Farm to Market Road 921
|Length:||0.25 mi (0.40 km)|
|Existed:||1959 – present|
|South end:||US 79 east of Neches|
|North end:||county road east of the Cherokee/Anderson county line|
Farm to Market Road 921, or FM 921, in eastern Texas (USA), runs about 0.246 miles (0.396 km) from an intersection with US 79 east of Neches, north to a county road east of the border of Cherokee and Anderson counties. A previous version of FM 921 was commissioned by Minute Order in 1948 for a road in Archer County between Black Flat and an intersection with US 82 near Mankins; this previous FM 921 spanned 5 miles (8.0 km). This previous designation was cancelled in February 1959 and transferred to FM 368.
FM 921 has no local street names. Entirely rural, the landscape along the road is mainly lined with trees. The road has 2 lanes and no shoulders for its entire length. All of FM 921 is in far west-central Cherokee County.
The road was commissioned in November 1959, though it is unclear as to when FM 921 was completed. The road serves no towns and is one of the shortest state highways in Cherokee County. The road connects the rural area to US 79 which goes east (but is signed north) to Jacksonville and west (but is signed south) to Palestine. FM 921 only intersects with its 2 termini; there are no side roads, but a Union Pacific rail line does cross the road.
The route is in far west-central Cherokee County, just east of the Anderson County line.
|0||US 79 – Jacksonville, Palestine||Southern terminus|
|0.246||county road||Northern terminus|
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