MD 213


Highway Review:
MD 213 connects Wye Mills at MD 662 to the Pennsylvania State Line, a distance of 68 miles. It goes through the towns of Centreville, Chestertown, Kennedyville, Chesapeake City, and Elkton. It is a scenic route along the northern part of the Eastern Shore.

Highway Information:
Distance: 68.4 miles
Counties traveled through: Queen Anne's, Kent, Cecil
Highway intersections: MD 662 (Mile 0.0), U.S. 50 (Mile 0.8), MD 309 (Mile 4.2), U.S. 301 (Mile 5.2), MD 18 (Mile 6.7), MD 304 (Mile 7.7), MD 305 (Mile 8.1), MD 300 (Mile 16.6), MD 19 (Mile 17.0), MD 544 (Mile 21.2), MD 20 (Mile 23.2), MD 859 (Mile 24.0), MD 291 (Mile 24.0), MD 297 (Mile 25.3), MD 561 (Mile 27.4), MD 298 (Mile 32.8), MD 444 (Mile 34.5), MD 290/313 (Mile 38.5), MD 282 (Mile 43.3), MD 310 (Mile 49.7), MD 537 (Mile 51.8), MD 537 (Mile 52.8), MD 285 (Mile 54.0), U.S. 40 (Mile 58.8), MD 7 (Mile 59.3), MD 545 (Mile 59.8), MD 279 (Mile 60.2), MD 273 (Mile 66.4)
Highway duplexes: None


SOUTHERN TERMINUS
MD 662, Wye Mills

MD 213 South at MD 662. There is no end sign at
this terminus. (Photo taken 3/17/03)
MD 662 North at MD 213 North in Wye Mills. Both
highways will intersect U.S. 50 shortly. (Photo taken
3/17/03)
MD 213 North assurance shield just north of MD 662.
The highway will intersect U.S. 50 in less than a mile.
(Photo taken 3/17/03)

OTHER HIGHWAY PICTURES

MD 213 North at U.S. 50 East. U.S. 50 is the Ocean
Gateway, and is 4-lane divided highway throughout the
state. (Photo taken 3/17/03)
MD 213 North at U.S. 50 West. (Photo taken 3/17/03)

NORTHERN TERMINUS
Pennsylvania State Line, continues as PA 841

There is no coverage of this terminus here. And there probably won't be anytime soon!
However, if you do have pictures of this terminus, please let me know!

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Last updated May 02, 2003 03:26 PM