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Murphy Island (Pennsylvania)

Murphy Island is a privately owned alluvial island in the Allegheny River in Gilpin Township, Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The island is situated across from South Buffalo Township. The elevation of Murphy Island is 758 fee ...

                                               

Nicholson Island (Pennsylvania)

Nicholson Island is an alluvial island in the Allegheny River in South Buffalo Township, Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The island is situated across from Bethel Township. The elevation of Nicholson Island is 768 feet above s ...

                                               

Ross Island (Pennsylvania)

Ross Island is an alluvial island in the Allegheny River in Manor Township, Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The island is situated across from Cadogan and North Buffalo townships. The elevation of Ross Island is 768 feet above ...

                                               

Loysburg Gap, Pennsylvania

Loysburg Gap is a water gap where Pennsylvania Route 36 and the Yellow Creek pass through Tussey Mountain in near Loysburg in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, United States. Yellow Creek flows eastward through the gap towards its junction with the R ...

                                               

The Narrows (Pennsylvania)

The Narrows is a water gap where the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River passes through Evitts Mountain in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Both U.S. Route 30 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike pass through the gap. It is located in the townships of Sna ...

                                               

Schuylkill Gap

Schuylkill Gap is a water gap through Blue Mountain located about 3 miles north of Hamburg, Pennsylvania. The borough of Port Clinton, Pennsylvania resides within the gap itself. Formed in much the same way as Pennsylvanias other water gaps, Schu ...

                                               

Blair Gap

Blair Gap, one of the gaps of the Allegheny is a water gap along the eastern face atop the Allegheny Ridge or Allegheny Front escarpment. Like other gaps of the Allegheny the slopes of Blair Gap were amenable to foot travel, pack mules, and possi ...

                                               

Kittanning Gap

Kittanning Gap, one of the gaps of the Allegheny, is a now a relatively unimportant wooded ravine along the ascent of the Allegheny Ridge in central Pennsylvania in the United States. The gap was one of several optional paths of the Kittanning Pa ...

                                               

Biles Island

Biles Island is an island in the Delaware River in Falls Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Now owned by USX, the 567-acre Biles Island sits in the Delaware River a half mile south of Trenton, New Jersey. Since at least 1968 it has been a dump ...

                                               

Hendrick Island

Hendrick Island is a large erosional feature in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Once part of the main shoreline, a sizable channel of the Delaware River now separates it from the rest of the state. The island is part of Solebury Township and a protec ...

                                               

Soldier Run

Soldier Run is a stream in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It is a tributary of Sandy Lick Creek. Soldier Run took its name from nearby Big Soldier coal mine.

                                               

Berrier Island

                                               

McCormick Island

McCormick Island is a 100-acre island, located in the city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Its one of the larger islands that makes up the Sheets Island Archipelago in the Susquehanna River. Other islands surrounding are Sheets Island, and Governor’ ...

                                               

Wade Island

Wade Island is located in the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Itself a part of the Sheets Island archipelago, the small island is home to Pennsylvanias large nesting colony of herons and egrets.

                                               

Carpenters Island, Pennsylvania

Carpenters Island, Pennsylvania is a historical location on the Delaware River in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, reportedly named for the Carpenter family who purchased land on the island in the late 17th century, originally located near the mout ...

                                               

Tenmile Creek (Pennsylvania)

Tenmile Creek is a stream in Washington and Greene Counties, Pennsylvania, USA. It is a tributary of the Monongahela River. Tenmile Creek was so named on account of frequent branches, occurring about every 10 miles 16 km.

                                               

Jacks Island (Pennsylvania)

Jacks Island is an alluvial island in the Allegheny River. Its southwestern half lies in the city of Lower Burrell, while its northeastern half lies in Allegheny Township, in Westmoreland County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The island is si ...

                                               

Lovett Island

Lovett Island is an island in Hickman County, Tennessee on the Duck River. The island takes it shape from the formation of an oxbow lake. Lovett Island was named for Jesse Lovett, a pioneer settler.

                                               

Carpenters Island

Carpenters Island is an island in the Little Tennessee River in Loudon County, Tennessee. It is shown on United States Geographical Survey map USGS Meadow quad. The nearest major town is Loudon, Tennessee. One early official mention of it is in E ...

                                               

Callaways Little Island

Callaways Little Island, or Kirkland Island, is a small island 1.4 miles WSW of Tallassee, Tennessee within the Chilhowee Shoals of the Little Tennessee River, Monroe County, Tennessee.

                                               

San Jose Island (Texas)

San Jose Island or San Jose Island is a barrier island on the Gulf Coast of Texas in the United States. The island is about 21 miles long and 5 miles wide. The island is oriented generally northeast-southwest, with the Gulf of Mexico on the east ...

                                               

Gasoline, Texas

Gasoline is a ghost town in Briscoe County, Texas. A post office called Gasoline was established in 1907, and remained in operation until 1948. The community was named after a gasoline-powered cotton gin near the original town site.

                                               

Matagorda Island

Matagorda Island), Spanish for "thick brush," is a 38-mile long barrier island on the Texas Gulf coast, located approximately seven miles south of Port OConnor, in the southernmost part of Calhoun County. The traditional homeland of the Karankawa ...

                                               

South Padre Island

South Padre Island is a barrier island in the U.S. state of Texas. It is located in Cameron County and in Willacy County. South Padre Island was formed when the creation of the Port Mansfield Channel split Padre Island in two. The resort city of ...

                                               

Mountain ranges of El Paso County, Texas

                                               

Limpia Canyon

Limpia Canyon is a deep valley or canyon in the Davis Mountains of Jeff Davis County, Texas. It was cut by Limpia Creek and is its path southeastward from the northeastern slope of Mount Livermore at 30°46′39″N 103°44′40″W, past Fort Davis and Wi ...

                                               

Mount Livermore (Texas)

Mount Livermore is a summit in the Davis Mountains in the Jeff Davis County, Texas. It reaches an elevation of 8.378 feet / 2.492 meters, and is the fourth highest peak in Texas. The peak was named for Major William Livermore who used it as a poi ...

                                               

Rincon Point (Nueces County)

                                               

Painted Caves

Painted Caves was a cave containing a spring in Val Verde County, Texas, 20 kilometers southeast of Comstock, Texas. The cave accompanied a camp site along the San Antonio-El Paso Road on Painted Cave Spring Creek and was named for the indigenous ...

                                               

Seminole Canyon

Seminole Canyon, a valley and a stream in Val Verde County, Texas. Its mouth lies at an elevation of 1119 feet. The head of the canyon is at 29°44′47″N 101°16′07″W, west of the Southern Pacific Railroad line. The Seminole Canyon Creek has its sou ...

                                               

Muley Point (Iron County, Utah)

Muley Point is a cliff in Iron County, Utah. It rises to an elevation of 6.010 feet / 1.832 meters. It overlooks the northern end of the Parowan Valley, where Fremont Wash enters it.

                                               

Alkali Ridge

Alkali Ridge, also known as Alkali Point, is a set of widely scattered archaeological remains of the earliest forms of Puebloan architecture, representing a period of transition from scattered, pit-style dwellings to a settled agricultural lifestyle.

                                               

Bears Ears

The Bears Ears are a pair of buttes located in San Juan County in southeastern Utah, United States. They are protected as part of and the namesake of the Bears Ears National Monument, managed by the Bureau of Land Management and United States For ...

                                               

Rivers of Bennington County, Vermont

                                               

Rivers of Orange County, Vermont

                                               

Rivers of Orleans County, Vermont

                                               

Rivers of Rutland County, Vermont

                                               

Rivers of Windham County, Vermont

                                               

Rivers of Windsor County, Vermont

                                               

Juniper Island (Lake Champlain)

Juniper Island is a 13-acre island in Lake Champlain, approximately 3.15-mile southwest of Burlington, Vermonts King Street Ferry Dock. The island is home to the Juniper Island Lighthouse. The State of Vermont purchased the island for 0 in 1825 a ...

                                               

Rock Dunder

Rock Dunder is a tiny rock island extending just above the waters of Lake Champlain roughly 2.8 miles southwest from the Burlington, Vermont ferry dock. The water level averages 95.5 feet above sea level, and the rock protrudes only a few feet ab ...

                                               

Sunset Island

Sunset Island is a three-acre island on Lake Champlain, located just west of the Greater Mallets Bay, Colchester, Vermont, United States. It is currently privately held, with Patricia McDonald as the majority owner. Originally named Hogback Islan ...

                                               

Neshobe Island

Neshobe Island is an island in Lake Bomoseen in the town of Castleton, U.S. state of Vermont. It is particularly known for its association during the 1920s and 1930s with the Algonquin Round Table, a group of literary figures. The island was give ...

                                               

Levisa Fork

The Levisa Fork is a tributary of the Big Sandy River, approximately 164 miles long, in southwestern Virginia and eastern Kentucky in the United States.

                                               

Dragon Swamp

Dragon Swamp, also known as Dragon Run, is a 36.7-mile-long stream in the U.S. state of Virginia, flowing through King and Queen, Essex, Middlesex, and Gloucester counties. It is the main freshwater tributary of the Piankatank River.

                                               

Thoroughfare Gap (Bull Run Mountain)

Thoroughfare Gap is a water gap in the Bull Run Mountains created by Broad Run between High Point Mountain to the north and Bisquit Mountain to the south. It is located on the border of Prince William and Fauquier counties in Virginia. True to it ...

                                               

Maggoty Gap

The original Maggoty Gap was a wind gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the counties of Roanoke, Virginia and Franklin, Virginia. Over time, as roads were improved and relocated, the identified location of the gap moved with them. It is now mapped ...

                                               

Clarkes Gap

Clarkes Gap, also known as Clarks Gap, is a pass through Catoctin Mountain west of Leesburg, Virginia. The gap has an elevation of 643 feet. The gap is not a true wind gap, but rather a man-made railroad cut through a local saddle point between t ...

                                               

New Market Gap

New Market Gap is a wind gap in the Massanutten Mountain in Virginia. The 1.804 feet gap is located approximately in the middle of the range, dividing it into north and south sections. U.S. Route 211 runs through the gap, connecting New Market in ...

                                               

Brocks Gap

Brocks Gap is a water gap in Rockingham County, Virginia, where the North Fork of the Shenandoah River flows through Little North Mountain. The gap was the proposed site of the never-built Brocks Gap Dam and is traversed by Virginia Route 259.

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