Babbs Island

Babbs Island is an in , on the between , and , West Virginia. It takes its name from the Babb family of , Ohio which once owned the island from 1804 to 1820—John Babb was the original owner.

Notable Places in the Area

Work of art
The is billed as the "World's Largest Teapot", which measures 14 feet in height by 14 feet in diameter. is situated 2900 feet south of Babbs Island. Photo: Kurtsampsel, Public domain.

University
Kent State University at East Liverpool, also known as simply Kent State East Liverpool, is a satellite campus of , located in , United States. is situated 1¼ miles southwest of Babbs Island.

Library
The in , is a public library located at 219 East Fourth Street. is situated 1¼ miles west of Babbs Island. Photo: Nyttend, Public domain.

Residential area
The building was built in 1924 by industrialist Monroe Patterson as a memorial to his late wife, Mary Patterson. is situated 1¼ miles southwest of Babbs Island. Photo: Nyttend, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Hamlet
is an unincorporated community in , , United States.

is a city in , , . Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Neighborhood
The , located in , was added to the National Register of Historic Places in November 1985. Photo: Nyttend, Public domain.

Babbs Island

Latitude
40.624° or 40° 37' 26.5" north
Longitude
-80.557° or 80° 33' 25.3" west
Elevation
679 feet (207 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 28376087
Geo­Names ID
5280058
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Babbs Island
  • Dutch: Babbs Island
  • Babb's Island

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