Cedar Brook

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Cedar Brook
Cedar Brook.JPG
Map of Cedar Brook
Country United States
Basin features
Main source 40°19′50″N 74°27′27″W / 40.33056°N 74.45750°W / 40.33056; -74.45750
River mouth 79 ft (24 m)
40°19′16″N 74°33′29″W / 40.32111°N 74.55806°W / 40.32111; -74.55806Coordinates: 40°19′16″N 74°33′29″W / 40.32111°N 74.55806°W / 40.32111; -74.55806
Progression Cranbury Brook, Millstone River, Raritan River, Atlantic Ocean
River system Raritan River system

Cedar Brook is a tributary of Cranbury Brook in Cranbury, New Jersey, United States.

Course[edit]

Cedar Brook starts at 40°19′50″N 74°27′27″W / 40.33056°N 74.45750°W / 40.33056; -74.45750,[1] near Exit 8A on the New Jersey Turnpike. It flows southwest, crossing Applegarth Road and Prospect Plains Road before crossing the Turnpike. It then crosses Cranbury-South River Road and Route 130 and flows through a swamp area. It then crosses Plainsboro Cranbury Road before draining into Cranbury Brook at 40°19′16″N 74°33′29″W / 40.32111°N 74.55806°W / 40.32111; -74.55806.[1]

Accessibility[edit]

This stream is large and accessible by many of the roads it crosses.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "GNIS Detail - Cedar Brook". USGS. Retrieved 20 July 2010. 

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