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West Prong Glens Fork is name for mystery creek photo

Mike Keltner writes:
The name of the stream crossing T Bradshaw is West Prong Glens Fork. Also Loy Branch feeds into West Prong before it feeds into Glens Fork Creek. - Mike Keltner
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Scenic Adair Co., KY: West Prong of Glens Fork Creek

2014-10-01 - Third District, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Pretty without any water and, so far without a name we can learn. There are just a few pools of water in the steam, and a little most, and lots of flat rock. So far, going to the very highest District and County Road Department levels, we haven't be able to find a name for it. This is at it's crossing on T. Bradshaw Road. The stream rises on the Burbridge Farm on Yellowhammer and flows into Glens Fork Creek after passing through the Calvin Aaron farm Old Glens Fork Road, and the Henry Garnett place. If anyone knows either a proper or official name, just give a call 270-250-2730 or use the Comments button with this photo. - EW. Clicking Read More accesses Mike Keltner's research identifying the Creek as West Prong of Glens Fork Creek, and details on another tributary
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