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M-105 is a former state trunkline route existing from March 9, 1928 until July 13, 1939.
Southern Terminus*:    M-53/Van Dyke Rd at the hamlet of Popple, six miles southwest of downtown Bad Axe
Northern Terminus*:    M-83/Pigeon Rd (present-day M-142) at cnr of Grassmere Rd, 3 miles east of downtown Elkton in central Huron Co
Final Length*: 4.953 miles
Maps: Route Map of Former M-105
Notes: * The termini and final length for M-105 reflect the beginning and ending of the route and its length as of the time of its decommissioning in mid 1939.
  M-105 was a short cut-off route between M-53 southwest of Bad Axe and what is now M-142 (which was designated M-29 when M-105 was first established in 1928 and later designated M-83 as of the retirement of M-105 in 1939) in central Huron Co. For its entire existence, M-105 never bore a hard surface.
History: 1928 (Mar 9) – The 5.0 miles of Popple Rd from M-53/Van Dyke Rd westerly one mile to Grassmere Rd and Grassmere from Popple northerly to M-83/Pigeon Rd (present-day M-142) are transferred back to state jurisdiction, after having been previous part of the route of M-53 from 1920–23. This new route is designated M-105.
  1939 (July 13) – In a spate of similar turnbacks, the entire route of M-105 is transferred from state back to county control. M-105 ceases to be a state trunkline designation and has not been used since.
Controlled Access: No portion of M-105 upon decommissioning existed as freeway or expressway.
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