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Located 2.27 km SE of Lawrence Station: Saint James Parish, Charlotte County: Thomas Watt came here from Bermuda about 1854: in 1898 Watt Junction was a station of the Canadian Pacific Railway and a settlement with a population of 30.

Latitude : 45° 25'

Longitude : 67° 10'

County : Charlotte

Parish : Saint James

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CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Lawrence Station 2.27 325° NW
Tryon Settlement 2.6 90° E
Weeks Road 3.9 270° W
Ames Road 3.9 270° W
Dumbarton 4.53 145° SE
Goss's Corner 4.53 145° SE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.