ⓘ Paoli, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Paoli, Oklahoma

Paoli is a town in Garvin County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 610 at the 2010 census. It was named after Paoli, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community near Philadelphia, from which many of the railroad workers who built the town came.

                                     
  • States Paoli Colorado, town Paoli Georgia, unincorporated community Paoli Indiana, town Paoli Township, Orange County, Indiana Paoli Oklahoma town
  • miles 4.63 km highway in Garvin County, Oklahoma It connects Interstate 35 at its west end to US - 77 in Paoli at its east end. It does not have any spur
  • several Oklahoma communities between Fort Worth and Oklahoma City that were named or renamed for PRR Main Line stations between Philadelphia and Paoli by the
  • U.S. Highway 77 US - 77 in Oklahoma is a 267.21 - mile - long 430.03 km U.S. Highway in the U.S. state of Oklahoma It travels from south to north, paralleling
  • Lexington is a city in Cleveland County, Oklahoma United States. The city population was 2, 152 at the 2010 census. Lexington is located in southern Cleveland
  • Interstate 35 I - 35 in the U.S. state of Oklahoma runs from the Red River at the Texas border to the Kansas line near Braman, for a length of 236 miles
  • Purcell is a city in and the county seat of McClain County, Oklahoma United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 5, 884. Founded in 1887
  • Pennsylvania who adopted town names from the railways there, including Wayne, Paoli Ardmore, and Wynnewood. Wayne is named for Mad Anthony Wayne a United States
  • Southern Plains Villagers may be in what is called the Paoli phase, located around the Oklahoma town of Paoli and the Washita River Valley and the nearby South
  • Sacramento, California as part of the staff of Calvary Temple and Paoli Oklahoma The group sang on California radio stations KFOX - KBGR - KBIG in
  • Oklahoma has a large network of numbered highways maintained by the state. These roads fall into one of three categories: Interstate Highways, U.S. Highways