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Andrews Run
Andrews Run (Brokenstraw Creek tributary) is located in Pennsylvania
Andrews Run (Brokenstraw Creek tributary)
Andrews Run (Brokenstraw Creek tributary) is located in the United States
Andrews Run (Brokenstraw Creek tributary)
Location of Andrews Run mouth
Other name(s) Tributary to Brokenstraw Creek
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
County Warren
Physical characteristics
Main source confluence of Birch Springs Run and Rattlesnake Run
about 3 miles south-southeast of Pittsfield, Pennsylvania
1,350 ft (410 m)
River mouth Brokenstraw Creek
Pittsfield, Pennsylvania
1,234 ft (376 m)
Length 3.57 mi (5.75 km)
Basin features
Progression northeast
River system Allegheny River
Basin size 12.78 square miles (33.1 km2)
Tributaries
  • Left:
    Birch Springs Run
  • Right:
    Rattlesnake Run
Bridges Andrews Run Road, Davey Hill Road, Old Garland Road

Andrews Run is a 3.57 mi (5.75 km) long 3rd order tributary to Brokenstraw Creek. It is classed as a cold water fishery by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.

Course

Andrews Run is formed at the confluence of Birch Springs Run and Rattlesnake Run in Warren County, Pennsylvania about 3 miles south-southeast of Pittsfield, Pennsylvania. It then flows northeast to meet Brokenstraw Creek at Pittsfield, Pennsylvania.

Watershed

Andrews Run drains 12.78 square miles (33.1 km2) of the Pennsylvania High Plateau province and is underlaid by the Venango Formation, Corry Sandstone through Riceville Formation and the Shenango through Cuyahoga Group. The watershed receives an average of 43.1 in/year of precipitation and has a wetness index of 389.62. The watershed is about 79% forested.

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