Wallins Creek, Kentucky
Wallins Creek is a Harlan county town on the Cumberland River at Wallins Creek about five miles west of Harlan. It was named for an early surveyor.
Wallins Creek was incorporated by 1925 and was dissolved in 2016.
The Wallins Creek post office opened in 1866.
The population in 2010 was 156.
South Wallins is a community just south of the town of Wallins Creek. The population of the South Wallins census designated place in 2010 was 859.
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