Titel: Brunswick County, North Carolina
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 49. Chapters: Buildings and structures in Brunswick County, North Carolina, People from Brunswick County, North Carolina, Populated places in Brunswick County, North Carolina, Sandy Creek, North Carolina, Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, Oak Island, North Carolina, St. James, North Carolina, Navassa, North Carolina, Bolivia, North Carolina, Sunset Beach, North Carolina, Calabash, North Carolina, Belville, North Carolina, Northwest, North Carolina, Bald Head Island, North Carolina, Southport, North Carolina, Varnamtown, North Carolina, Holden Beach, North Carolina, Carolina Shores, North Carolina, Caswell Beach, North Carolina, Shallotte, North Carolina, Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina, Leland, North Carolina, U.S. Route 74, U.S. Route 421 in North Carolina, Ocean Isle Beach house fire, U.S. Route 76, Fort Johnston, Tommy Jacobs, Brunswick Town, North Carolina, U.S. Route 17 in North Carolina, St. Philip's Church Ruins, Chad McCumbee, Cape Fear, Daniel Lindsay Russell, National Register of Historic Places listings in Brunswick County, North Carolina, North Carolina Highway 211, Cedric Simmons, North Carolina Baptist Assembly, Bald Head Light, North Carolina Highway 179, Red O'Quinn, James A. Ranaldson, Dosher Memorial Hospital, Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, Price Creek Light, Oak Island Light, John Leon Williamson, Lockwood Folly River, Brunswick Nuclear Generating Station, Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, North Carolina Highway 130, Pleasure Island, Supply, North Carolina, Brunswick Town Historic District, Bird Island, North Carolina, Museum of Coastal Carolina, Ingram Planetarium, Frying Pan Shoals, North Brunswick High School, Brunswick Beacon, Cape Fear Light, North Carolina Highway 904, Shallotte River, Smithville Township, Brunswick County, North Carolina, Brunswick County Courthouse, Winnabow, North Carolina, Long Beach, North Carolina, Yaupon Beach, North Carolina, Green Swamp, Sunset Harbor, North Carolina. Excerpt: U.S. Route 74 is an east-west United States highway that runs for 497 miles (800 km) from Cleveland, Tennessee to Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Established in 1987, US-74 western terminus is exit 20 on I-75 in Cleveland. After 1.5 miles (2.4 km), it is overlapped with US-64 for the remaining 42.3 miles (68.1 km) in Tennessee before entering North Carolina (a total of 43.8 miles (70.5 km)). Signage for US-74 is poor, as it appears more as an after-thought by TDOT. Most highways that cross US-74 will typically only mention US-64 instead; I-75 even ignores US-74 at its terminus, showing instead a connector to US-64. Unconfirmed if US-74 actually continues as a hidden highway west into Chattanooga and ends at I-24/I-75 interchange. From the Tennessee state line, US 74 traverses across the southern portion of the state, connecting the cities Asheville, Charlotte, and Wilmington, for a total of 451.8 miles (727.1 km). Established in 1987, US 74 was overlapped on pre-existing highways in the region, specifically the: Appalachian Highway (at-grade expressway, except in the Nantahala Gorge) and the Great Smoky Mountains Expressway (controlled-access freeway, which is broken in three sections along the route). The alternating named highway (depending on grade of road) is considered the commercial back-bone and main truck route of Western North Carolina, connecting the cities of Murphy, Andrews, Bryson City, Cherokee, Sylva, and Waynesville. In or around October, the fall colors create an ...