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Clinchco, Virginia

Summary
Clinchco is a town in Dickenson County, Virginia, United States. The town, formerly known as Moss, was named for both the Clinchfield Railroad and the Clinchfield Coal Corporation. The population was 337 at the 2010 census, down from 424 at the 2000 census. The Clinchco post office was established in 1917. Geography Clinchco is located in north-central Dickenson County at (37.162466, −82.359951). The town is situated in the valley of the McClure River, a northeast-flowing tributary of the Russell Fork, part of the Levisa Fork/Big Sandy River system leading north to the Ohio River. Virginia State Routes 63 and 83 run through the center of town. VA 83 leads northeast (downriver) to Haysi, while VA 63 follows a ridge route that takes to reach Haysi. The two highways run south (upriver) together to Fremont. St. Paul is south of Clinchco via VA 63, and Pound is west via VA 83. According to the United States Census Bureau, Clinchco has a total area of , of which is la
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