South Carolina Highway 9

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South Carolina Highway 9 marker

South Carolina Highway 9
Route of SC 9 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length258.3 mi [1] (415.7 km)
Existed1922–present
Major junctions
South end SC 65 in Cherry Grove Beach
 
North end NC 9 at North Carolina state line near New Prospect
Location
Counties Horry, Marion, Dillon, Marlboro, Chesterfield, Lancaster, Chester, Union, Spartanburg
Highway system
SC 8 SC 10

South Carolina Highway 9 (SC 9) is a 258.3-mile-long (416 km) major state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. The route runs from North Myrtle Beach to the North Carolina border upstate. The road is currently the longest state highway in South Carolina. It is signed as a north–south highway (with North Myrtle Beach as its southern terminus and the North Carolina border as its northern) though overall it runs in an east–west direction. [1]

Route description

South US 601/North SC 9 in Pageland

SC 9 begins at the North Carolina-South Carolina border, where the road continues as NC 9. This is about twelve miles (19 km) northwest of Spartanburg.

The road slowly heads southeast to Spartanburg. Five miles into its existence SC 9 intersects SC 11 and then two miles (3 km) later, SC 9 intersects SC 292. After this, SC 9 enters Boiling Springs.

Finally, SC 9 enters the northeast section of Spartanburg and crosses over Interstate 85 and Interstate 585. Then SC 9 joins up with US Route 176. While concurrent, it intersects US Route 29 and a couple of other state highways. Finally, after the ten-mile concurrency with US Route 176 ends, SC 9 leaves the Spartanburg metro.

About 1.5 miles (2.5 km) east of this concurrency, SC 9 intersects SC 150 in downtown Pacolet. In another five miles (8 km) or so, SC 9 enters Jonesville, where SC 9 merges with SC 18. SC 9 merges off SC 18 nearly a mile out of town.

The next town, Lockhart, is nearly 7.5 miles (12.1 km) away. On the way there, SC 9 runs across SC 114 and SC 105. Once in downtown Lockhart, SC 9 merges with SC 49 for nearly a half-mile.

The next town is six miles to the east. That town is Chester. There SC 9 avoids the city by going south and merging with SC 97 and SC 121 Bypass.

Eight miles east of Chester, SC 9 crosses over Interstate 77 and enters Richburg. SC 9 merges with SC 901 for about a mile. Once in downtown, SC 9 turns left and out of Richburg. It then enters Fort Lawn, where it goes under US Route 21.

SC 9 then enters the rapidly growing city of Lancaster. Right before it enters town, SC 9 Business spreads off. SC 9 then meets/crosses over US Route 521 and SC 200.

Finally, SC 9 enters the rural area of north central SC and rolls through the countryside at interstate speeds, with the biggest thing on the road to Pageland being an intersection with SC 522. While entering Pageland, SC 9 merges with US Route 601. US 601 merges off with SC 151 in downtown Pageland.

SC 9 is the northern terminus of SC 268 in Mt. Croghan It is another mile to Ruby, during which SC 9 is concurrent with SC 109.

SC 9 curves left when it serves as the eastern terminus to SC 265 one mile (1.6 km) from Ruby. Having turned east, SC 9 enters Chesterfield, South Carolina. Once again, it breaks off in a business route and then it meets SC 102 and SC 145.

SC 9 then proceeds onto Cheraw. While entering downtown, SC 9 merges with US Route 52 and then onto US Route 1 to get out of town. SC 9 merges off US 1 after downtown, and SC 9 heads east, where it shortly meets SC 177 and then SC 79.

Seven miles southeast of Cheraw, SC 9 runs into Bennettsville. SC 9 merges with SC 38 for one mile (1.6 km), entering downtown Bennettsville, where SC 9 runs eastward with US Route 401 for nearly a mile before merging off again. There is another SC 9 Business Route.

SC 9 then proceeds onto the tiny town of Clio where the main intersection is with SC 381.

Nearly seven miles later, after merging SC 57, SC 9/57 crosses under I-95 and enters Dillon. There SC 9/57 merges with US Route 301 before all three go their separate ways.

A further ten miles (16 km) to the east, SC 9 meets up with SC 41 in Lake View, South Carolina. Here SC 9 comes very close to the NC border (about two miles (3 km) south), but as soon as SC 9 leaves town, it heads due south into deep rural land for nine to ten miles (16 km).

Finally, SC 9 enters Nichols where it merges with US Route 76 for a little more than a mile. Another six miles (10 km) goes by before SC 9 begins to enter the beach zone, as another SC 9 Business Route merges off. With SC 9 Bus, SC 9 is able to avoid downtown Loris, go by the Twin City Airport, and have an interchange with US Route 701.

After meeting back up with its Business Route, SC 9 heads towards the NC border, this time as close as a mile. Yet again, SC 9 bends south where it meets SC 905 in Longs, an interchange with SC 31; and then heads into downtown North Myrtle Beach. There it crosses over US Route 17 and SC 90 and goes through one mile (1.6 km) of beach, where it continues as SC 65 along the beachfront.

History

Established in 1922 as an original state highway, it traversed from SC 23 in Dillon, west to SC 10, in Enoree. By 1926, SC 9 was extended east to Lake View, then replacing SC 47 to Green Sea, then southeast on new primary routing to Little River. On its northern end, SC 9 rerouted from Kelly to SC 19, near Spartanburg, replacing SC 92. The route from Kelly to Enoree was renumbered SC 92.

In 1927, SC 9 was rerouted between Pageland to Lancaster on a more southern route, avoiding the Tradesville area; The old alignment was briefly downgraded to secondary before being renumbered as SC 906. In 1933, SC 9 was realigned on a straight path from Loris to Little River; most of the old route was downgraded to secondary, with exception to Wampee and eastward becoming SC 90. In 1936, SC 9 was extended north through Spartanburg and Boiling Springs to its current northern terminus at the North Carolina state line; replacing SC 177.

In 1940, SC 9 was extended south as a new primary routing to Cherry Grove Beach. Between 1943-1946, SC 9 was rerouted onto Pine Street between Pacolet to Spartanburg; the old route was downgraded to secondary, but then later became SC 295 in 1948. In 1948, SC 9 south end was truncated at US 17, at Nixons Crossroads; the route to Cherry Grove Beach was downgraded. In 1949, SC 9 was given a southern bypass of Chesterfield, leaving its first business loop through the downtown (since decommissioned). Also in that same year, SC 9 was moved on a more direct routing between Pageland to Lancaster, replacing SC 906; the old routing was renumbered as SC 902 and SC 903 (today US 601).

In 1956, SC 9 was given a southern bypass of Chester, leaving a business loop through downtown. By 1962, SC 9 was rerouted in Spartanburg, utilizing Pine Street to Interstate 585, then north along Boiling Springs Road. Part of the old routing through the downtown area became part of SC 56. By 1967, SC 9 was given a northern bypass of Lancaster, leaving a business loop through downtown. In 1974, SC 9 was rerouted north into Dillon via US 301/ US 501; leaving 3rd Avenue (later becoming Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard).

From 1982-1985, SC 9 moved onto bypass route from Loris to Green Sea, leaving a business loop through downtown Loris. Also around that same time, SC 9 was moved onto a western bypass of Bennettsville, leaving a business loop through downtown. By 1988, SC 9 was re-extended to its current southern terminus at Cherry Grove Beach, replacing part of SC 65. [2]

Junction list

CountyLocation mi [1] kmDestinationsNotes
Horry Cherry Grove Beach0.00.0 SC 65 south (Ocean Boulevard) – North Myrtle BeachSouthern terminus of SC 9; northern terminus of SC 65
North Myrtle Beach1.52.4 US 17 south (Kings Highway) – North Myrtle BeachInterchange; southern end of US 17 concurrency
Little River2.33.7 SC 90 to US 17 north – Conway, WilmingtonInterchange
2.64.2 US 17 north – WilmingtonInterchange; northern end of US 17 concurrency; no southbound exit
4.57.2 SC 31 south (Carolina Bays Parkway) – Myrtle Beach, GeorgetownInterchange
Longs9.715.6 SC 905 (Pireway Road) – Conway, Pireway
16.827.0
SC 9 Bus. north – Loris
Southern terminus of SC 9 Bus.
Loris23.337.5 US 701 – Loris, Tabor City
Green Sea29.848.0
SC 410 / SC 9 Bus. south – Green Sea, Loris
Northern terminus of SC 9 Bus.
41.166.1 US 76 east – Fair BluffSouthern end of US 76 concurrency
Marion Nichols42.868.9 US 76 west (Mullins Street) – Mullins, MarionNorthern end of US 76 concurrency
Dillon Lake View51.382.6 SC 41 (Richard Temple Boulevard) – Marion, Marietta
Dillon63.6102.4 SC 57 south (Lockemy Highway) – MullinsSouthern end of SC 57 concurrency
64.4103.6 US 301 south / US 501 south / SC 34 west – Latta, DarlingtonSouthern end of US 301/US 501 concurrency
65.3105.1 US 301 north / US 501 north (Second Avenue) – FayettevilleNorthern end of US 301/US 501 concurrency
66.5107.0 I-95 – Florence, FayettevilleI-95 exit 193
Little Rock69.8112.3 SC 57 northNorthern end of SC 57 concurrency
Marlboro Clio81.6131.3 SC 381 (Society Street/Red Bluff Street) – McColl, Blenheim
I-73Proposed interchange [3] [4]
Bennettsville89.1143.4 US 15 north / US 401 north – McCollSouthern end of US 15/US 401 concurrency
90.2145.2
SC 38 south / SC 9 Bus. north / SC 38 Bus. north (Broad Street) – Marion, Myrtle Beach
Southern end of SC 38 concurrency; southern terminus of SC 9 Bus. and SC 38 Bus.
91.1146.6 US 15 south / US 401 south – Society Hill, HartsvilleNorthern end of US 15/US 401 concurrency
91.6147.4 SC 385 (Main Street) – Hartsville
93.4150.3
SC 38 north (Oakwood Street) / SC 9 Bus. south (Cheraw Highway) – Hamlet
Northern end of SC 38 concurrency; northern terminus of SC 9 Bus.
97.4156.8 SC 79 north – LaurinburgSouthern terminus of SC 79
98.6158.7 SC 912 south (Willamette Road)Northern terminus of SC 912
Wallace103.8167.0 SC 177 north – HamletSouthern terminus of SC 177
104.6168.3 US 1 north – RockinghamSouthern end of US 1 concurrency
Chesterfield Cheraw106.5171.4 US 52 north (2nd Street) – Morven, WadesboroSouthern end of US 52 concurrency
107.7173.3 US 1 south / US 52 south – Camden, ColumbiaNorthern end of US 1 and US 52 concurrencies
Chesterfield119.0191.5 SC 102 south (Craig Street) – HartsvilleNorthern terminus of SC 102
119.3192.0 SC 145 – McBee, Wadesboro
Ruby123.2198.3 SC 265 west – JeffersonEastern terminus of SC 265
125.1201.3 SC 109 south (Market Street)Southern end of SC 109 concurrency
Mount Croghan128.2206.3 SC 109 north / SC 268 south (Depot Street) – Jefferson, WadesboroNorthern end of SC 109 concurrency; northern terminus of SC 268
Pageland137.4221.1 SC 151 (Van Lingle Mungo Boulevard) – Hartsville, Monroe
137.9221.9
US 601 north / SC 151 Bus. (Pearl Street)
Southern end of US 601 concurrency
138.4222.7 SC 207 north (Elm Street) – MonroeSouthern terminus of SC 207
141.5227.7 US 601 south – KershawNorthern end of US 601 concurrency
Lancaster Buford152.0244.6 SC 522 – Heath Springs
Lancaster159.3256.4
US 521 south (Lancaster Bypass) / SC 9 Bus. north (Arch Street) – Lancaster, Heath Springs
Southern end of US 521 concurrency; southern terminus of SC 9 Bus.
161.0259.1 SC 200 (Monroe Highway) – Lancaster
161.2259.4
US 521 north / US 521 Bus. south (Charlotte Highway) – Van Wyck, Charlotte
Northern end of US 521 concurrency; northern terminus of US 521 Bus.
164.3264.4
SC 9 Bus. south (Meeting Street) / Riverside Road – Lancaster, Van Wyck
Northern terminus of SC 9 Bus.
Chester Fort Lawn168.3270.9 US 21 (Catawba River Road) – Rock Hill, Great Falls
173.2278.7 SC 99 south (Richburg Road) – Great FallsNorthern terminus of SC 99
Richburg176.5284.0 SC 901 south (Mountain Gap Road) – RichburgSouthern end of SC 901 concurrency
176.9284.7 SC 223 east (Wylies Mill Road)Western terminus of SC 223; to Landsford Canal State Park
178.0286.5 SC 901 north (Edgeland Road) – EdgemoorNorthern end of SC 901 concurrency
178.4287.1 I-77 – Charlotte, ColumbiaI-77 exit 65
181.5292.1 SC 909 west (Oakley Hall School Road)Eastern terminus of SC 909
Chester188.2302.9 SC 72 west / SC 97 north / SC 121 north (J.A. Cochran Bypass)

SC 9 Bus. north (Lancaster Street)
Southern end of SC 72/SC 121 and SC 97 concurrencies; southern terminus of SC 9 Bus.
189.4304.8
US 321 south / US 321 Bus. north / SC 97 south (Columbia Road) – Winnsboro
Northern end of SC 97 concurrency; southern end of US 321 concurrency
191.2307.7 SC 72 west / SC 121 south (West End Street) – CarlisleNorthern end of SC 72/SC 121 concurrency
192.0309.0
SC 9 Bus. east (Pinckney Street)
Western terminus of SC 9 Bus.
192.3309.5 US 321 north (Lowrys Highway) – YorkNorthern end of US 321 concurrency
206.5332.3 SC 49 north (Lockhart Highway) – YorkSouthern end of SC 49 concurrency
Union Lockhart207.2333.5 SC 49 south (Lockhart Highway) – UnionNorthern end of SC 49 concurrency
209.6337.3 SC 105 (Mount Tabor Church Road) – Union
218.6351.8 SC 114 – Gaffney, Union
220.5354.9 SC 18 south (Jonesville Highway) – UnionSouthern end of SC 18 concurrency
Jonesville221.6356.6 SC 18 north (Pacolet Street) – GaffneyNorthern end of SC 18 concurrency
Church Street west to US 176
Church Street east ( SC 9 Conn. north)
Southern terminus of SC 9 Conn.
Spartanburg Pacolet228.4367.6 SC 150 (Glenn Springs Road) – Glenn Springs, Gaffney
230.3370.6 US 176 east – UnionSouthern end of US 176 concurrency
230.6371.1 SC 295 north (Southport Road)Southern terminus of SC 295
Spartanburg238.8384.3 US 29 (Saint John Street) – Cowpens
239.2385.0 SC 296 west (Daniel Morgan Avenue)Eastern terminus of SC 296
240.5387.0 US 221 (Whitney Road) – ChesneeSouthern end of I-585 concurrency; I-585 exit 25B
240.7387.4 I-585 north / US 176 westNorthern end of I-585 and US 176 concurrencies; I-585 exit 25A
access to northbound via Milliken Road
242.2389.8 I-85 Bus. – Charlotte, GreenvilleI-85 Bus. exit 6
Boiling Springs243.6392.0 I-85 – Charlotte, GreenvilleI-85 exit 75
250.8403.6 SC 292 south – InmanNorthern terminus of SC 292
New Prospect253.7408.3 SC 11 (Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway) – Campobello, Chesnee
258.3415.7 NC 9 north – Mill SpringContinuation beyond North Carolina state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Special routes

Loris business loop


South Carolina Highway 9 Business
Location Loris, South Carolina
Length13.5 mi [5] (21.7 km)
Existed1982–present

SC 9 Business begins nearly 5 miles (8.0 km) northwest of Loris, heading due south from SC 9. However, it only goes south for about a mile, before turning eastward at the eastern terminus of SC 917. SC 9 BUS then makes the run into downtown Loris, the downtown being at the intersection with U.S. 701. As soon as SC 9 Business passes US 701, it heads a mile and a half back to SC 9.

Bennettsville business loop


South Carolina Highway 9 Business
Location Bennettsville, South Carolina
Length2.4 mi [6] (3.9 km)
Existed1985–present

SC 9 Business begins one mile (1.6 km) north of Bennettsville when SC 9 merges with SC 38. SC 9 Business heads straight into downtown Bennettsville, where just before downtown SC 9 merges with SC 385. There it runs just north of downtown before moving south in the outskirts of town and ends again at SC 9.

Cheraw alternate route


South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate
Location Cheraw
Existed c. 1942–1947

South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate (SC 9 Alt.) was an alternate route that existed in the central part of Cheraw. It was established around 1942 on Kershaw Street between US 1/ US 52 and SC 9. It was decommissioned in 1947 and was downgraded to a secondary road.

Cheraw truck route


South Carolina Highway 9 Truck
Location Cheraw
Length5.9 mi [7] (9.5 km)

South Carolina Highway 9 Truck (SC 9 Truck) is a truck route partially within the northeastern part of Cheraw. It is entirely within the northeastern part of Chesterfield County. It begins at an intersection with US 1/SC 9 (Powe Street). This intersection is also the northern terminus of US 1 Truck. From this point, US 52 Truck and SC 9 Truck travel to the northwest. They travel through a residential area of the city. They curve to the west-northwest and intersect US 52 (Second Street). Here, US 52 Truck ends, and SC 9 Truck turns right and follows US 52 to the northwest. They cross over Huckleberry Branch on the Patrolman Gilbert "Gil" Halma Bridge. Here, they leave the city limits proper of Cheraw, but still travel along the eastern edge of the city. After they leave the city for good, they intersect the northern terminus of Four-Mile Loop Road. Here, SC 9 splits off to the southwest. It travels through a rural part of the county. It curves to the south-southeast and meets its northern terminus, another intersection with SC 9.

The entire route is in Chesterfield County.

Location mi [7] kmDestinationsNotes
Cheraw0.00.0 US 1 north / SC 9 south – Rockingham, Bennettsville, Wallace

US 1 Truck south / US 52 Truck east (Front Street south) – Old St. David's Church, Pee Dee River access, Historical area
US 1 south / SC 9 north – Historical area
Southern end of US 52 Truck concurrency; southern terminus of SC 9 Truck; northern terminus of US 1 Truck
0.30.48 US 52 east (Second Street) – CherawNorthern end of US 52 Truck concurrency; southern end of US 52 concurrency; western terminus of US 52 Truck
0.8–
0.8
1.3–
1.3
Patrolman Gilbert "Gil" Halma BridgeCrossing over Huckleberry Branch
3.55.6 US 52 west – WadesboroNorthern end of US 52 concurrency
5.99.5 SC 9 – Chesterfield, Lancaster, Historic area, DowntownNorthern terminus; provides access to McLeod Health Cheraw
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Chesterfield business loop


South Carolina Highway 9 Business
Location Chesterfield, South Carolina
Length2.2 mi [8] (3.5 km)
Existed1949–1956

South Carolina Highway 9 Business was a business loop along Main Street in Chesterfield. Established in 1949, when SC 9 was moved onto new road, bypassing south of Main Street; however, by 1956, SC 9 Business was already decommissioned. Though official maps from the state show that Main Street is a secondary road (SC-S-13-1), some online mapping sites still label it as a branch of SC 9. [2] [9]

Lancaster alternate route


South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate
Location Lancaster
Existed c. 1942–1947

South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate (SC 9 Alt.) was an alternate route that existed in the northern part of Lancaster. It was established around 1942 between US 521 south of the city to where US 521 and SC 9 split north of downtown. It was decommissioned in 1947 and was downgraded to a secondary road. Today, its path is part of US 521 and SC 9 Business (SC 9 Bus.).

Lancaster business loop


South Carolina Highway 9 Business
Location Lancaster, South Carolina
Length5.3 mi [10] (8.5 km)
Existed1967–present

SC 9 Business merges off SC 9 Bypass (F.W. McWhirter Expressway) about 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest of Lancaster. After going south for half a mile, SC 9 Business bends eastwards and heads straight eastwards. SC 9 Business merges onto US 521 for one block and then merges back off, crosses over SC 200, and quickly SC 9 Business is out of downtown on E. Arch St. A half mile after crossing over SC 200, SC 9 Business ends at SC 9 Bypass. Other than Spartanburg, the City of Lancaster is the largest urban area SC 9 runs through before reaching the North Myrtle Beach area.

Richburg alternate route


South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate
Location Richburg
Existed1939–1947

South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate (SC 9 Alt.) was an alternate route that existed in the central part of Richburg. It was established in 1939 between SC 9 and SC 901. It was decommissioned in 1947 and was downgraded to a secondary road.

Chester business loop


South Carolina Highway 9 Business
Location Chester, South Carolina
Length2.7 mi [11] (4.3 km)
Existed1956–present

Like all the numbered highways in Chester, SC 9 Business goes straight through downtown, and the bypass route makes a half-moon path around Chester. SC 9 Business shares a brief concurrency with US 321 Business and SC 97 Business, and then with SC 72/ 121 Business.

Jonesville alternate route


South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate
Location Jonesville
Existed1938–1947

South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate (SC 9 Alt.) was an alternate route that existed in the northern part of Jonesville. It was established in 1938 on Church Street between SC 9 and SC 11. It was decommissioned in 1947 and was downgraded to a secondary road. Today, it is known as SC 9 Connector (SC 9 Conn.).

Jonesville connector route


South Carolina Highway 9 Connector
Location Jonesville
Length0.10 mi [12] (0.16 km)

South Carolina Highway 9 Connector (SC 9 Conn.) is a 0.1-mile-long (0.16 km) connector route in the north-central part of Jonesville, in the northwestern part of Union County. It is a brief link between the SC 9 mainline (Main Street) and SC 18 (Pacolet Street). It is unsigned for its entire length

It begins at an intersection with the SC 9 mainline (Main Street). It takes Church Street in a roughly northwestern direction. It immediately crosses over some railroad tracks of Norfolk Southern Railway. It provides rear access for a textile company. Then, it reaches its northern terminus, an intersection with SC 18 (Pacolet Street).

The entire route is in Jonesville, Union County.

mi [12] kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0 SC 9 (Main Street) / Church Street westSouthern terminus; Church Street continues past this intersection.
0.10.16Pacolet Street ( SC 18)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Spartanburg alternate route


South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate
Location Spartanburg
Existed1946–1947

South Carolina Highway 9 Alternate (SC 9 Alt.) was an alternate route that existed near Pacolet. It was established in 1946 between SC 9 near Pacolet and US 176 (now SC 56) in Spartanburg. It was decommissioned in 1947 and was downgraded to a secondary road. Today, it is partially known as SC 295.

References

  1. ^ a b c Google (February 7, 2013). "South Carolina Highway 9" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 7, 2013.
  2. ^ a b "Mapmikey's South Carolina Highways Page". Retrieved February 6, 2013.[ unreliable source]
  3. ^ Staff. "Project Status: Northern Project". I-73 Environmental Impact Study. South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved February 7, 2013.
  4. ^ I-73 Northern Map (PDF) (Map). South Carolina Department of Transportation. Bennettsvile inset. Retrieved February 7, 2013.
  5. ^ Google (February 6, 2013). "South Carolina Highway 9 Business - Loris" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
  6. ^ Google (February 6, 2013). "South Carolina Highway 9 Business - Bennettsville" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
  7. ^ a b Google (October 23, 2020). "Overview map of SC 9 Truck (Cheraw)" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 23, 2020.
  8. ^ Google (February 6, 2013). "South Carolina Highway 9 Business - Chesterfield" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
  9. ^ Chesterfield City (PDF) (Map). South Carolina Department of Transportation. July 2009. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
  10. ^ Google (February 6, 2013). "South Carolina Highway 9 Business - Lancaster" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
  11. ^ Google (February 6, 2013). "South Carolina Highway 9 Business - Chester" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 6, 2013.
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