Tennessee State Route 368

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State Route 368 marker

State Route 368
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 1.7 mi (2.7 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 57 in Grand Junction
North end: SR 18 in Grand Junction
Location
Counties: Hardeman
Highway system
SR 367 SR 369

Tennessee State Route 368 is a Tennessee designated state route in Grand Junction, Tennessee. It is approximately 1.7 miles long. It begins as a fork in the road from Tennessee State Route 18 and travels nearly due south, intercepting Old Grand Junction Road and Summit Street. From this point it runs slightly parallel to the rarely used Mississippi Central Railroad and Tippah Street. It intercepts Tennessee State Route 57 as a T-junction in downtown Grand Junction, Tennessee and stops there.[1][2]

History[edit]

Tennessee State Route 368 was originally designated as Tennessee State Route 18A. The generally accepted theory for why this was done is that the road runs nearly parallel to Tennessee State Route 18, and only goes a short distance, ending in Grand Junction. Tennessee State Route 18A was redesignated as Tennessee State Route 368 in 1981 for unknown reasons.

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