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Missouri Route 105

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Route 105
Route information
Length10.534 mi[1] (16.953 km)
Major junctions
South end Route 80 in East Prairie
North end I-57 BL / US 62 / Route 77 / Route N in Charleston
Highway system
Route 104 Route 106

Route 105 is a highway in Mississippi County, Missouri. Its northern terminus is at Interstate 57/U.S. Route 60 in Charleston; its southern terminus is at Route 80 in East Prairie. Other than the two termini, no other towns are on the route.

Route description


In 1924, Route 55 was designated along a concrete road starting from Benton to Wolf Island.[2] A spur of Route 55, Route 55A, was designated one year later to a concrete road. Its western terminus was at the New Madrid–Mississippi county line, and its eastern terminus was at Route 55 north of East Prairie.[3]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Mississippi County.

East Prairie0.0000.000 Route 80 (Washington Avenue)
2.3153.726 Route 102
3.9516.359 Route 75 – Anniston
5.4278.734 Route C / Route D
I-57 / I-57 BL / US 60 – Sikeston, Cairo, ILSouthern end of I-57 Business concurrency
10.53416.953 I-57 BL / US 62 / Route 77 (Marshall Street) / Route N (Main Street)Northern end of I-57 Business concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b Missouri Department of Transportation (July 13, 2012). MoDOT HPMAPS (Map). Missouri Department of Transportation. Retrieved July 13, 2012.
  2. ^ "Highway Engineer Tells of Progress in Building Many Roads in Southeast Missouri". The Democrat-Argus. Caruthersville, Missouri. June 24, 1924. p. 6. Retrieved May 16, 2018 – via Free to read
  3. ^ "Over Seven Million Dollars Spent for Roads in S.E. Missouri in 1924". The Democrat-Argus. Caruthersville, Missouri. January 27, 1925. p. 3. Retrieved May 16, 2018 – via Free to read

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