Tennessee State Route 63

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State Route 63 primary marker State Route 63 secondary marker

State Route 63
Congressman Howard H. Baker Highway
Route information
Length: 102 mi (164 km)
Major junctions
West end: US 27 / SR 29 / SR 297 in Huntsville
 

SR 297 east in Pioneer
I-75 in Pioneer–Caryville
I-75 / US 25W in Caryville
US 25W in La Follette

US 25E / SR 32 in Harrogate
East end: SR 33 in Sneedville
Location
Counties: Scott, Campbell, Claiborne, Hancock
Highway system
  • Tennessee State Routes

State Route 63 (SR 63) is an east–west state highway in the northern portion of eastern Tennessee. It goes from U.S. Route 27 (US 27) in Huntsville to SR 33 in Sneedville, running 102 miles (164 km).

SR 63 is a primary route west of US 25E in Harrogate; the portion east of the I-75 junction in Caryville is part of Corridor F of the Appalachian Development Highway System, which stretches from Caryville to Jenkins, Kentucky. East of Harrogate, SR 63 is a much curvier secondary route.

The portion of the highway from US 27 in the west to I-75 in the east is named after Congressman Howard Baker, Sr.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Scott Huntsville US 27 / SR 297 west (Scott Highway / SR 29) – Wartburg, Oneida, Historic Rugby, Big South Fork National Recreational Area Western terminus; western end of SR 297 concurrency
SR 456 north (Annadell Road) Southern terminus of SR 456
Campbell   SR 297 east (Newcomb Pike) – Newcomb, Jellico Eastern end of SR 297 concurrency
Caryville I-75 north – Lexington Western end of I-75 concurrency; SR 63 west follows exit 141
I-75 south / US 25W south (SR 9) – Knoxville Eastern end of I-75 concurrency; Western end of US 25W/SR 9 concurrency; SR 63 east follows exit 134
SR 116 south (John McGhee Boulevard) Northern terminus of SR 116
LaFollette US 25W north (Indiana Avenue / SR 9) to I-75 north Eastern end of US 25W/SR 9 concurrency
Claiborne Harrogate US 25E north (Cumberland Gap Parkway / SR 32) – Middlesboro Western end of US 25E/SR 32 concurrency
US 25E south (Cumberland Gap Parkway / SR 32) – Tazewell Eastern end of US 25E/SR 32 concurrency
  SR 345 south (Cedar Fork Road) Northern terminus of SR 345
Hancock Sneedville SR 33 (Main Street) Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "95 Years – A Chronicle of First National Bank". FNB Chronicles. Retrieved 4 July 2014.