North Carolina Highway 35

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For the former NC 35, see North Carolina Highway 35 (1930s).

NC 35 marker

NC 35
Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length: 20.5 mi[1] (33.0 km)
Existed: 1940[1] – present
Major junctions
South end: NC 305 / NC 561 near Woodland
  US 258 in Woodland
US 158 in Conway
North end: SR 35 near Boykins, VA
Location
Counties: Hertford, Northampton
Highway system
NC 34 NC 37

North Carolina Highway 35 (NC 35) is a state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina.

Route description[edit]

Starting from its southern terminus at NC 305/NC 561 near Tri-County Airport in Mintons Store of western Hertford County, the route immediately enters Northampton County as it progresses northward. In the town of Woodland, NC 35 joins US 258 as Woodland's main street, before turning north again only a couple city blocks later. The road continues north through the towns of Conway and Severn before it turns into VA 35 at the Virginia state line. Much of the route runs mostly parallel to the North Carolina and Virginia Railroad and crosses it several times.

History[edit]

Originally, NC 35 was created around 1930 as the route that present-day NC 45 follows from US 13 to US 17. However, Virginia renumbered its routes in 1940, and North Carolina followed suit to remain consistent.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
Hertford 0.0 NC 305 / NC 561 – Rich Square, Aulander, Ahoskie Southern terminus
Northampton Woodland 3.5 US 258 south (Main Street) – Rich Square South end of concurrency with US 258
3.6 US 258 north (Main Street) – Murfreesboro North end of concurrency with US 258
Conway 11.6 US 158 (Main Street)
Virginia state line 20.5 SR 35 north (Meherrin Road) – Boykins Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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