Tennessee State Route 210

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State Route 210 marker

State Route 210
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 10.10 mi (16.25 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 88 in Halls
North end: US 412 / SR 20 near Tigrett, TN
Location
Counties: Lauderdale, Dyer
Highway system
SR 209 SR 211

State Route 210 (SR 210) is a secondary state highway in West Tennessee.

Route description[edit]

SR 210 begins in Halls (within Lauderdale County) at an intersection with SR 88, which continues south beyond this intersection. SR 210 travels northerly out of Halls, travelling parallel to the Canadian National Railway toward the Dyer County line. Near the county line, the highway passes near the Arnold Field Airport (formerly Dyersburg Army Air Base) built during World War II. In Dyer County, this highway continues north through bottomland until reaches the small community of Fowlkes. In Fowlkes, SR 210 comes to a 4-way intersection and continues east traversing farmland and rolling hills until terminating at US 412/SR 20. Even though the SR 210 designation ends at US 412, the highway actually continues on as Old Highway 20. Mile Markers on this highway reset to 0 at the Lauderdale–Dyer County Line.

History[edit]

SR 210 from its intersection with SR 88 in Halls to mile marker 3.25 (above-mentioned 4-way intersection) in Fowlkes represents the historic alignment of US 51/SR 3. From mile marker 3.25 to mile marker 6.50 in Dyer County represents the historic alignment of SR 20.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Lauderdale Halls 0.00 0.00 SR 88 (Church Street/Tigrett Street) – Gates, Hales Point Southern terminus
Dyer Fowlkes US 51 – Dyersburg, Ripley
  US 412 / SR 20 – Dyersburg, Alamo Northern terminus; Interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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