New York 338


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Decommissioned: 09/01/1996
Western Terminus: NY 40, South Argyle
Eastern Terminus: NY 29, Greenwich
Length: 6.93 miles (11.16 km)
Orientation: East-West
Counties: Washington
Cities: None
Villages: None
Towns: Argyle, Greenwich
Name(s): None
History:








During the 1930s, NY 338 was an approximately five mile route stretching from present day NY 248 in Whitesville, Allegany County to the Pennsylvania line via Allegany CRs 19 and 19A and Steuben CR 124.

In the 1940s, the NY 338 designation moved to a mile long alignment around the southwestern edge of Schuylerville in Saratoga County. The alignment now carries the Saratoga CR 338 designation.

In 1980, NY 338 was moved about 14 miles east along what is now Washington CR 49. This alignment was decommissioned in 1996.

Replaced By: Washington CR 49

1935 Sunoco Rand McNally New York State map showing the original NY 338 alignment in Allegany and Steuben Counties (1930s).

1952 Sunoco Rand McNally New York State map showing the second NY 338 alignment outside Schuylerville in Saratoga County
(1940s-1980).

1984 Rand McNally New York State map showing the third and final NY 338 alignment in Washington County (1980-96).


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Mile Desc. EAST (Read Down) WEST (Read Up)
. . .
0.00 JCT
(WT)
6.93 JCT
(ET)
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