ⓘ Richburg, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Richburg, South Carolina

Richburg is located in east-central Chester County at 34°43′3″N 81°1′11″W 34.717374, -81.019635. Interstate 77 passes just west of the town, with access from Exits 62 and 65. I-77 leads north 40 miles 64 km to Charlotte and south 53 miles 85 km to Columbia. South Carolina Highway 9 passes through the northeast side of the town, leading west 13 miles 21 km to Chester, the county seat, and east 16 miles 26 km to Lancaster.

According to the census Bureau United States, the city of Richburg has a total area of 0.89 sq. km 2.3 km 2, all of it land.

                                     
  • Chester County Log Cabin, is a historic home located near Richburg Chester County, South Carolina It was built about 1770, and is a two - story, late 18th
  • Richburg may refer to: Richburg New York Richburg South Carolina Richburg Motors, parallel importer of automobile in Hong Kong Weston Richburg American
  • This is a list of high schools in the U.S. state of South Carolina Abbeville High School, Abbeville Calhoun Falls Charter School, Calhoun Falls Dixie
  • from SC 9 near Richburg to the York County line. In 1933, it was extended north to U.S. Route 21 US 21 In 1940, it was extended south to its current
  • South Carolina Highway 223 SC 223 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina It serves as a connector between Richburg and Landsford
  • South Carolina Highway 909 SC 909 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina It connects the communities of northern Chester County
  • city by going south and merging with SC 97 and SC 121 Bypass. Eight miles east of Chester, SC 9 crosses over Interstate 77 and enters Richburg SC 9 merges
  • Interstate 77 I - 77 is a south north Interstate highway, extending 91.2 miles 146.8 km in the state of South Carolina extending from the national southern
  • and a longtime manager at the minor league level. A native of Richburg South Carolina he was the older brother of Marty Marion, the longtime star shortstop
  • company, until January 1953. In 2012, Rolled Alloys expanded to Richburg South Carolina with a new bar facility. Rolled Alloys also built a new facility
  • college football at South Carolina Brown grew up in Fort Lawn, SC and attended Lewisville High School in Richburg South Carolina where he not only starred