Bells Mine (historical) Topo Map in Crittenden County KY

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Bells Mine (historical) Information

Coordinates: 37.50969°N, -88.02225°W
Approx. Elevation: 364 feet (111 meters)
USGS Map Area: Dekoven
Feature Type: City

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Bells Mine is a ghost town that was named after the Bells Mine Coal Company which operated several coal mines in the area during the 1800s. The land was eventually purchased by the US Forest Service and state of Kentucky as a wildlife preserve.

Bells Mine (historical) is listed in the Cities Category for Crittenden County in the state of Kentucky. Bells Mine (historical) is displayed on the "Dekoven" USGS topo map quad. Anyone who is interested in visiting Bells Mine (historical) can view and print the free topographic map, terrain map, and other maps using the link above. The location, topography, nearby roads and trails around Bells Mine (historical) (City) can be seen in the map layers above. The latitude and longitude coordinates (GPS waypoint) of Bells Mine (historical) are 37.50969 (North), -88.02225 (West) and the approximate elevation is 364 feet (111 meters) above sea level. If you have visited Kentucky's Bells Mine (historical) in Crittenden County before, please share your experience with a comment below.