Highway 144

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North Carolina Highway 144 forms a rural bypass of Laurinburg to the north from U.S. 74 at Laurel Hill to U.S. 401 at the town of Wagram. Measuring 12.1 miles, NC 144 was established in February 2002 along Old Wire Road in Scotland County.1

North Carolina Highway 144 West
Heading west from U.S. 15/501 (Aberdeen Road) along NC 144 north of Laurinburg. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Westbound NC 144 reassurance marker posted after the intersection with Gillis and Fieldcrest Roads at Richmond Mill. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Entering the community of Laurel Hill on NC 144 (Old Wire Road) west beyond Ida Mill Road. Photo taken 01/02/08.
NC 144 splits with Old Wire Road for Morgan Street in Laurel Hill. Morgan Street leads the state highway southwest to U.S. 74. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Approaching U.S. 74 on NC 144 (Morgan Street) west in Laurel Hill. The state highway crosses a CSX Railroad track before ending. Photo taken 01/02/08.
An end shield for NC 144 stands at U.S. 74. U.S. 74 follows a four-lane divided highway west to Future I-74 outside Hamlet and east I-74 at west Laurinburg. Photo taken 01/02/08.

Sources:
  1. NCRoads.com: N.C. 144.


Photo Credits:

01/02/08 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 74
U.S. 401
U.S. 501

Page Updated 09-23-2019.