Brunson Crossroads (in Edgefield County, SC) Populated Place Profile


Brunson Crossroads (GNIS FID: 1247031) is a populated place located in Edgefield County at latitude 33.832 and longitude -82.053.

The elevation of Brunson Crossroads is 423 feet. Brunson Crossroads appears on the Red Hill U.S. Geological Survey Map. Edgefield County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Edgefield, SC (7.7 miles ESE)
Parksville, SC (10.1 miles WSW)
Modoc, SC (11.1 miles SW)
Plum Branch, SC (11.9 miles W)
Clarks Hill, SC (13.1 miles SSW)
Trenton, SC (13.7 miles ESE)
Johnston, SC (14.5 miles E)
McCormick, SC (14.9 miles WNW)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Cleora, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Johnson Crossroads, SC (4.1 miles S)
Antioch, SC (4.5 miles SSE)
Limestone, SC (5.1 miles NNE)
West Store Crossroads, SC (5.3 miles S)
Millers Crossroads, SC (6.7 miles SSW)
Pleasant Lane, SC (6.8 miles NNE)
Sullivan Crossroads, SC (7.1 miles NNW)

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