Bowman Creek is a 26.4-mile-long (42.5 km) tributary of the Susquehanna River in northeast Pennsylvania in the United States.
Bowman Creek joins the Susquehanna River just downstream of the borough of Tunkhannock.
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... was changed to the modern-day PA 309 alignment from Wilkes-Barre to Bowman Creek and modern-day PA 29 to Tunkhannock ... decommissioned in 1968 and was replaced by PA 309 south of Bowman Creek and by PA 29 from Bowman Creek to Tunkhannock ...
... Ricketts sold 13,000 acres (5,300 ha) along Bowman Creek, including the easternmost parts of the park, to Albert Lewis in 1876 Lewis hoped to build a branch line of the Lehigh ... built a sawmill and lumber town named Ricketts on Mehoopany Creek ... Rail lines were built to the mills at Ricketts, including the Bowman Creek branch of the Lehigh Valley Railroad which opened in 1983, and also provided passenger ...
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