Frankfield

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Frankfield
Town
Frankfield is located in Jamaica
Frankfield
Frankfield
Coordinates: 18°08′47″N 77°21′57″W / 18.1463208°N 77.3658246°W / 18.1463208; -77.3658246Coordinates: 18°08′47″N 77°21′57″W / 18.1463208°N 77.3658246°W / 18.1463208; -77.3658246
Country Jamaica
Parish Clarendon
Elevation 276 m (906 ft)
Population .[1]
 • Estimate (2009) 3,323

Frankfield is a town in the parish of Clarendon in central Jamaica. It is located near the top of Jamaica's central ridge of mountains overlooking the south coast. The Rio Minho river runs through the town in a shallow gorge.[2]

Transport[edit]

Road[edit]

Frankfield is on the B4 road which climbs up from Trout Hall in the south, crosses into the town from the south east via a bridge over the Rio Minho, passes through the town's central square and continues north towards Walderston.[2]

Rail[edit]

From 1925 to 1974 Frankfield railway station was the terminus of a 21 mile railway branch line from May Pen.

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