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MO-51.svg
Route 51
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 116 mi (187 km)
Formed: 1922
North end: Illinois 150.svgGreatRiverRoad.svg Illinois Route 150/Great River Road at the Illinois state line
South end: Arkansas 139.svg Highway 139 at the Arkansas state line
Major cities: McBride
Perryville
Patton
Marble Hill
Lutesville
Zalma
Arab
Puxico
Fisk
Brosely
Qulin
Fagus
Missouri Highways
< US 50 Route 52 >
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Route 51 is a highway in southeastern Missouri. Its northern terminus is the Illinois state line near Chester, Illinois; its southern terminus is at the Arkansas state line northwest of Piggott, Arkansas. It continues into Illinois as Illinois Route 150 and it continues into Arkansas as Highway 139.

Route 51 is one of the original 1922 state highways and ran from the Mississippi River to Advance.

Route 51A, a branch route, formerly connected Route 51 with Puxico when Route 51 ended at Advance (at Route 25). Route 51A would become part of the main highway when it was re-routed and extended.


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