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Notes on the Geography of Oklahoma: Oklahoma's Small Towns: Photo 9

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The main residential avenue of Waurika (Jefferson County), population 2,000. The Union Pacific Railway comes through, and this avenue runs perpendicular to the track, but there's no passenger service, and folks shop at the Wal-Mart in Ardmore, population 25,000 and one county to the east, over on Interstate 35.

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