Section (in Colbert County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Section (GNIS FID: 126522) is a populated place located in Colbert County at latitude 34.7 and longitude -87.476.

The elevation of Section is 574 feet. Section appears on the Town Creek U.S. Geological Survey Map. Colbert County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Bethel, AL (3.9 miles NNE)
Hatton, AL (3.9 miles N)
Whiteoak, AL (4.3 miles SW)
Lennon Hill, AL (4.3 miles NE)
Edmond, AL (4.3 miles S)
Underwood Crossroads, AL (4.9 miles NW)
Fosters Mill, AL (5.6 miles NE)

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