ⓘ Wheatcroft, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Wheatcroft, Kentucky

Wheatcroft was named for Irving Horace Wheatcroft, an Englishman, who in 1899 laid out and founded the city on land acquired from Elijah Cullen. He opened one or more area coal mines, and built the Kentucky Western Railway from nearby Blackford to Dixon. The Wheatcroft post office was established on September 10, 1900, with A.S. Logsdon as postmaster. The city incorporated in 1902.

                                     
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  • south of Clay to KY 109 west of Wheatcroft The entire route is in Webster County. Official DMI Route Log Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved
  • of the line was then abandoned in 2010 and removed from Providence to Wheatcroft and the surrounding mines. Edward A. Lewis, American Shortline Railway
  • concentrated around the intersection of Kentucky Route 109 and Kentucky Route 132, northwest of Providence. The city of Wheatcroft lies just to the west along KY
  • highway reaches its northern terminus at KY 109 east of the city of Wheatcroft Kentucky Route 494 is a 2.218 - mile - long 3.570 km supplemental road in eastern
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  • Kentucky is a state located in the Southern United States. It has 419 active cities. Since January 1, 2015, Kentucky cities have been divided into two
  • Kentucky Route 109 KY 109 is an 90.309 - mile - long 145.338 km north south state highway that traverses four counties in Kentucky s Pennyrile region.
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