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Maryland Route 624

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Length:  3.02 mi (4.86 km)
South end:  MD 165 in Pylesville
Counties:  Harford County
Existed:  1936 – present
North end:  SR 2080 near Graceton
Maryland Route 624

Maryland Route 624 (MD 624) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Maryland. The state highway runs 3.02 miles (4.86 km) from MD 165 in Pylesville north to the Pennsylvania state line a short distance north of its intersection with MD 136 at Graceton. MD 624 was constructed in the mid-1930s.

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Route description

MD 624 begins at an intersection with MD 165 (Pylesville Road) in Pylesville. Grier Nursery Road heads south from the intersection as a county highway toward the village of Street. The state highway heads north through residences on large lots and farmland and crosses Broad Creek. After intersecting MD 136 (Whiteford Road) in the hamlet of Graceton, MD 624 curves to the west to meet its northern terminus on a tangent with the Pennsylvania state line. Graceton Road continues west on top of the state line as SR 2080 to an intersection with PA 851 near Fawn Grove.

History

MD 624 was constructed in 1936. The state highway has not changed since except for minor improvements.

Junction list

The entire route is in Harford County.

References

Maryland Route 624 Wikipedia


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