Highway 612

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Mississippi 612 consists of a rural route in eastern George County serving local traffic from the Lucedale area to Wilmer, Alabama. Totaling 7.04 miles, Mississippi 612 stems east from Mississippi 613 to end as Mobile County 7 east of Howell.

Mississippi Highway 612 East
The first confirming marker for Mississippi 612 stands just east of Mississippi 613 and the Mississippi Export (MSE) Railroad. Photo taken 03/29/09.
Mississippi 612 curves southeast from Agricola Latonia Road through a mix of forest and farm land to eventually run alongside Red Creek. Photo taken 03/29/09.
The third in a series of 1965-built bridges takes MS 612 east across the Escatawpa River. Photo taken 03/29/09.
Taking a linear course east from Howell, MS 612 bends slightly southward to end opposite Mobile County 7 (Natchez Highway). CR 7 navigates northeast along a stair stepped route 3.6 miles to U.S. 98 near Wilmer. Photo taken 03/29/09.
Mississippi Highway 612 West
Mississippi 612 west ends at Mississippi 612 in a rural area nine miles south of Lucedale and 1.5 miles north of Agricola. Photo taken 10/20/99.

Photo Credits:

10/20/99, 03/29/09 by AARoads

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Page Updated 02-21-2018.

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