North Alabama Junction (in Tuscaloosa County, AL) Populated Place Profile


North Alabama Junction (GNIS FID: 156801) is a populated place located in Tuscaloosa County at latitude 33.282 and longitude -87.286.

The elevation of North Alabama Junction is 623 feet. North Alabama Junction appears on the Brookwood U.S. Geological Survey Map. Tuscaloosa County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Brookwood, AL (2.7 miles SW)
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Lake View, AL (8.5 miles E)
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Woodstock, AL (9.5 miles ESE)
Cottondale, AL (11.5 miles WSW)
Holt, AL (11.9 miles WSW)
North Johns, AL (12.1 miles ENE)
West Blocton, AL (14.7 miles SE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

East Brookwood, AL (< 0.1 mile)
Klondike, AL (1.4 miles SW)
Howton, AL (3.6 miles WSW)
Searles, AL (3.6 miles NW)
Kellerman, AL (4.1 miles NNW)
Pattersontown, AL (4.1 miles ENE)
Burchfield, AL (4.3 miles N)
Abernant, AL (5.1 miles E)
Yolande, AL (5.6 miles ENE)
Fleetwood, AL (7.5 miles WSW)

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