Tennessee State Route 347
State Route 347 (SR 347) is a state-maintained, secondary highway in eastern Tennessee, beginning at I-26 in the Rock Springs community of Kingsport and ending at the intersection of US 11W and SR 70 in Rogersville.
|Maintained by TDOT|
|Length||31.3 mi (50.4 km)|
|West end||US 11W / SR 70 at Rogersville|
|SR 93 at Sullivan Gardens|
|East end||I-26 / US 23 at Kingsport|
SR 347 begins as East Main Street at an intersection with SR 70 and US 11W in Rogersville, SR 347 goes southwest toward downtown and after 1 mile as East Main Street SR 347 turns east on to Burem Pike and soon after leaves Rogersville city limits and after traveling for at total of 3.5 miles SR 347 crosses the Holston River. It then goes through rural southern Hawkins County. After entering Sullivan County SR 347 comes into the community of Sullivan Gardens and junctions with SR 93 and comes to an end at I-26/US 23 in Kingsport.
|Hawkins||Rogersville||0.00||0.00||US 11W south (Lee Highway/SR 1 west) / SR 70 (Trail of the Lonesome Pine) – Bean Station, Mooresburg, Sneedville, Pressmen's Home||Western terminus; Interchange|
|East Main Street to US 11W north (Lee Highway/SR 1 east) – Surgoinsville, Kingsport||Interchange|
|East Main Street To SR 66 – Downtown Rogersville|
|Van Hill||Van Hill Road To I-81 / SR 172 (Baileyton Road) – Baileyton, Greeneville||Former northern terminus of SR 172|
|Sullivan||Sullivan Gardens||SR 93 (Sullivan Gardens Parkway) – Kingsport, Fall Branch|
|Kingsport||I-26 / US 23 – Gate City, Johnson City||I-26/US 23 exit 6; eastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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