Patterson Creek facts for kids
Patterson Creek is a 51.2-mile-long (82.4 km) tributary of the North Branch Potomac River in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle, in the United States. It enters the North Branch east of Cumberland, Maryland, with its headwaters located in Grant County, West Virginia. Patterson Creek is the watershed for two-thirds of Mineral County, West Virginia. The creek passes through Lahmansville, Forman, Medley, Williamsport, Burlington, Headsville, Reeses Mill, Champwood, and Fort Ashby.
The creek most likely was named after the local Patterson family. The place at which Patterson Creek joins the North Branch Potomac River was once known as Patterson Depot.
|Rada Road Bridge||Rada Road||2 miles south of Burlington|
|Northwestern Turnpike Bridge||US 50||Burlington|
|Fort Cocke Bridge||Cabin Run Road||Headsville|
|Camp Minco Bridge||Patterson Creek Road||Camp Minco|
|West Virginia Route 46 Bridge||WV 46||Intersection of WV 46 and Patterson Creek Road|
|George Run Road Bridge||George Run||5 miles east of Fort Ashby|
|William E. Shuck Memorial Bridge||WV 28||Fort Ashby|
|Low Water Bridge||Dan's Run Road||Patterson Creek|
|B&O Railroad||B&O Main Line||Patterson Creek|
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