Hidden Mississippi Highway 923

Southern Terminus:

At the Louisiana/Mississippi state line west of Osyka, Amite/Pike Counties

Northern Terminus:

At MS 584 west of Osyka, Amite County


2.385 miles

Counties Served:

Amite, Pike

Cities/Towns Over 5,000 Population:


Average Annual Daily Traffic Ranges (2004)

Amite County:

130 (near the state line)

Froggie's Notes:

- This route follows what's locally known as Line Creek Rd, and is actually the second MS 923 that has existed.  The previous MS 923 is now MS 571.
- One interesting bit is that the route appears to be following the Amite/Pike County line for it's southernmost 1/4 mile or so before ending at the state line.

Froggie Suggests:

- Decommission it and turn it back to the county.


2004 Aerial Photos

All aerial photos are pulled from aerial imagery provided by the National Agriculture Imagery Program, via the Mississippi Automated Resource Information System.

The southern end of MS 923 at the Louisiana/Mississippi state line, delineated roughly by the white line running left-to-right (it's slightly offset to the north of the real border).  The white line running north from the state line is the Amite/Pike County line.

This image shows the northern terminus at MS 584.

Other Photos

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Last Updated:  February 10, 2006

(C) 2006, Adam Froehlig