Highway 2

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South Carolina 2 travels just 3.2 miles in a loop east of U.S. 21-176-321 through the city of Cayce in Lexington County. The route is all that remains from a 200 plus mile journey across the state that was superceded by U.S. 76, U.S. 176 and U.S. 178 in the 1940s.

S.C. 2 South
State Street carries S.C. 2 south to Frink Street west in an older commercial district of Cayce. The state highway crosses a set of Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks between Railroad Avenue and Cayce Street. 04/15/12
A shield assembly for S.C. 2 directs motorists onto Frink Street west, with a set of flashers above at the entrance to Cayce Quarry. The at-grade crossing of the CSX Railroad on State Street south was removed some time ago. 04/15/12
A gas sign relic appears along Frink Street as S.C. 2 leaves State Street. 04/15/12
S.C. 2 expands to four lanes ahead of the signalized intersection with S.C. 35. S.C. 35 follows 12th Street north to West Columbia and the 12th Street Extension south to Interstate 77. 04/15/12
S.C. 2 (Frink Street) continues west from S.C. 35 parallel to a NS Railroad through residential areas of south Cayce to U.S. 21-176-321 (Charleston Highway). 04/15/12

Photo Credits:

04/15/12 by AARoads

Connect with:
Highway 35

Page Updated 02-11-2013.

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