Tennessee State Route 233

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State Route 233 marker

State Route 233
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 23.7 mi (38.1 km)
Major junctions
West end: SR 49 in Carlisle
  SR 46 / SR 434 in Cumberland City
East end: US 79 / SR 76 near Woodlawn
Counties: Stewart, Montgomery
Highway system
SR 232 SR 234

State Route 233 (SR 233) is a secondary state highway located in northwestern Middle Tennessee. The length of the route is an estimated total of 23.7 miles (38.1 km) through southern Stewart and southwestern Montgomery Counties. [1]

Route description[edit]

SR 233 begins in southern Stewart County at a junction with SR 49 at Carlisle. SR 233 goes on a easterly course to Cumberland City. It joins SR 46 to cross the Cumberland River via a ferry. SR 233 separates from SR 76 to end at a junction with US 79 (SR 76) near Woodlawn, in western Montgomery County.

Points of interest[edit]

The most notable point of interest along SR 233 is the TVA-operated Cumberland City Fossil Plant.


  1. ^ Tennessee Department of Transportation (2017). Tennessee's Official Transportation Map [front] (PDF) (Map) (2017 ed.). Nashville: Tennessee Department of Transportation. § A6 & B6. Retrieved February 28, 2017.