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Wayland, Kentucky
Wayland, Kentucky

Wayland is a Floyd county city along the Right Fork of Beaver Creek about 20 miles south of Prestonsburg. It was established in 1913 by the Elk Horn Coal Company and named for Clarence Wayland, U.S. Senator and coal company executive.

Wayland was incorporated in 1914.

The Wayland post office opened in 1914.

The population in 2020 was 410.


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