Mount Holly Fire Statioin in Beaver County UT


Mount Holly Fire Statioin - Cultural Feature (Building) in Beaver County

Mount Holly Fire Statioin is a cultural feature (building) in Beaver County. The primary coordinates for Mount Holly Fire Statioin places it within the UT 84713 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Mount Holly Fire Statioin - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Mount Holly Fire Statioin
Category: Utah physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Cultural
Class: Building
County: Beaver County
Latitude: 38.3222074
Longitude: -112.3833004
GNIS ID: 2768467
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Junction, UT (10.6 miles ESE)
Circleville, UT (12.1 miles SSE)
Marysvale, UT (12.1 miles NE)
Kingston, UT (13.2 miles SE)
Beaver, UT (14.4 miles WSW)

Other Small Populated Places

Bullion Falls, UT (6.6 miles NNE)
Alunite, UT (8.4 miles ENE)
North Creek, UT (10.6 miles W)
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Upper Kimberly, UT (11.3 miles N)

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