Bull Creek (in Floyd County, KY) Populated Place Profile

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Bull Creek (GNIS FID: 507616) is a populated place located in Floyd County at latitude 37.667 and longitude -82.728.

The elevation of Bull Creek is 640 feet. Bull Creek appears on the Lancer U.S. Geological Survey Map. Floyd County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Prestonsburg, KY (2.4 miles W)
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Maytown CDP, KY (10.1 miles SSW)
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McDowell, KY (14.6 miles S)

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Alvin, KY (2.7 miles SE)
Emma, KY (2.7 miles SE)
Cliff, KY (3.1 miles WNW)
West Prestonsburg, KY (3.1 miles W)
Beaver Junction, KY (3.6 miles S)
Sloan, KY (3.6 miles SSW)
New Allen, KY (3.6 miles S)
Woods, KY (4.5 miles ESE)

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