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The Highways of South Carolina SC 720 to 759 
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SC 720  not currently assigned
Previous SC 720's: SC 720: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Began at SC 72 east of Calhoun Falls and ran 15 miles to SC 28 (old SC 28 today) Abbeville.
In 1948, SC 720 was downgraded to S-1-32.
SC 720 (1942)

 
 
SC 721  not currently assigned
Previous SC 721's: SC 721: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Was in 2 pieces: 1. SC 72 Calhoun Falls southeast 4 miles to the McCormick County Line and 2. SC 72 west of SC 823, southwest 4 miles to Charleston Crossroads.
It is unclear if the two pieces were joined before they were downgraded in 1948 to S-1-31 and S-1-40.
SC 721 (1942)

 
 
SC 722  not currently assigned
Previous SC 722's: SC 722: Appeared in 1941 or 1942. Ran from SC 72 near the Sandy River north to Leeds (replaced the original SC 72), then proceeded northeast through Baton Rouge before ending at SC 9 west of Chester, for a grand total of 11 miles.
In 1948, SC 722 was downgraded to S-12-25 and S-12-30.
SC 722 (1942)

 
 
SC 723  not currently assigned
Previous SC 723's: SC 723: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from SC 707 (current S-22-14/55 jct) north 4 miles to the Florence County Line.
In 1948, SC 723 was downgraded to S-22-14, the northern half of which may still be unpaved.
SC 723 (1942)

 
 
SC 724  not currently assigned
Previous SC 724's: SC 724: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new routing. Ran from US 701 (current SC 410) Green Sea straight up to the North Carolina Line 6 miles away. The other side is Fronis Strickland Road, which ends shortly at NC 904 but has never been a NC Primary Highway.
SC 724 was downgraded in 1948 to S-26-33.
SC 724 (1942)

 
 
SC 725  not currently assigned
Previous SC 725's: SC 725: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 160 just east of the Catawba River, north 3 miles to the North Carolina Line. The other side is Providence Rd W, which meets US 521 shortly after. It has never been a NC Primary Hwy.
In 1948, SC 725 was downgraded to S-29-42.
SC 725 (1942)

 
 
SC 726  not currently assigned
Previous SC 726's: SC 726: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Was a 2 mile spur north off SC 175 (current SC 261) from Indiantown to Bartells Crossroads.
In 1948, SC 726 was downgraded to S-45-39.
SC 726 (1942)

 
 
SC 727  not currently assigned
Previous SC 727's: SC 727: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 632 (current S-25-38) near Crocketville to SC 361 (current S-25-43/139 jct).
The 2 miles of SC 727 were downgraded to S-25-43 in 1948.
SC 727 (1942)
SC 730  not currently assigned
Previous SC 730's: SC 730: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 43 (current US 221-378) McCormick to SC 817 (current S-35-34) near Troy.
The 4 miles of SC 730 were downgraded to S-35-33 in 1948.
SC 730 (1942)

 
 
SC 742
From: SC 145 Chesterfield County
To: North Carolina State Line (continues as NC 742 to NC 205 Oakboro)
Total Length: 3.4 miles (SC + NC 742 = 39 miles) 
ROUTE LOG
SC 145: 0 - 0
NC STATE LINE: 3.4 - 3.4
Creation: Appeared in 1942 as a renumbering of SC 850 to match NC 742. Ran as it does today.
Adjustments: None
Improvements: Fully paved about 1943.
Comment: SC 742 is very short, but NC 742 serves Wadesboro!
SC 742 (1942)
SC 752  not currently assigned
Previous SC 752's: SC 752: Appeared in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 381 McColl east to the North Carolina State Line. The NC side has never been a primary state route and is today Pea Bridge Road.
The 2 miles of SC 752 were downgraded to S-34-34 in 1948.
SC 752 (1942)

Last Update: 5 January 2005

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