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The timezone in Matthews Ranch (historical) is America/Rankin_Inlet
Sunrise at 07:47 and Sunset at 18:22. It's Dark
Latitude. 29.4047°, Longitude. -103.3069°
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Geographic features & Photographs around Matthews Ranch (historical), in Texas, United States
- a place where ground water flows naturally out of the ground.
- Dripping Spring (0km)
- Onion Spring (3.1km)
- Croton Spring (10.1km)
- Rock House Spring (11.4km)
- Government Spring (11.6km)
- Box Spring (11.9km)
- Cub Spring (11.9km)
- Rough Spring (12.2km)
- Cottonwood Spring (13.6km)
- Indian Spring (13.6km)
- Ash Spring (13.9km)
- Neville Spring (14.4km)
- Gano Springs (14.7km)
- Grapevine Springs (15.2km)
- Grapevine Spring (15.4km)
- Christmas Spring (15.5km)
- Willow Spring (15.9km)
- Quail Spring (16.3km)
- Gano Spring (16.3km)
- Alamo Spring (17.4km)
- Panther Spring (18.2km)
- Paint Gap Hills (3.1km)
- Croton Peak (7.1km)
- Rough Mountain (11.4km)
- Slickrock Mountain (12.1km)
- Whitehouse Mountain (12.5km)
- Sombrero Peak (13km)
- Grapevine Hills (13.4km)
- Sphinx, The (14km)
- Choate Mountain (16.4km)
- Pulliam Peak (16.5km)
- Hannold Hill (16.5km)
- Little Christmas Mountain (16.7km)
- Vernon Bailey Peak (18km)
- Panther Peak (18.1km)
- a small level or nearly level area.
- Onion Flat (6.5km)
- a cylindrical hole, pit, or tunnel drilled or dug down to a depth from which water, oil, or gas can be pumped or brought to the surface.
- Smallpox Well (8.7km)
- a place where aircraft regularly land and take off, with runways, navigational aids, and major facilities for the commercial handling of passengers and cargo.
- Terlingua Ranch Airport (13.6km)
- a site where mineral ores are extracted from the ground by excavating surface pits and subterranean passages.
- Fernandes Mine (17.1km)
- a low place in a ridge, not used for transportation.
- Paint Gap (4.8km)
- a path, track, or route used by pedestrians, animals, or off-road vehicles.
- Grapevine Hills Trail (11.8km)
- building(s) where instruction in one or more branches of knowledge takes place.
- San Vicente School (17.6km)
- a high, steep to perpendicular slope overlooking a waterbody or lower area.
- Pulliam Bluff (15.5km)
- an artificial pond or lake.
- Christmas Wells Tank (17.7km)