439 
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SC 430
From: SC 23 Edgefield (Edgefield County)
To: US 378 (Edgefield County)
Total Length: 12 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 23: 0 - 0
US 25: 2.4 - 2.4
US 378: 9.6 - 12
Creation: Appeared as new state routing in 1939. Originally ran from SC 43 (current US 378) south to US 25 north of Edgefield.
Adjustments: In 1940, SC 430 was extended in both directions: north to the Saluda County Line and south through Edgefield to a point 4 miles south.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 430 was extended in both directions again: north to SC 241 (current S-24-30) and south all the way to US 25 near today's I-20 interchange. This brought SC 430 to a length of 34 miles in 4 counties.
In 1948, SC 430 was changed to today's routing, leaving behind S-2-36, S-19-34, S-19-24, S-40-38, and S-24-62. The piece from US 25 to SC 23 is shown as a primary route on the 1942 Official Map, but does not indicate its number.
Improvements: SC 430's current routing was paved in 1941 or 1942; no multilane sections
Comment: The US 25 to SC 23 piece may have been briefly posted as SC 430 ALT in the 1980's, but I have no maps currently that show this.

 
 
SC 431  not currently assigned
Previous SC 431's: SC 431: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 43 (current US 378 at I-20) to US 1 West Columbia, a total of 3 miles.
In 1948, SC 431 was downgraded to S-32-30.

 
 
SC 432  not currently assigned
Previous SC 432's: SC 432: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 28 Parksville northeast to SC 43 (current US 378), then northwest to SC 10 Troy for a length of 22 miles. A second piece ran 6 miles between the McCormick-Greenwood Line west of Troy and the McCormick-Abbeville Line just short of SC 28.
In 1948 the main piece of SC 432 was downgraded to S-35-21, S-35-23, S-35-24, and S-24-24. The smaller piece became S-35-36.

 
 
SC 433  not currently assigned
Previous SC 433's: SC 433: Appeared in 1940 as a new primary route. Ran from SC 43 (current US 221-378) McCormick southeast to SC 283 near the Edgefield County Line, a distance of 11 miles.
In 1948, SC 433 was downgraded to S-35-22, S-35-114, and S-35-138.

 
 
SC 434  not currently assigned
Previous SC 434's: SC 434: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from US 178 west of Batesburg north to SC 43 (current US 378).
The 9 miles of SC 434 were downgraded to S-41-26 and S-41-189 in 1948.

 
 
SC 435  not currently assigned
Previous SC 435's: SC 435: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from US 25 near Log Creek bridge northeast to SC 43 (current US 378) at Sleepy Creek Bridge, 5 miles away.
In 1948, SC 435 was downgraded to the lower half of S-19-36 and the eastern half of S-19-62.

 
 
SC 436  not currently assigned
Previous SC 436's: SC 436: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from US 25 Edgefield northeast to SC 19 (current SC 121) in southern Saluda County, a total of 11 miles.
SC 436 was downgraded to S-19-39, a sliver of S-19-21, and S-41-37.

 
 
SC 438  not currently assigned
Previous SC 438's: SC 438: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran as an L-shaped loop from SC 43 (current US 378) at Baker State Park to SC 28 McCormick, for a length of 6 miles.
In 1948, SC 438 was downgraded to S-35-43.
Today, it looks like SC 438 can no longer be driven as there is no road that accomplishes this today. SC 438 may have used some of S-35-329 in Baker Creek State Park.
SC 439  not currently assigned
Previous SC 439's: SC 439: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 43 (current US 378) west of McCormick southeast to SC 28 Plum Branch, for a length of 5 miles.
In 1948, SC 439 was downgraded to S-35-44 and the lower half of S-35-30.

Last Update: 6 January 2005

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