Tennessee State Route 100
|Maintained by TDOT|
|Length:||158.31 mi (254.78 km)|
|West end:||US-64 / SR-15 – Whiteville|
| US-45 – Henderson
US-412 – Perryville
Natchez Trace Parkway – Pasquo
|East end:||US-70S – Belle Meade|
|Counties:||Hardeman, Chester, Henderson, Decatur, Perry, Hickman, Williamson, Davidson|
Once it leaves SR-15, State Route 100 passes south of Whiteville along with US-64. Then SR-100 passes through an interchange with US-64 and SR-15 and leaves Whiteville heading east but slightly northward. The route crosses the Hatchie River, and soon after, it intersects US-45 in Henderson. At Perryville, SR-100 joins with US-412 and crosses the Tennessee River on the Alvin C. York Bridge. SR-100 leaves US-412 just east of Linden and goes through Centerville, crossing the Duck River immediately afterwards. After SR-100 has passed SR-840, it enters Davidson County. Then it has an interchange with the Natchez Trace Parkway. In fact, it is the Parkway's northern terminus. It then passes northwest of Percy Warner Park to end at US-70S.
- DeLorme. Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer (Map) (2004 ed.).
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