State Route 195 is a 42.179-mile-long (67.881 km) highway running mainly in a north and south direction through two counties, Winston and Walker in the U.S. state of Alabama.
The southern terminus of SR-195 is located at its intersection with SR-5 in Jasper. From this point the route travels in a north-northwest direction in intersecting SR-257 and traversing the William B. Bankhead National Forest en route to Double Springs. In Double Springs, SR-195 has a .195-mile (0.314 km) concurrency with U.S. Highway 278 prior to resuming its northerly route. The route continues in its northwesterly route through its intersection with SR-243 where it turns to the southwest en route to its northern terminus at SR-13 in Haleyville.
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