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Re: Where are Duck River & Sinking Creek located in county?
Posted by: Charles Carroll (ID *****9002) Date: October 19, 2003 at 17:35:41
In Reply to: Where are Duck River & Sinking Creek located in county? by Brenda Abplanalp of 1477

Brenda, Looking at the map of Bedford County, find Shelbyville.
Duck River flows east - west just below Shelbyville.
Direcly west of Shelbyville about five miles is Sinking Creek. It runs north - south, Lincoln County line to the Duck River.
Go to WWW.Topozone.com and call up a map of Bedford County and you will be able to find it pretty easy.


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