Earlys Crossroads (in Darlington County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Earlys Crossroads (GNIS FID: 1247593) is a populated place located in Darlington County at latitude 34.3 and longitude -79.974.

The elevation of Earlys Crossroads is 180 feet. Earlys Crossroads appears on the Darlington West U.S. Geological Survey Map. Darlington County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Darlington, SC (5.6 miles E)
Hartsville, SC (7.6 miles NW)
Lydia, SC (8 miles W)
North Hartsville, SC (8.4 miles NW)
Lamar, SC (10.4 miles SSW)
Timmonsville, SC (11.6 miles S)
Florence, SC (14.1 miles ESE)
Quinby, SC (14.4 miles ESE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Wineberg Crossroads, SC (1.4 miles S)
Lewis Crossroads, SC (1.9 miles N)
Iseman Crossroads, SC (2.4 miles SSE)
Polson Crossroads, SC (2.7 miles W)
Lunn, SC (2.7 miles N)
Dubose Crossroads, SC (3.1 miles S)
Tremont, SC (3.4 miles WNW)
Flinns Crossroads, SC (4.1 miles WNW)

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