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Corwin, Henry County,
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Corwin was a small settlement in Henry County, Indiana, United States. Established in the mid 19th century, the site was little more than a station along the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railway and never saw significant development. Though the railroad (now operated as the Connersville and New Castle Railroad) still persists, no other trace of Corwin remains.
Corwin is located at 39°53′16″N 085°18′07″W / 39.88778°N 85.30194°W (39.887840, -85.301810) at an elevation of approximately 1100 feet, and is in Liberty Township.
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