Talk:Pilot Rock, Oregon

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Another Pilot Rock[edit]

A geologic feature called "Pilot Rock", used as a landmark in the 19th century and earlier, exists about three miles south of Cherokee, Iowa, near U.S. Route 59. —QuicksilverT @ 10:14, 8 June 2009 (UTC)

Hi, are you referring to the fact that Pilot Rock redirects here? I think that's a bad redirect. A quick search on GNIS reveals a populated place in Iowa named Pilot Rock, as well as a summit with that name, along with 25 other bays, pillars, islands, and summits in several states. I'll turn the redirect into a disambiguation page with the two U.S. populated places. If the geologic feature has incoming links, feel free to add it to the list as Pilot Rock (Iowa). Katr67 (talk) 19:25, 8 June 2009 (UTC)