Minnesota State Highway 104
|Defined by MS § 161.115(74)|
|Maintained by Mn/DOT|
|Length:||27.320 mi (43.967 km)|
|Existed:||April 22, 1933 – present|
|South end:|| MN 9 at Norway Lake Township,
| County 29 at Chippewa Falls Twp.
County 19 at Barsness Twp.
|North end:||MN 28 / MN 29 at Glenwood|
|Counties:||Kandiyohi, Swift, Pope|
Minnesota State Highway 104 is a highway in west-central Minnesota, which runs from its intersection with State Highway 9 in Norway Lake Township near Sunburg and continues north to its northern terminus at its intersection with State Highways 28 and 29 in the city of Glenwood.
Highway 104 is 27 miles (43 km) in length.
Highway 104 changes direction to east–west in Chippewa Falls Township and continues as east–west for 6 miles before returning again to a north–south direction in Barsness Township for the remainder of its route to Glenwood.
The highway is officially marked as a north–south route by its highway shields from beginning to end.
Highway 104 is also known as Franklin Street South in the city of Glenwood.
The route is legally defined as Route 143 in the Minnesota Statutes. It is not marked with this number.
State Highway 104 was authorized on April 22, 1933.
The route was completely paved by 1960.
From 1934 until 2005, State Highway 104 had continued farther south. The section of present day Kandiyohi County Road 7 between State Highway 9 (at Sunburg) and U.S. Highway 12 (west of Pennock and Willmar) was originally designated Highway 104 until 2005. The original length of 104 was 41 miles.
|Kandiyohi||Sunburg||13.583||21.860||MN 9||East end of MN 9 overlap|
|Swift-Kandiyohi county line||14.446||MN 9||West end of MN 9 overlap|
|Pope||Gilchrist Township||23.416||37.684||CR 8 west|
|Lake Johanna Township||23.912||38.483||CR 8 east|
|Chippewa Falls Township||24.959||40.168||CR 29|
|Barsness Township||31.598||50.852||CR 19|
|Glenwood Township||36.309||58.434||CR 18|
|Glenwood||40.891||65.808||MN 28 / MN 29|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Chapter 440-H.F. No. 2000", Session Laws of Minnesota for 1933 (Mike Holm, Secretary of State): 881–897
- "Trunk Highway Log Point Listing - Construction District 4" (PDF). Minnesota Department of Transportation. August 23, 2010. Retrieved November 17, 2010.
- Minnesota DNR website for Monson Lake State Park - Link
- "161.115, Additional Trunk Highways". Minnesota Statutes. Office of the Revisor of Statutes, State of Minnesota. 2010. Retrieved November 17, 2010.
- Riner, Steve. "Details of routes 101-149". The Unofficial Minnesota Highways Page. Self-published. Retrieved November 17, 2010.[unreliable source]