Dirty George Creek and Doughspoon Aqueduct is a cultural feature (canal) in Delta County. Dirty George Creek and Doughspoon Aqueduct is located within the Cedaredge CCD at latitute 38.8889 and longitude -108.0715. The primairy coordinates for Dirty George Creek and Doughspoon Aqueduct places it within the ZIP Code 81418 delivery area.
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|Feature Name:||Dirty George Creek and Doughspoon Aqueduct|
|Category:||Colorado physical, cultural and historic features|
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