Brush Creek (Wills Creek)


Brush Creek (Wills Creek)

Brush Creek is a tributary of Wills Creek in Pennsylvania in the United States.

Brush Creek drains a piece of the Allegheny Plateau in Somerset County, and enters Wills Creek just above the Railroad Cut Falls at Fairhope.

ee also

*List of Pennsylvania rivers

References

*Gertler, Edward. "Keystone Canoeing", Seneca Press, 2004. ISBN 0-9749692-0-6


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