State Route 211
State Route 211 (SR 211) is a 17.23-mile (27.73 km) secondary state route in Dyer County, Tennessee, United States, that previously extended north into Obion County. SR 211 is a two-lane highway throughout its length except for a short section in northern Dyersburg.The southern terminus of SR 211 is at a large 3-way junction with US 51 / SR 3 just south southern Dyersburg. SR 211 begins as an unsigned route concurrent with US 51 Business inside the city limits of Dyersburg. SR 211 briefly overlaps with SR 104 near downtown Dyersburg and with US 51 on the north side of the city. The route in this area is mostly a two-lane facility with a few four-lane and five-lane sections with a maximum speed limit of 50 miles per hour (80 km/h). North of Dyersburg, SR 211 is constructed as a two-lane route and is predominantly rural in nature. This route passes through downtown Newbern and intersects SR 77 before continuing north toward Trimble. The northern terminus of SR 211 is at Trimble at a 4-way at-grade intersection with SR 105. North of this intersection, old SR 211 continues north but is closed to traffic. This old alignment provides access to the C.M. Gooch Wildlife Management Area maintained by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
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