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Tuscumbia Quarry, Alabama

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Tuscumbia Quarry map, photos, satellite view and comments. Tuscumbia Quarry is a Mine in Colbert County, AL with an elevation of 574 feet, or 175 meters above sea level.

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What's Nearby Tuscumbia Quarry
Tuscumbia Quarry 0.00 miles away
A Mine in Colbert, Alabama
Bald Knob 0.63 miles away
A Summit in Colbert, Alabama
Hampton Heights Baptist Church 0.99 miles away
A Church in Colbert, Alabama
Cedar Hills Estates 1.06 miles away
A Populated Place in Colbert, Alabama
Guy Cemetery 1.07 miles away
A Cemetery in Colbert, Alabama
Valdosta 1.11 miles away
A Populated Place in Colbert, Alabama
Community Cemetery 1.18 miles away
A Cemetery in Colbert, Alabama
Valdosta Church of Christ 1.18 miles away
A Church in Colbert, Alabama
Johnson Spring 1.20 miles away
A Spring in Colbert, Alabama
Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses 1.37 miles away
A Church in Colbert, Alabama

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Place Type
Tuscumbia Quarry is a Mine. Definition: Place or area from which commercial minerals are or were removed from the Earth; not including oilfield (pit, quarry, shaft).


Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 34.7033333
Longitude: -87.7347222


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