Pine Orchard (in Morgan County, TN) Populated Place Profile

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Pine Orchard (GNIS FID: 1315714) is a populated place located within the Commissioner District 2, a minor civil division (MCD) of Morgan County.

The elevation of Pine Orchard is 1,375 feet. Pine Orchard appears on the Cardiff U.S. Geological Survey Map. Morgan County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Kingston, TN (10.1 miles SE)
Crab Orchard, TN (13.2 miles WSW)
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Cardiff, TN (5.5 miles SSE)
College Grove, TN (5.6 miles SSE)
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South Harriman, TN (6 miles ESE)

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