Collingwood - Places

Places

Australia
  • Collingwood, Victoria, an inner-city suburb of Melbourne
Canada
  • Collingwood, Calgary, neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta
  • Collingwood, Vancouver, a neighbourhood in southeast Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Collingwood, Nova Scotia
  • Collingwood Corner, Nova Scotia
  • Collingwood, Ontario
England
  • Collingwood, Northumberland
New Zealand
  • Collingwood, New Zealand
    • Collingwood (New Zealand electorate), an electorate based on the locality

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