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Rowes Ferry (historical), Alabama

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Rowes Ferry (historical) map, photos, satellite view and comments. Rowes Ferry (historical) is a Crossing in Sumter County, AL with an elevation of 75 feet, or 23 meters above sea level.

A satellite image of the Rowes Ferry (historical) area in Sumter County, AL.


What's Nearby Rowes Ferry (historical)
Rowes Ferry (historical) 0.00 miles away
A Crossing in Sumter, Alabama
Roe Landing 0.10 miles away
A Locale in Greene, Alabama
Negrofoot Branch 0.14 miles away
A Stream in Greene, Alabama
Logan Cemetery 0.24 miles away
A Cemetery in Greene, Alabama
Birdine Creek 0.36 miles away
A Stream in Greene, Alabama
Birdine Cemetery 0.53 miles away
A Cemetery in Greene, Alabama
Birdine Junior High School 0.61 miles away
A School in Greene, Alabama
Birdine Church 0.67 miles away
A Church in Greene, Alabama
Negro Heel Bar 0.76 miles away
A Bar in Greene, Alabama
Birdine Bar 0.78 miles away
A Bar in Greene, Alabama

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Place Type
Rowes Ferry (historical) is a Crossing. Definition: A place where two or more routes of transportation form a junction or intersection (overpass, underpass).


Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 32.6045787
Longitude: -87.8414021


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