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Located on the North Tay River, 8.49 km SW of Stanley, on the road to Royal Road: Douglas Parish, York County: settled about 1835 and named for the River Tay, which is the longest river in Scotland: PO Tay Settlement 1862-1917: in 1866 it was a farming community with about 34 resident families, including 6 Tomlinson families: in 1871 Tay Settlement and the surrounding district had a population of 300: in 1898 Tay Creek had 1 post office and a population of 150.

Latitude : 46° 14'

Longitude : 66° 49'

County : York

Parish : Douglas

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Boyds Corner 3.71 0° N
North Tay 3.85 270° W
Scotch Glen 3.85 90° E
Tay Falls 3.85 90° E
Limekiln 4.51 35° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.