Tennessee State Route 264

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State Route 264 marker

State Route 264
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 16.5 mi (26.6 km)
Major junctions
North end: US 70N – Elmwood
  SR 141 – Gordonsville
South end: SR 96 (Dale Ridge Road) – Dowelltown
Counties: DeKalb, Smith
Highway system
  • Tennessee State Routes
SR-263 SR-265

State Route 264 is a relatively short north–south highway in Middle Tennessee. The road begins 4.1 miles (6.6 km) NE of Dowelltown and ends in Elmwood. The current length is 16.54 mi (26.6 km).[1]

Route description[edit]

The highway begins at an intersection with SR-96 4.1 miles (6.6 km) northeast of Dowelltown. It immediately passes down a hill and through the small community of Temperance Hall. After leaving Temperance Hall, SR-264 travels roughly northward and enters Smith County. During its time in DeKalb County SR-264 is signed as Hickman Highway.

After entering Smith County, SR-264 becomes Temperance Hall Highway, passing through Hickman and into Gordonsville. Upon entering Gordonsville, SR-264 is briefly known as Hatton Waterford Parkway before intersecting SR-141. SR-264 runs a concurrency with SR-141 as Main Street through Gordonsville before splitting off and continuing northeast.

At this point SR-264 is known as Stonewall Highway as it crosses the Caney Fork River and moves through the community of Stonewall. In Stonewall, SR-264 curves to the north and continues to its northern terminus at U.S. Highway 70N in Elmwood. [2]

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